WEFOUNDBlack-Eyed Kids #6


With coal-black eyes and unnerving mannerisms, black-eyed kids (BEKs) are believed to be some of the most dangerous spirits in existence by those who’ve encountered them.

Sightings often occur in deserted areas – abandoned parking lots, quiet woodland… but some have answered a knock on their door only to find one of these creepy youngsters stood on the threshold of their property.

In most cases, the adult can’t quite put their finger on what’s unsettling them about the child – until they notice the kid’s pure-black eyes.

The term Black-Eyed Children, or Black-Eyed Kids (BEKs), is defined by Wikipedia as “ supposed paranormal creatures that resemble children, between the ages of 6 and 16, with pale skin and black eyes. ”  The most haunting detail in all of the narratives featuring Black-Eyed Children is their aberrant black eyes- not bruised eyelids or dilated pupils, but eyes which are “ pure black , from lid to lid.”

The term Black-Eyed Kids was popularized in the late 1990’s by a reporter from Texas, named Brian Bethel , in a “ghost-related mailing list.”  While sitting in his vehicle writing a check for his cable bill in the parking lot, Brian was approached by two boys wearing hoodies and described as being between 10-14 years old.

The boys said they wanted to see a movie at the nearby $1.50 theater, but had forgotten their money, and needed a quick ride back to their home so they wouldn’t miss the flick.

With coal-black eyes and unnerving mannerisms, black-eyed kids (BEKs) are believed to be some of the most dangerous spirits in existence by those who’ve encountered them.

Sightings often occur in deserted areas – abandoned parking lots, quiet woodland… but some have answered a knock on their door only to find one of these creepy youngsters stood on the threshold of their property.

In most cases, the adult can’t quite put their finger on what’s unsettling them about the child – until they notice the kid’s pure-black eyes.

With coal-black eyes and unnerving mannerisms, black-eyed kids (BEKs) are believed to be some of the most dangerous spirits in existence by those who’ve encountered them.

Sightings often occur in deserted areas – abandoned parking lots, quiet woodland… but some have answered a knock on their door only to find one of these creepy youngsters stood on the threshold of their property.

In most cases, the adult can’t quite put their finger on what’s unsettling them about the child – until they notice the kid’s pure-black eyes.

The term Black-Eyed Children, or Black-Eyed Kids (BEKs), is defined by Wikipedia as “ supposed paranormal creatures that resemble children, between the ages of 6 and 16, with pale skin and black eyes. ”  The most haunting detail in all of the narratives featuring Black-Eyed Children is their aberrant black eyes- not bruised eyelids or dilated pupils, but eyes which are “ pure black , from lid to lid.”

The term Black-Eyed Kids was popularized in the late 1990’s by a reporter from Texas, named Brian Bethel , in a “ghost-related mailing list.”  While sitting in his vehicle writing a check for his cable bill in the parking lot, Brian was approached by two boys wearing hoodies and described as being between 10-14 years old.

The boys said they wanted to see a movie at the nearby $1.50 theater, but had forgotten their money, and needed a quick ride back to their home so they wouldn’t miss the flick.

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