The Black Eyed Children

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Let’s Talk-The Black Eyed Children

Hey, guys! My name is Dice Rollen & today we’re going to be talking about something that a lot of people consider an urban legend. And that is beings that have been called The Black Eyed Children for a very obvious reason. While stories of these creatures vary a bit, in every tale of them it’s made very clear that they had completely black eyes.

They tend to range in age, anywhere from 6 to 16 years old in most cases. An interesting thing about the Black Eyed Children is that their origins are very difficult to trace. But the first decently known mention of them was a post in a paranormal mailing list by Brian Bethel in the mid-90s. Specifically in Texas, where he says he was preparing to pay his internet bill in his car when he was approached by two boys. The boys attempted to convince Bethel to give them a ride, however eventually he noticed that both of them had black eyes. Bethel left the area as quickly as he could, but not before one of the boys banged on his window & said ‘We can’t come in unless you tell us it’s okay. Let us in!’ On his way out Bethel noticed that both boys had disappeared without a trace.

It wasn’t until 2013 when the whole concept of these supernatural children exploded across the internet. That could have been because of a short video that was shared on MSN. As well as an urban legend inspired horror movie called Black Eyed Kids.

A lot of stories involving the Black Eyed Children tend to involve a couple kids showing up at night when people are most likely to be caught off guard. They could ring your doorbell in the middle of the night asking to be let in so they can use the bathroom or the phone. In any case it’s never a good idea to allow them access inside where you’re safe from them & whatever plans they have for you. It also seems that people who say they’ve had an encounter with them don’t notice their eyes at first. This could very well be apart of some kind of hypnosis the children are capable of using to get what they want & prevent people from listening to the fear in the back of their minds.

Now comes the question of, are the Black Eyed Children real? As with most cases like this we tend to question whether or not this is all just some hoax. In my opinion this seems kind of similar to the whole Killer Clown situation in that if some teens came across a story about these creatures they could very well want to prank some unsuspecting person one night. If you stop & think about it, it could be done with extreme ease. All you would have to do is use a little make up to look paler, get some black contact lenses & act like a creepy little shit around some one who’s by themselves.

I don’t know about you, but my immediate reaction to something like that would be to grab some holy water & drench the kids.

Whether you believe in these Black Eyed Children or not. Think they’re demons or aliens. Just keep in mind that it’s extremely easy for someone to make it real for a short while. I myself couldn’t find any clear & solid evidence on whether or not they’re real. But that doesn’t mean they’re not.
Whatever the case may turnout to be I wouldn’t advise letting creepy children into your car or house. Especially in the middle of the night.

I hope you enjoyed this video, if you did give it a like to let me know. And don’t forget to leave a comment down below telling me what you think about this urban legend & if you’ve had any Black Eyed Children encounters. Also don’t forget to share this video to help the channel grow & subscribe for more videos like this.
See ya later!

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