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a reply to: PrinceJohnson
I didn't really like my grandpa that much. He was very cold when he was around me, and made me feel funny inside.
On November 21, 1963, my mother was 12. It was early evening and she and her 4 siblings were horsing around in a bedroom. She was jumping up and down on a bed. She started chanting "The president is dead, the President is dead." My grandmother, being a stern and old fashioned woman, took a belt to my mother. John Kennedy was dead about 16 hours later. 2 of the children closest to her age, my uncle Harry and my aunt Candy remember this clearly.
originally posted by: boymonkey74
Oddly enough I only watched this the other day.
Creepy If true. (Some are more apt then others).
Many children hear voices or have visions.
One UK study found that almost two-thirds of children reported having at least one “psychotic-like experience” in their lives, a category that also includes unshiftable and unrealistic beliefs and fears. When focusing purely on hallucinations, a review of research found that 17% of 9-12-year-olds have these experiences at any one time. The number roughly halves in teenagers and drops again in adults.