Jihanna tells me that last year in her home in downtown Sacramento, she encountered the paranormal phenomenon the Black-Eyed Boys. She remembers that in June 2009, she saw a tall skinny kid with a baseball cap on, dirty white t-shirt, blue jeans and tennis shoes standing with a short stocky boy wearing a flannel red shirt, blue jeans and tennis shoes standing out on her driveway. They kept looking towards her kitchen window and she thought it was quite odd, because their faces seemed to be blurry. No matter how hard she tried, she could not recognize their faces. Every part of their bodies were crystal clear, but when she looked at their faces, their faces were completely indistinguishable.
Originally posted by LurkerMan
she should have approached them.
why did she not appraoch them? i would have, specially when they were standing in front of my driveway.
im not saying she had to run at them with a bat, but walking up and asking if they need help or maybe what time it is, would have left her with more answers.
The boys stood on her driveway for up to two hours and still looking towards the kitchen _ Finally she had enough and went outside to confront the boys. When she confronted the boys, she noticed that they had no white in their eyes. Their eyes were completely black. Cold chills ran down the back of her spine. Somehow she mustered up enough courage to ask them why they were standing in her driveway. The boys simply said…”we are sorry, we are just hungry, can we come in for a bite to eat?” She told them no. They kept asking if they could come in, Jihanna ran back to the house and locked the door, she was terrified.
Jihanna says in her own words:
"For a period of three days straight, they kept showing up on my driveway. Enough was enough and I called the police. When the police came they were no where in sight.
Originally posted by Sam Vimes
reply to post by Lady_Tuatha
Is that a foto of you in your avatar? If it is, you can hardly blame the guy for trying....
Originally posted by Lady_Tuatha
Not to take this thread off topic but somthing someone said above about asking for the time just reminded me off a man who keeps approaching me randomly in my city and every single time he asks me 'excuse me do you have the time?' I dont wear a watch, an he freaks me out so i always just say 'sorry, no i dont' unless i have my phone handy then i tell him. Its really weird, he's in his late 40s or 50's and has been asking me for years on average about once a month. Noone i know knows him or has had the same experience with him. Weirdo should buy a watch.