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My son (16) came home frightened!! Black eyed non-human?

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posted on Jan, 8 2014 @ 09:31 PM
Did they look like this?

posted on Jan, 8 2014 @ 10:07 PM
My daughter's friend was wearing black contacts one day. Completely blacked out her eyes. Was the creepiest thing I'd ever seen. If I hadn't know the child (and half expected this type of stuff from her), I would've been way more creeped out than I was.

I don't ever want to see this with someone I don't know. It would scare me to death.

Like they say... the eyes are the window to the soul. If the eyes are completely black, the soul seems to not be there at all.
edit on 8-1-2014 by tinker9917 because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 8 2014 @ 10:08 PM
reply to post by MamaJ

I wish you were my mom/dad.

posted on Jan, 8 2014 @ 10:42 PM
reply to post by MamaJ

First of all...I'm thinking of your family and especially your son in prayer and am sending good, protective thoughts your way. I recognize you from my ATS lurking place...the EQ threads.

I am so very tired, and I could only read to page four...(will read rest tomorrow) but after my initial scare for your son (I have a 16 yo son as well) my gut reaction was "call WalMart." Does he have his receipt? It will be time stamped w/ the day, time, lane, cashier. It will ALSO allow the Walmart security people to ISOLATE the video on THAT transaction. Trust me it is THERE.

A previous job of mine required me to go into the cash office/security camera area of WalMarts. It is like Mission Control at NASA. And they roll video tape and keep it (not sure for how long...but I would expect tonight's transactions to still be available tomorrow.

Your son and his friends are MINORS. If this "person" was trying to intimidate them they SHOULD be investigated as to their activities in the rest of the store during their visit. Trust me...major big box retailers go the extra mile for customer safety (and quite frankly to disprove customer fraud...from slip and falls to customers tampering w/goods).

Please call, ask for the manager, have the receipt handy (again VITAL info is on it). If something is "found" Maybe LEO involvement is required.

Hoping you have a calmer night...and your son (and his buddies) were RIGHT to trust their instincts.

Blessings, Glinda.

posted on Jan, 8 2014 @ 10:51 PM
reply to post by MamaJ

I'd say let the "Being" face ME.

posted on Jan, 8 2014 @ 10:55 PM
reply to post by MamaJ

Man that # gave me the chills hahah....well I have never really heard of anything like this..but if its true it makes me angry....makes me want to go to war with these #ers!

posted on Jan, 8 2014 @ 11:13 PM

Possibilities are endless and the fact is it may be nothing to it.

Sorry, Mom,

That just does NOT cut it, for me.

Given all you've written, I trust your son's intuition and sense of the individual GREATLY.

You noted that he's not the type to jump to such conclusions or be into unnecessary drama etc.


He was greatly shaken . . . and not over something minor.

I believe he tuned into what was really going on in that situation. I think he needs affirmed for his sensitivity and courage as well as his candor in reporting about it.

I think the suggestion above to go to Walmart and get the manager to review that part of the video record is an important step to take.

At least, please affirm your son's sense of reality in that situation. Please.

He doesn't come to such conclusions easily, from all you've written about him.


posted on Jan, 8 2014 @ 11:16 PM
all of you still saying they were contacts or tatts need to learn to read, OP's son clearly stated that the eyes didn't reflect light.

posted on Jan, 8 2014 @ 11:27 PM
There are many many YouTube videos and documentaries on "Black-Eyed Kids" there. You really should watch a few of them and learn the why, the hows, and how they act what they appear to want etc.

As a parent, you should at least do that. You could be watching and learned right now. And a lot of articles are out there on the subject. Just GOOLE "BLACK EYED KIDS".

Start with YouTube. Please? Ok?
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posted on Jan, 8 2014 @ 11:42 PM
reply to post by Thunderheart

Many people's eyes dry out from contacts.

posted on Jan, 9 2014 @ 12:09 AM

reply to post by Thunderheart

Many people's eyes dry out from contacts.

But they still reflect light and objects. If they were dried out that much this person would have been rubbing his eyes a lot and maybe taking out the contacts. I wear contacts myself so I know
I have the type you can keep in when you sleep, but they still dry out and become very abrasive in the eyes. They would become unbearable long before they stopped reflecting anything.

Just my observation, I could be wrong.

posted on Jan, 9 2014 @ 12:23 AM
I learned something a long time ago, and this has to do with "feeling" things like someone looking at you. Most people rarely, if ever, get that feeling. But when it does happen, there is usually a good reason for it. Sure, electromagnetic fields could theoretically cause it, but in my personal experience there is a difference in the sensations, and the EMF's are not usually something one feels out in the open, among other people. That will usually happen around unshielded power boxes, and other high-voltage equipment.

My point is that if you get a strong feeling of being watched, and that is not something you experience very often, or at all, then you should pay attention. I can still remember the feeling I got when I had my first paranormal encounter, and the feeling came before I knew there was an entity standing behind and above me. So I was either able to feel that it wasn't human, or could feel it watching me; probably the latter, but I'm not certain.

There is a reason that snipers, at least at one point, were trained not to actually stare at a target through their scope, as it was known that many humans can perceive this, and I would consider that a form of "telepathy," considering science tells us there is absolutely zero physical connection between the watcher and the watched.

I have only read about what you describe in this thread, and honestly I never really knew what to make of it. I am under the impression that this is a relatively new phenomenon, which gives me a first impression that the idea of BEK's is an invention of our modern culture and society. But, knowing there are "entities" out there that are definitely not human, I cannot rule out the possibility that there is some connected group of non-human entities that is applying some new tactic. But maybe it isn't new, but surely there would have to be accounts throughout history if it were an old phenomenon.

I know that the explanation of non-human entities sounds crazy or impossible, but I assure you that I am a very logical and right-minded individual, and the only reason I believe in a couple of "weird" things is because I've had firsthand experiences with those things. And I am absolutely certain, having others there to witness some of these events, that they were not internally generated, but were external products-- some outside influence.

Isn't it strange how a person can completely disbelieve in something, yet when something happens to them or someone they trust, they suddenly begin to actually listen to what other people are saying. I am not referring to you, OP, since you were not a naysayer. Naysayers are not skeptics in my opinion. A true skeptic is willing to take all evidence seriously, and considering that when there are hundreds or thousands of reports on some phenomenon, that is serious evidence. So a true skeptic will NEVER say that some phenomenon is impossible when they are faced with such mountainous eyewitness testimony; rather, they will say that while they do not believe such a phenomena is occurring, they cannot be certain that it is not. They leave room for the possibility, while a naysayer will adamantly deny the existence of something, regardless of the evidence in front of them.

And I am not talking about definitive evidence that proves something 100% Even circumstantial evidence, in a large enough quantity, should be enough for any rational person to leave room for the possibility of some thing existing. People have been sent to prison for life, and even executed, on the same kind of evidence. Why is it that we trust eyewitness evidence, even from just one or two people, for a verdict so important as that of death or life in prison, yet when it comes to things like the paranormal, despite all the eyewitness accounts stating the affirmative, there are people who still claim GHOSTS AREN'T REAL...? Really?

posted on Jan, 9 2014 @ 12:57 AM
I had never heard of BEK's before this thread. Guess I have some homework to do!

It looks like a lot more people will be chiming in with more stories, now that they have BE contacts!

That would be just as scary as the real deal, for me!

posted on Jan, 9 2014 @ 01:59 AM
reply to post by JiggyPotamus

There is a science behind some of the feelings we get from someone watching us.
I've read not so long ago that scientists had proved that our brain picks up someone looking directly at us, but only where we can see them. Think of when you tried looking away from your teachers to not draw their attention.

posted on Jan, 9 2014 @ 03:49 AM
reply to post by MamaJ

My adult daughter is very intuitive and sensitive, and has had a history of ''attracting'' entities or energies (ghosts), especially when she's in a bad place emotionally. Also she is a performer and those kinds of people (open and sensitive) often attract unusual ''things''. A year ago or so she was in a very dark place emotionally and didnt feel like herself. Strange things were happening, and even to people she interacted with. For example anyone and everyone she interacted with in this period would have some mishap, lose keys, their car and electronics would stop running, etc.

She was on her way to her usual yoga class where she's a regular (is a long time Bikram practitioner), in Brooklyn, she noticed people avoiding her and looking strangely at her as she went on her way, she rode the subway and walked to the class (she's a very attractive young woman and this would not be the norm for her, people looking askance at her) and she found people getting up and moving their mats away from her, even though space was a premium. She was really taken aback by all this but when she started doing a pose and saw her reflection in the mirror...her eyes were dead black just as others described, no shine, not normal, just black! And she has light blue eyes! She was freaking people out, thats why they moved away.

It was gone later in the day, but she didn't know what to make of it. But reading your story I am wondering if this being was looking for a 'place' like a hermit crab looks for a shell? I dont know what they are or if its all really true -- but my story really happened. My daughter despite her sensitivity, has a good head on her shoulders. When she told me what happened I immediately had her do a cleansing ritual and got my sensitive friends to join me in praying and sending blessings. The phenomenon went away and hasnt returned. There is a lot more life in the multiverse than we can even imagine. All kinds of things. I often think the space around us is thick with life forms (and semi life forms) though we can't usually see or feel it.

posted on Jan, 9 2014 @ 04:08 AM
reply to post by begeegrace

And Mama J to follow up -- I suspect strongly that your son is a gifted 'sensitive' of some sort. They need good protection around them but also to learn to use their gifts. If they are accepted and developed, it can really help with navigating through life and avoiding trouble and having good timing, not to mention the more esoteric stuff (''knowing'' things etc). Also just in general, the prime population group that attracts 'unusual energies' to put it euphemistically, are teenagers. Also anyone else who works with high emotion. Intense emotion really attracts them, especially fear, or just charged up excitement (thats why theaters and sporting arenas are so haunted, and why Hollywood and its environs is one of the most haunted places in the world. All that excitement, and terrible disappointment, of the millions who have gone there seeking something, and mostly to meet with rejection, then the dark characters who are there preying on the hopeful. It's a vortex I do not enjoy. There are parts of LA that feel like the atmosphere is as thick as concrete, and where I can't stand being (I can feel things too). But there are lots of good techniques for dealing with these things, for protecting oneself and also sometimes ''helping'' the disembodied if they want the help. But I wouldnt interact with anything that looked as your son described.

posted on Jan, 9 2014 @ 04:45 AM
reply to post by MamaJ

I'd hate to think this has seriously affected your Son...the poor kid sounds like he was petrified.

That wss kind of the whole idea's what i mean;

Go and have a look at this site, get your Son to have a look should put his mind at rest.

This is what he saw i'll bet...


These are contact lenses designed to cover the entire eye, and they come in all designs and colours.

Pretty freaky if you don't know about them.

Edit to say..just noticed umpteen people have said the same thing so NM.

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posted on Jan, 9 2014 @ 04:56 AM
imho . . .

from my perspective as a psychologist as well as my perspective as a Christian:

1. Lenses, tattoos, etc. are an inadequate explanation.

2. They could foster A MEASURE of the sense of foreboding and stark evil. I do NOT believe that they could foster, sponsor, support THE DEGREE of the sense of evil the son experienced, perceived, felt.

3. I believe that THAT level of evil fostering THAT degree of sensation, perception etc. MUST have had a spiritual/supernatural element to it.

4. I realize that ATS is addicted, typically, to naysaying anything supernatural . . . to trashing any such notions by a long list of postulations of about any other REMOTELY POSSIBLE explanation.

5. USUALLY, SUCH GROPING rationalizations, explanations are so farfetched that Ocham's razor kicks in strictly on the side of the supernatural explanation as the simplest. Maybe the lenses are not so far fetched--EXCEPT when one factors in THE DEGREE of INTENSE sensation of evil.

6. I do not believe the boy would still be troubled or able to tap into that memory so emotionally over mere lenses.


posted on Jan, 9 2014 @ 05:02 AM
reply to post by BO XIAN

And you're a psychologist?

2. They could foster A MEASURE of the sense of foreboding and stark evil. I do NOT believe that they could foster, sponsor, support THE DEGREE of the sense of evil the son experienced, perceived, felt.

If you're a good psychologist and you understand what you're doing, you'll know beyond doubt that the mind can ramp up fear and panic exponentially. What starts out as a freaky feeling can and often does turn into blind panic if the stimulus is constant and increasingly surreal.

Blimey mate...why are you desparately trying to make a link where there isn't one?

Be a Christian by all means, but don't grab at straws in a cynical attempt to justify your religious position...if you're an 'honest' psychologist, you ought to immediately recognise that is indeed what you're doing.

It IS debatable the guy wearing the lenses was a nasty bit of work in his desire to actuvely frighten or freak people out but that is hardly demonic...naughty and stupid perhaps.

posted on Jan, 9 2014 @ 05:06 AM
reply to post by MysterX

Sounds like your assumptions are taking great leaps and bounds away from the evidence.

Sure one can escalate feelings to panic etc. etc.

Sorry, but it did NOT READ that way to me. The narrative the mother wrote did NOT sound at all like that, to me.

And . . . given the givens . . . I'm going to trust my 3+ decades of experience in assessing such narratives over that of a lot of other people.

It appears to me that your cosmology is resulting in your biases greatly distorting the evidence to conform to your cosmology rather than adjust your understanding to fit the facts.

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