Encounters with Black-Eyed People

There's something more than just odd about these black-eyed people. Those who have encountered them sense an air of evil, of malevolence. Doubters say they are just posers with black-tinted contact lenses, but people who have met them face-to-face say that their strangeness goes much deeper. The feeling is of darkness, demonic... not human. Oh, and never let them in your house if they come knocking. Here are some true stories.

"She knocked on our door three or four times. Sleeping nearest the window, I opened the curtain and looked at the girl. Her eyes were wild and all black...." More »

"I stuck my head out and looked both left and right. I wish I didn't. A little longer down the hallway stood a little girl, wearing a silky nightdress, with her hair in front of her face...." More »

"As I approached the door to look through the peephole, I was extremely surprised to see two young kids standing there. At this point, my uneasiness turned into dread...." More »

A realtor is unnerved by the black-eyed 17-year-old who comes to her door seeking an apartment. More »

"The next thing made me jump out of the bed. It sounded like someone was trying to force entry into my flat...." More »

A creepy black-eyed woman asks to be let in. More »

Black-Eyed Man in Kansas Walmart

Here is yet another sighting of a black-eyed person in a Walmart; this one walked funny, too.

A marine's instincts go on the alert in an encounter with black-eyed children. More »

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Wagner, Stephen. "Encounters with Black-Eyed People." ThoughtCo, Jun. 20, 2017, thoughtco.com/encounters-with-black-eyed-people-2593876. Wagner, Stephen. (2017, June 20). Encounters with Black-Eyed People. Retrieved from https://www.thoughtco.com/encounters-with-black-eyed-people-2593876 Wagner, Stephen. "Encounters with Black-Eyed People." ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/encounters-with-black-eyed-people-2593876 (accessed November 18, 2017).