ByJess O'Kane, writer at Creators.co
Big in Japan
Jess O'Kane

There's nothing creepier in horror movies than scary kids. But no one expects their own child to be frightening.

When left to their own devices, kids often produce things that make us question everything we thought we knew about them.

This anonymous story has been floating around the internet for a while but surfaced recently over at Ebaum's World. And it will make you want to sleep with the light on. If you thought children were oblivious to the world, think again.

Take a deep breath and scroll through this terrifying tale of a sweet child and her demented imaginary friend.

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Meet Lisa

Nothing weird here right? All kids have imaginary friends. It might be a bit strange that this one is bleeding from its eye sockets, but maybe she just went overboard with the crayola.

They try to plant something

Okay...her imaginary friend's imaginary dad's sleeping in the sandbox. Nothing to see here. Happens all the time.

Lisa goes to school

Hiding the chuckboard eraser...okay, phew, I thought she was going to decapitate Mrs. Monroe or something.

Happy neglectful birthday!

This is legitimately sad. Especially if your only friend is a bloodied girl holding a barbie like a voodoo doll.

Snack time

Okay this is good, right? Snacks!

Daddy gets mad

Spoke too soon.

Pudding is my favorite

Maybe this will be the end? Please let it end here.

Missing Lisa

Be angry at your husband. Distract from the fact that your child is holding hands with a demon.

You are my best friend

Oh god, is Lisa coming back? IS SHE COMING BACK?

They're sleeping too

I...what. What did you do Lisa? What did you do?!

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Well, I'm officially scarred for life. The moral of the story? Kids are scary. Don't encourage them. Remove their crayons. Now.

(Source: Ebaum's World)

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