Ghosts stories are already creepy enough, but make them about kids and they are even more terrifying.
The Ghost Boy of Estadio Azteca
Estadio Azteca in Cuidad Mexico is the home of Club America and the home of a little ghost boy, at least, according to legend. Estadio Azteca is the largest stadium in Mexico, with a capacity of 87, 523 people.
Legend tells that during one of these soccer games in the 1970s, there was a massive stampede and one 10 year old boy was crushed to death while looking for his dad. Since then, janitors, employees and soccer fans claim to see the ghost of this little boy. It is said he walks up to you, asking for help to find his dad, but before anyone replies, he suddenly disappears. He is also said to be seen roaming around on nights, when the stadium is empty. One news team even believes they saw him on camera.
Creepy Things Kids Say
These aren't ghost stories, but kids say some very creepy things sometimes.
"My co-worker's four year old daughter always thought that the rattling of the water pipes in the kitchen cupboards were "white wolves" and the sound always scared her.
One day she was sitting at the kitchen table and she said, "Mom. The white wolves aren't bad... they're our friends!"
Her mom encouraged the idea by saying, "Yes! The white wolves are protecting us. They are our friends."
Then her daughter added in, "They're our friends, but not the man who crawls on the floor and stands by my bed". -From Reddit User Darinfjc
"I heard the one-year-old's high chair move even though nobody was near it. I asked the three-year-old, "what was that?" and he said, while pointing to the chair, "what is SHE doing here!?" - From Reddit user michaelchondria
"My eldest son, when he was about 4, used to tell me that when he couldn't sleep an old man would come and sit with him and tell him stories. Not every night but once or twice a week this would happen for almost a few months. The old man would tell him about cows and tractors etc. I asked if he scared him and he said no, that he was nice just wanted to keep him company until he fell asleep. Fast forward to looking through photos with mum and my son get excited and points out the old man who talks to him while he falls asleep. It was my mother's father who passed away when she was 18. He was a dairy farmer." - from Reddit user kyles05