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Date: 2009
Location:  North Carolina
Time:  night
Summary:   in 2009 from a United States Marine. This marine stated that one night he was alone in his room watching a movie when he heard a knock on his door. At first he thought that it must be his roommate as his roommate was always forgetting his keys. And when the Marine opened the door he was very surprised to see two small children standing there. And right away he was filled with a sense of dred. And for a couple of seconds they just stared at each other. Then this Marine noticed that both of these children had solid black eyes. And then he asked them what they wanted and they replied that it was very cold outside and that they wanted to come in. And after they said that this marine slammed the door on them as he was really freaked out by what that said and also by their eyes. He felt that there was just something very unnatural and very evil about these 2 children. Then not to long later they were back knocking on his door and he threatened them. Then when he was trying to get some sleep he heard rattling on his window as if someone was trying to break in. But when he looked outside there was nobody there. And this marine was pretty scared but eventually everything stopped. And the next morning he asked around cause he was trying to get to the bottom of this. But no one else had seen these kids which he thought was a little bit odd as why did they only bother him. Now this marine was not a believer in the supernatural or the paranormal until he meet these children as he strongly felt that they were evil. And just maybe there are things within this world that we have yet to explain.
Source:  paranormaljunkie.net


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