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This happened in 2009 in what is now my daughter's room. An old television (not mine) would turn on by itself from time to time. I would be in the kitchen having breakfast, and nobody in the house but me and sure enough the TV turned on even at random times with no set pattern. The TV had no remote control or set timer on it. One day the TV turned on again, and I confronted the demon without fear, and I turned off the TV and challenged him to turn it on again, and I went to the kitchen to continue eating my breakfast.
To my surprise the TV turned on again. I went back to the room to turn it off again, and I told the demon sarcastically how scared I was and that he didn't scare me. I told him to do it again, and he did, so I played along. I showed no fear. I turned off the TV and said ''do it again, and I will call unto Jesus Christ my Lord and savior, and he will send you back to hell!'' That television never turned on again by itself. Demons don't like the word Jesus Christ!.
Submitted by Tommy |
My friends and I are always out doing stuff whether it's night or day. On a boring night we had decided to take a little walk to Walnut Elementary school just for the fun of it, we normally hang out at schools. As we walked down to the back of the school, the back of the school is scary day or night. As we did we noticed a little shirtless boy, crying as if he had been lost or abandoned. He looked around 7 years old. We decided to approach him and ask him if he was okay. When we did he continued to weep, although he wouldn't turn to face us.
One of my friends gently grabbed him by the shoulder and turned him to face us, big mistake. As he faced us, we noticed he had blood shot red eyes, and no they weren't from crying. His eyes had a dark red color with no pupils. We of course ran, wanting nothing to do with that thing. Warning to anyone who ever walks the street of Walnut and its surrounding streets, those streets tend to give one a bad vibe on nights. If you can, try to avoid them at night as much as possible.
Submitted by Eduardo
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