An airman at a Texas military base gave a bizarre story of how he encountered a black-eyed kid. It’s one thing to scare a woman alone in her home, but to terrify a trained military man on base? That only goes to show how frightening these kids really are.
Black-eyed children or kids are an urban legend of supposed paranormal creatures that resemble children between the ages of 6 and 16, with pale skin and black eyes, who are seen hitchhiking or panhandling or are encountered on doorsteps of residential homes. Tales of black-eyed children have appeared in pop culture since the late 1990s.
The interesting occurrence links to the modern urban legends which are widely publicized by the power of Internet dispersion, which often ends up working as a form of creation or increment of these stories.
It’s difficult to establish whether the stories are true passages or not, we really cannot know for sure. However, the fact is that some reports of events have attracted the attention of Internet users around the world. One of the main current topics that have gained more and more repercussion is the one that deals with children with completely black eyes.
Famously known in the American milieu as BEK ("Black-Eyed Kids" or literally "black-eyed children"), the reports that mention these entities are always more or less the same. Someone is alone somewhere indoors when approached by a child or teenager, who asks permission to enter the place, don’t be surprised.