Black Eyed Homeless Man Confrontation In Australia

28 July 2016 | Black Eyed Kids, Creepy places, Your Stories

I have been reading a lot of stories about the Black Eyed People lately. I want to share my experience with one of them.  This took place in March 2007. I live in Australia and March is the beginning of fall, but the nights can still be quite warm. I was working at a coffee shop in the city at the time and decided to walk home that night. It would take me around forty-five minutes to walk home but figured, what the hey.

I was about half way home and it was already dark. It would have been about 7 p.m. I was just walking past my local library when I noticed a homeless guy who I’d seen around our neighborhood the last few months. He was heading toward me up the sidewalk.

I knew I didn’t like this guy because he was always grinning and staring at me and as I came closer, I made a point of avoiding eye contact. For some reason, as I was passing him, I looked up and into his eyes. They were completely black. Just as the other encounters have mentioned– there was not a single speck of white to be found in his eyes.

He was also grinning at me, all teeth bared and I instantly felt like turning to run. I mean these people absolutely make you feel terrified. It’s like nothing I can explain. Even your bones feel shaky.

I remember being shocked and scared and I raced home as fast as I could. I turned back once and he was just standing there staring after me. When I got home, I told my boyfriend, but he brushed me off. I don’t know who or what this guy was, but I’ve never forgotten it and neither will you if you run into them.

K Walters

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3 thoughts on “Black Eyed Homeless Man Confrontation In Australia

  1. How interesting! So the Black Eyed people are real!? Wow! I thought what I have seen in horror movies was only a way to spice up the peculiar look of the terrifying characters!
    What a shame your bf didn’t give you the least benefit of doubt! If I were you, I would have made him go with me to look for the guy so that he could see him once!

  2. I think this story is fictional for a number of reasons. Firstly in Australia we do not use the term “fall” – we call that season by its actual name – Autumn.
    We don’t use the term sidewalk – we call it a footpath.
    Thirdly we don’t typically have homeless people in residential areas. The few we have stay in isolated pockets in the cities and congregate together for safety.
    Lastly we haven’t used miles as a distance for over 30 years…we use kilometers.
    Most Gen-y kids and after wouldn’t know how far a mile is!!!!

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