Youtube Channel Bedtime Stories

By:  Veronica  •  Generic  •  7 months ago  •  7 comments

Youtube Channel Bedtime Stories

Has anyone watched the YouTube Channel Bedtime Stories?  I just started & have gotten hooked.  I love to watch & read bizarre happenings.  Some have given me goosebumps, some have bored me & some have astonished.  Yep - I am totally weird & proud of it.


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1  Kavika     7 months ago
Yep - I am totally weird & proud of it.

LOL, well I'm a Shape Shifter so we are a pair...

1.1  author  Veronica  replied to  Kavika @1    7 months ago

I read a lot about Shape Shifters.  I find all of that so interesting.  Hmmm, since I have your attention - let me ask you this.  My son was told by a medium that he was a Shadow Walker.  She told me that a Native American might be able to explain it better, but what I have gotten from my research is that he walks the line between the light and the dark beckoning to those in the dark to come over to the light & is Native American in origin.  However, we are not Native American.  Our origins are very much tied up with the old world of the Celts.  That is where I got my connection to the Morrigan.  But I digress...

I like the pair idea.

1.1.1  Kavika   replied to  Veronica @1.1    7 months ago

Shadow walkers of the Cherokee are charming, eloquent and will become your friend very quickly and you'll trust them completely.  Unfortunately, they will turn on you once they have your trust. 

There are other definitions as well. One that walks in two worlds, such as the white world and the Indian world. others it is a person that walks in both the dark world and the light world.

This is a good link to the Navajo Skinwalkers.

Of course, there are the Wendigo of the Ojibwe people which is the most terrifying of all. In fact so terrifying that there is a mental disease named after it. The Wendigo Psychosis.  Wendigo can be spelled as Windigo, Weendigo or Wendigo. 

The Wendigo was gaunt to the point of emaciation, its desiccated skin pulled tautly over its bones. With its bones pushing out against its skin, its complexion the ash gray of death, and its eyes pushed back deep into their sockets, the Wendigo looked like a gaunt skeleton recently disinterred from the grave. What lips it had were tattered and bloody. Its body was unclean and suffering from suppurations of the flesh, giving off a strange and eerie odor of decay and decomposition, of death and corruption.

— Basil Johnston, Ojibwe teacher and scholar, Ontario, Canada



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2  lady in black    7 months ago

Love everything horror.....funny that when I was a kid I was afraid of the dark and hated scary anything now I love scary!

2.1  author  Veronica  replied to  lady in black @2    7 months ago

I hear you.  As a kid I saw a lot of things that could not be explained (my family always said I was weird - so I just went with it).  I love to watch, read horror.  The bizarre things in the world intrigue me.  I just love it all.  

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3  lady in black    7 months ago

After my son passed many things happened in the house and in my dreams that could NOT in any way, shape or form be explained away.  Same after my husband passed.  

3.1  author  Veronica  replied to  lady in black @3    7 months ago

I am sorry for your losses.  I know that things have always happened around me and I have learned the hard way that when I do not act on a bad feeling I get stuff goes awry.