The School Bathroom
So this happened when I was in about fourth grade in school, I was going to use the restroom and my friend was in there too. We entered the restroom, and nothing was out of the ordinary at first, we are just using the restroom as any person would whenever they feel the need to use the restroom. So we did. After we finished though, that's when things started to get weird. We see some sort of red liquid, which we later found out to be blood, on the floor in the shape of a circle right next to the sink. We think it is pretty weird, but we just ignore it, going to wash our hands. There is a mirror right in front of the sink in case you want to see yourself, like trying to clean yourself of some sort, I don't really know the purpose of it, as I have never seen anyone really use it in the boys restroom. Maybe people use it in the girls restroom, I dunno. But anyways, we go to wash our hands, and this is the thing that has scared me the most to this day. I see more blood on the mirror, but this was the weirdest part. It literally just says "HELP" on the mirror written in blood. I get super freaked out and try to escape, so I turn around as the exit was around the corner. And I see a girl just staring at me. Her eyes are completely white, and her head just starts to rotate counter-clockwise, I remember this so vividly, but I looked at her hands, and they had no fingers at all. It was just the palm of her hand. She utters the words, "Help", before slowly disappearing. She hadn't fully disappeared before I blinked my eyes, and then all of a sudden, everything is back to normal, no blood on the mirror, no blood on the floor, no creepy girl that has no fingers, nothing of that sort. At first I thought my mind was just playing tricks on me. I asked my friend later, and asked if he saw blood on the mirror and the floor, and the creepy girl with no hands. He tells me, "Yes, I was so scared, I tried running out, but she wouldn't let me." This was probably one of the scariest things I have ever experienced in my whole life. Don't think there was really anything else that has ever scared me more, but the thing that honestly scared me the most, is that my friend also saw it, and how the girl wouldn't let her leave. I don't know if that was just some sort of illusion, but it still freaks me out to this day. I am a seventh grader now, and the memory still haunts me.
Submitted May 21, 2019 at 06:25PM by bulba_