Youngsters can say some creepy shit. I don’t care how powerful you might be or how little you imagine in ghosts, when a three-year-old little one politely waves and says “hiya, pal,” to the empty nook of the room behind you, it’ll flip your veins to ice. From The Shining to The Sixth Sense to ParaNorman, it’s a pop-culture trope for youths to see spirits or entities the adults can’t. However do children actually have a deeper connection to the opposite facet? A connection that slowly wanes as we get older? Or is all of it a product of their overactive imaginations? Within the phrases of Michael Scott, I’m not superstitious. However I’m a little bit stitious. And a few of these spooky tales about children apparently speaking with the lifeless, in the event that they’re true, are sufficiently big coincidences to make much more stitious.