Does your child have an imaginary or invisible friend? Well, if he or she does, then you just might want to find out what he or she is being told, and especially after you finish reading what the following parents have had to say about their child’s imaginary or invisible friend.      

Subject number one: 42 year old Jose and his 6 year old son Rogelio.

When my son first began to tell me about his invisible 10 year old friend Bruce I didn’t believe him at first since I had always been told that kids make things up, but when I heard him carrying on a conversation on the back porch of our house and asked him what he was talking about, he told me that his friend Bruce had just finished telling him that I was going to be robbed at the gas station where I work, which happened the very next day. Bruce also said that I would need to buy a new car with four doors since my wife would give birth to twin baby girls within a year’s time and it also came true and there’s just no way that my son could have known this.

Subject number two: 50 year old Nelson and his 9 year old daughter Abigail.

My wife told me that our daughter might need to see a therapist since she had heard her talking to herself while she was bathing and while she was talking to an invisible boy named Roger who was 7 years old. I didn’t believe her until a group of plastic bottles suddenly flew across the room right after my daughter asked her invisible friend to prove to me that he’s real and that she isn’t lying. 

Subject number three: 48 year old Daphnia and her 13 year old daughter Melanie.  

When my daughter first told me about her 15 year old invisible friend Rebecca I kind of laughed in her face and said aren’t you a little old to be talking about an invisible girl, but when she told me that she had found her father’s old spirit board and that she had been playing with it, I became alarmed since her father had to have his house blessed when he was 12 years old. But the thing that had really freaked me out had to do with an incident that had happened when I was only 11 years old. Rebecca told my daughter that I had been picked up for shoplifting and that I had also been molested by a nun, which is something that I hadn’t even shared with my husband.

Subject number four: 33 year old Patricia and her 7 year old son Roger.

My son was playing in our backyard and when I heard him saying no that’s not true I became alarmed and asked him who he was talking to and he told me that his invisible 9 year old friend Alicia had told him that I had placed a tomato inside my vagina when I was 16 years old and I almost fainted since my 10 year old brother had walked in on me since I had forgotten to lock my door. And since I didn’t know what to do I lied to my son about the incident and Alicia shoved me from behind and threw dirt in my face.

Subject number five: 36 year old Jacob and his 4 year old son David.

When my son woke me up at 3:00am and told me that his 7 year old invisible friend Daniel had told him that a man was coming to take him away, I didn’t believe him at first and told him to go back to sleep and that no one was coming to take him away, however, 30 minutes had passed before I had suddenly heard a weird noise that was coming from down the hall. I found a man climbing through the kitchen window, which was only a few feet away from my son’s bedroom and I did not give the man the chance to say anything. I just started hitting him until he climbed out the window and ran away.

Subject number six: 39 year old Rosemary and her 7 year old daughter Millie.

When my daughter first told me about her 6 year old invisible friend Cathy, I immediately dismissed it, however, I became a believer shortly after Cathy told my daughter that I was going to be fired for anti-Semitism since I had been discriminating against a black Jewish coworker who would complain to the Human Resources Department about my bullying behavior and my anti-Jewish and pro-Christian comments.

Based on the following interviews I believe that it is safe to say that parents should think twice before they immediately dismiss their child’s statements since a boy was nearly abducted and since a woman lost her job for being a religious bigot and a bully and a person who thought that it was perfectly acceptable to target a religious Jew.              

 Nathaniel Armstrong, Jr.

Cerritos, CA –