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What would you do?
Ha! Little girls are creepy.
I would have been the most scared when the elevator lights went off. I’ve been on too many construction sites where the architects and engineers were copy/paste idiots, and I’ve met many, many elevator mechanics and technicians.
I don’t think I would freak out. I disappoint my kids when they try to surprise/scare me. But, who knows? I think they’re fortunate someone didn’t take a swing at her.
My guess is that it wasn’t even a real elevator. Maybe it was supported on springs or something so it had that elevator feel.
My mind works that way.
I would have liked to see the people after the prank was explained. That might be when the fists began to fly.
I think they’re fortunate someone didn’t take a swing at her.
Or throw something at her. Or drive a wooden stake through her heart.
Pretty funny prank, but it did stress me out to see a little child so close to a terrified adult.
What I said to a tipster in email on this very subject:
I’m a profound physical coward, but not when my adversary is a six year old girl and I have a doll to beat her with.
Or to shove down her throat when she screams at me.
Yeah. I’ve seen badly scared men get pretty violent when “survive” kicks in.
Come on, nobody’s gonna attack a ghost! That’s just crazy talk.
That’s probably true. Most people would be unlikely to try to physically touch anything that was creeping them out in that particular way. On a gut level I imagine it would be more like, ‘get it away from me, entirely,’ and not ‘attack!’
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