Book Review: Black Eyed Children

BEK-bookBlack eyed kids — BEKs or black eyed children — what are they? Where do they come from? Why do they strike fear in the hearts of those who encounter them?

David Weatherly presents a complete overview of the BEK phenomenon with his intriguing book Black Eyed Children from Leprechaun Press. Weatherly’s thorough research includes scores of first-hand accounts, linking the similarities and attributes between each sighting, dissecting various theories, and studying the black eyed children’s possible relation to other mysterious encounters, folklore, and legends.

Anything and everything you wanted to know about these strange, monotone children with the completely black eyes that want to invite themselves into your home or car is included in this book. “Don’t invite them in,” everyone says. Find out what happens when you do invite one in.

The book isn’t meant to scare you, it’s supposed to be an informative piece of literature about the phenomenon of black eyed children, but it may just have you jumping out of your seat the next time you hear someone rapping at the door.

This is the essential must-read book on the subject. Check out David Weatherly’s Black Eyed Children here:

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