Greetings, everyone. I've been a reader of this website since 2013. Though this is the first time I finally posted my experience regarding paranormal. I have lots of stories to share. But this is my first story that I will share. Sorry for some wrong English words since English is not my primary language. But I'll try my best to make it understandable. Here's my story.
This happened in January 2019. Almost two years ago. I was riding a bus at that time. There were only four or five passengers left including me. It was quarter to ten in the evening. The bus stopped. The door opened. A girl entered. She is about ten or eleven years old. Judging from the color of her hair, she is a European/Westerner. I glanced at her (I admit that I'm attractive to much younger women). She sat almost seven or eight seats away. As the bus moves, I continue starring at her. At first, you wouldn't think of anything of her because she wore normal clothing but her bangs are covering her eyes and she's alone. My thought is what on Earth is this girl doing in this wee hours of evening? Where are her parents? Why she's traveling alone without a parent or guardian? From time to time, I glanced at her.
I start eating my taco. When I'm done with my taco, I glanced at her again. She's starring back at me. Although I still couldn't see her eyes. I looked at my shoes and smiled. I'm thinking of seating beside her and talking to her. But when I looked at her again, a dreaded frightening feeling engulfed me. I finally saw her eyes. Blood red. She's starring back with bloodshot eyes. At this moment, I was shaking with fear. I looked at the other passengers to see if they saw her red eyes too. But all of them were busy at their own businesses that they didn't even notice she was there. Again I starred at my shoes.
The bus stopped. I heard footsteps. Even if I'm not looking, I sensed that it was the girl and she's starring at me. When her presence was gone, more passengers came. I thought I can finally breath easier. But when I starred at the window, I saw her in the fields. This time, she's with around ten more children. They were aged from six to sixteen. All of them girls. The two smallest were holding teddy bears. They were all looking at me with bloodshot eyes. Even as the bus moves, they never break their eye contact at me.
At home, I told my older sister of what happened. Off course, she didn't believe me. She jokingly said that's the result of too much chasing younger women. Even my friends at work when I told them about this just laughed at me. But for me, it's not a funny experience.