You'll probably find yourself giggling away at this story. I know I do whenever I think about it these days. But it terrified me when it originally happened!
I'm a bit hazy on how old I was at the time, but I think it was round about when I was 11-12.
It was a gorgeous day, so my friend and I decided that we were going to have a picnic. We grabbed some munchies and my dog at the time (Lucky) and headed to my local park, which was roughly no more than a five minute walk. Once there, we decided to go up to the top of the hill where there is a little ruin of a house (most likely the gardener's, as the park used to be fenced off, there was even a park warden! But that was all before I was even born).
The house was basically hidden away by young (thin) trees. It was a lovely shady spot so we didn't have to worry about the sun. Anyways, we're sitting munching away: god knows what Lucky was off doing, probably sniffing a tree. All was nice and peaceful when I hear "yummy yummy yyyuuummmmyyy" (no kidding) I looked at my friend, kind of shocked and she looked at me.
Finally one of us said "did you hear that?" first instinct: someone is hiding and pulling a prank. Well, one look around and you can see if anyone's there- we saw know one. It comes again "yummmy yuuummy yuuuummmyy" okay, I'm scared (always have been a big wimp) and we bolted leaving everything!
Now we're out on the top of the hill in the open, there is definitely no place to hide. It comes again. This time, only about a foot away from me! "yuuummmy yummmy yuuuummmmmy" Lucky starts going nuts! Seriously, she starts barking and snarling then she starts jumping up and down on the spot like she's trying to attack someone. That just freaked me out and I'm ashamed to say I bolted. I ran to the bottom of the hill to the actual park and dragged some poor man back up to the top of the hill so I could get the stuff back out. I can't remember what I told the guy, but he very nicely came back with me anyways.
My friend was a lot braver than me and had gone back in, gotten the stuff out and waited for me at the top of the hill-with my lovely dog!
I know it sounds pretty unbelievable, and if it wasn't for my dog attacking something invisible I'd have put it down to someone pulling a prank... Still I like telling the story every so often because it usually gets people giggling!
What's strange though is before that happened, I used to go up there by myself all the time, and nothing ever happened. I've only been back there once since it happened a few years back, but I was only brave enough to peak in-sadly, it was covered in beer tins.