Sunday, January 24, 2010

Feral Children?

I was watching a program on TV this last Sarurday and was amazed, it was about Feral Children. Feral children are human kids that have not had contact with others, they are wild acting and when found and brought into contact with humans do not know how to act. Here is a list of 10 Modern Cases of Feral Children.

Some believe this to be true and others are skeptic, whether true or not there are a lot of stories linked to these children. A lot of older stories believe that some children ran away and others believe that the animals kidnapped the children. I created a link above that is very interesting to read. You may judge for yourselt if this be true or a myth.

10 comments:

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

I believe it. In some countries the children get together in gangs and live that way to survive.

Doug Cloud said...

Mom, congrats on making your first link all by yourself. I knew you could do it :)

There's actually a web site all about feral children: http://www.feralchildren.com/en/index.php

A New Beginning said...

Hey this is amazing...can see in the dark..can run fast...company surely matters isnt it. Thanks for the amazing post Margaret..I truely enjoyed it :)

Merle said...

Dear Margaret ~~ I am glad you are
pleased with the award and look forward to your answers.
Very interesting post -- how on earth do you think them up?
Glad you liked the Eisenhower story
and thaks for your kind words.
Take care, my friend, Love Merle.

Babli said...

Its amazing and astonishing to hear about feral children. Thanks for this informative post.

Judy said...

I will have to check out the link. This all sounds very interesting. I had heard of these children but not really read much about them.

WELCOME TO MY WORLD OF POETRY: said...

A truly amazing post Margaret. mos interesting to read, it never ceases to amaze me where you get all the information for the different subjects you write about.

Yvonne.

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Was Tarzan a feral child? Food for thought! Hi Margaret...hope you have a wonderful week. xo Lynn

Patty said...

Quite an interesting read. I can't imagine having to grow up in the conditions like these children. I believe the stories are true, perhaps the way they actually looked may have been exaggerated a little. Can you imagine what it must have been like? But then if that's all they knew, taking them away from that life would have been worse for them.

Linda said...

I believe anything is possible, and the stories about these children are so very sad. It always breaks my heart to think of children not growing up in a loving home.

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