Lollipop Lollipop is a spooky story written by a member of this website who goes by the name of “Malevolent and Sinister”.
Once there was a childminder who was taking care of five children. All of a sudden, she heard the phone ringing. She ran out into the hallway to answer it, but when she picked up the receiver, there was a raspy voice on the other end of the line singing:
“Lollipop lollipop, can I have your lollipops?”
Irritated, she slammed down the phone and went back to the room where she had left the children. However, she got a shock because there were only four children.
“Oh, they must be playing hide and seek,” she thought. “How nice.”
The phone rang again and she went to pick it up. The same raspy voice was singing down the phone:
“Lollipop, lollipop, Can I have your lollipops?”
The child minder hung up again and went back into the room, but there were only three children left. Feeling a little tired and annoyed, she just thought the phone calls were just prank calls. Then, the phone rang again. She left the room and answered the phone.
Voice: “Lollipops, lollipops, can I have your lollipops?”
Childminder: ”Oh for crying out loud! Stop calling me! who are you anyway?”
The person on the other side of the phone hung up. Feeling angry, annoyed and scared the child minder cut the wire. She went back into the room and there was only one child left. All of a sudden, her mobile phone rang. which was upstairs. So she answered it.
Voice:”Lollipops, lollipops, can I have your lollipops?
Childminder:”Who are you? How did you get my number?”
The person on the other end of the line hung up again. When the child minder went back to the room, there are no children left. She searched everywhere, all around the house but she couldn’t find them. She phoned the police.
Five minutes later there was a knock at the door. She opened it. There was a pale, almost white, woman with strange eyes and features. She was holding five lollipop sticks, on which she had stuck the severed heads of the five children. The woman had a devilish smile on her face as she sang:
“Lollipops, lollipops, Can I have your lollipop?”
Neither the children nor the childminder were ever seen again.