While the worst harm Bobby John did was filling his diaper, other creepy kiddies have wrecked murderous mayhem. But while some are just plain evil, others are themselves tragic victims. Here’s ten of the most memorable – which one is the kid you’d least like to baby sit?
Peter Sweeeney from “Dead In The Water”.
Pete was drowned by two boys who were bullying him. Thirty five years later, as the lake he died in is being drained, he starts killing the families of those responsible.
Demons I get; people are crazy. Youngest of the inbred clan who like to hunt people for sport, Missy even got the best of Dean.
A pint-sized serial killer who slaughtered two families and after her death continued to kill anyone who possessed the portrait of her and her adoptive family.
Another drowned child, her angry spirit kept under control for decades by her surviving sister Rose, becoming her grand-niece Tyler’s ‘imaginary’ friend. When Rose has a stroke and the family hotel is being sold, Maggie starts killing. Every kid should have an imaginary friend like Maggie!
I could’ve told you that children suck the life out their parents, and in this episode the kids do – literally. Well not the real children, but changelings who take their place suck synovial fluid from their parents with a mutlifanged mouth. Even drowning won’t stop these little terrors!
Lilith was evil incarnate. She appeared as a child in our first couple of meetings with her. My favorite appearance is when she possesses the girl in “No Rest For The Wicked” and keeps the Fremont family captive as she cheerfully tortures and kills them.
Kripke said that they had Lilith later appear as an adult, because they knew Sam would eventually kill he: “we tend to go pretty far on the show – we delve bravely into baby-eating – but for some reason the on-camera death of an eleven year old girl made even us a little weak kneed.”
The girl and boy in the wall from “Family Remains”
The children born of an incestuous rape, they live in the walls and crawlspace of the family home degenerating into creatures who are barely human until they finally kill their father and then start on the family who next moves in. Terrifying, but ultimately tragic.
Be careful what stories you tell your children. Jesse is a cambion – the product of a demon possessing his mother. Things he believes in – whether it’s the tooth fairy or that wanking will give you hairy palms – start coming true. He even turns Cas into an action figure.