Were my brother and i wrong to to play catch with an unseen visitor in our backyard at night?

We were 6 and 4 and parents used to take us to visit an uncle who ran a hotel near Colorado Springs, behind which was a big forest. We played with our cousin there on a high raised deck, about 30 feet off the ground, throwing a ball into the woods and back down. On several nights, we played with a visitor who we called "uncle bon" (playing off the name of our actual uncle, the father of our cousin, uncle Don), who threw the ball back to us while we three were on the high deck. We would only hear heavy breathing and grunts, which would make us laugh and scream and throw the ball harder. When an adult stepped out onto the deck, the sounds would stop and we would be quiet, until the adult was gone. It would last for an hour or so before we got called in.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Sounds like a pervert

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The innocence of a child is never 'wrong'

    The fault lay with the stranger, no you shouldn't have been playing catch with a stranger and you're lucky nothing more happened. Since nothing 'bad' happened you can still look back to this memory as a pleasant one.

    Who knows who was catching the ball?? It could've been a simple mentally challenged person (with the mind of a child), a mentally disturbed person (doing or thinking of disturbing thoughts while you played) or .... Isn't Colorado the suspected home of BigFoot?? LOL!

    Hey you didn't see him - you never know!

  • 1 decade ago

    Yes, very wrong. It is unsafe to play with an unseen visitor. Stop it right away to prevent something bad happen.

  • 1 decade ago

    Yes it was wrong to play will a stranger. I know that you's were young and all, but he could have been a murderer, kidnapper or he even could have been a pedophile. It is dangerous for any children to play or even talk to strangers.

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  • binz
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    4 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    SOUND LIKE TO ME YOU AND YOUR BROTHER WAS DOING MORE THAT THROWING THE BALL

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    cause 10% Eficient way 0% answer 0%

  • 1 decade ago

    Yes, and please don't do it again.

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