So, the boogeyman (hear the pronunciation) haunts children their entire childhood. He’s in the closet or under the bed. I can still hear my parent’s say (this means, I remember), “you better get into bed or the boogeyman will get you!” Hell, I still sometimes get nervous when my arm or leg is hanging over the side of the bed.
Here’s one artist’s rendition:
So tonight, when you go to bed…make sure the boogeyman isn’t watching you!