Growing up, you may have been chastised for having an over active imagination and letting it get away from you. Maybe you couldn't get to sleep because the Boogeyman was going to get you. And your parents told you that was nonsense and to go to sleep. But it felt real growing up.
Where did the Boogeyman come from? Is there an innate fear that was built inside of us? Maybe that means the Boogeyman was real at one point.
And if so, then how did we fight back?