If so, how does it happen?
"I've heard of tears of blood being shed by people suffering from stigmata, and of religious statues weeping tears of blood. People can hemorrhage the tiny blood vessels in the eyes when under a severe amount of strain, but usually it's physical strain rather than emotional. Bleeding from the eyes can be one of the final symptoms of someone who has been exposed to agents used in biological warfare, or who has contracted certain (usually lethal) viruses." yahoo answers
Yeah they can..... I saw it on a show on discovery health it was called "tha boy who cried blood" and he really did!!! It was kinda creepy in a way. They did'nt really know what was wrong with him at the end of the show but it just stopped after a few years. There was also a woman on the show but doctors think she was faking it...... They gave her "there most powerful eyedrops" (A.K.A . WATER) and it stopped.
yes but i don't know how i know theres something wrong like its not a good thing maybe you can google it or something and find something
They could, but I think they would need to to have like a disease or something, not just to cry blood for fun.