Researcher Jamie L. Brian just sent me this account that he transcribed from a May edition of Coast to Coast AM. The episode was hosted by Dave Schrader who received a call in about an encounter with a pair of BEKs:
Mark in San Antonio, Texas reports:
“I came across... me and my sister. It was a normal day, kind of cloudy and we get a ringing, you know, at the doorbell.
We see two kids outside. Two punky little kids and we're like, Hey, what's up? And they never had anything. The only thing they say is, Can we come inside?
We kept asking them, Can we help you? They kept saying, Can you let us inside?
There was a little girl, a little girl, a little boy. They're wearing denim clothes.
(Dave Schrader, the host, asked if they had black eyes.)
When they looked up at us, I said, I think we need call our father and we should get his permission to let you in.
The little girl goes, No! No! No! You don't need to do that, just let us inside. I said, No, no, we really need to call our father.”
Source: Coast To Coast AM - May 7, 2016
The account was short, but interesting for a couple of reasons.
First, it's fairly unusual for BEKs to utilize a doorbell, they almost always knock whether the home has a doorbell or not.
Second, overall, there are fewer accounts of black eyed girls. On occasions when there are a boy and girl pair, it's usually the boy who does the talking.
There are constantly subtle shifts in the endless reports of these beings and it gives one the sense that there is a constant evolution in the approach taken by whatever these entities really are.