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Heeeeyyyyyy...

What is your scariest dream?

Or, worst nightmare?

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I've had lots of creepy dreams...here is a summary of one of my dreams.

I was in this wide open building that was open to the outside. I pick up some type of hex bag and put it outside of the building under a cage made of stick and ropes. I get a feeling I should check on the cage. In the cage was now a mutant fly buzzing around inside it. It looked like it was multiple flies in one. The fly then turns into a toad and breaks out of the cage. I go back further into the building as the toad had turned into a cheetah and runs towards me. I deflect it back off of me and it reveals its true form. A non-human witch in a white dress...

My dream was basically telling me that someone was/is trying to put some type hex on me.
My dreams usually tell me what is happening underneath the surface of what is going on in my waking life.
So this may not be my scariest dream but the thought of someone during black magic against me is unsettling.
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Back when I lived in a creepy ass house in the middle of the woods, where I had a bedroom on the second floor that was scary with weird sounds always going off, I had a dream taking place in said creepy environment. I wake up in the middle of the night in my dream and I see a man I have never seen before yet I faintly feel like I knew him, wearing a red sweater. He begins to walk towards my bed, and then I wake up for real. And I woke up paralyzed. It might sound cliche but what was so scary about it was that it felt so real, and I used to always be paranoid about shit like that going down in my then scary bedroom setting. And to this day I feel like I've seen the dude before. And his eyes were full of killing intent so that freaked my shit too. Waking up unable to move because of fear sucks. That's happened one other time before that.

Anyway, yeah....
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Shall we go with the one where I'm watching some sort of conflict on TV and then a nuclear disaster ensues here on the east coast of the US?

Or perhaps the one where NY is flooded, and a massive evacuation is taking place with so many barely able to fit on the cruise being used to rescue people.

Nah.

I think my 'spookiest' dreams are the ones that end up mirrored by real world events years later... and then I get the sensation of 'deja vu'.

Now that's happened way too many times to not be spooky at this point.
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PandaSamaBoi wrote:

Back when I lived in a creepy ass house in the middle of the woods, where I had a bedroom on the second floor that was scary with weird sounds always going off, I had a dream taking place in said creepy environment. I wake up in the middle of the night in my dream and I see a man I have never seen before yet I faintly feel like I knew him, wearing a red sweater. He begins to walk towards my bed, and then I wake up for real. And I woke up paralyzed. It might sound cliche but what was so scary about it was that it felt so real, and I used to always be paranoid about shit like that going down in my then scary bedroom setting. And to this day I feel like I've seen the dude before. And his eyes were full of killing intent so that freaked my shit too. Waking up unable to move because of fear sucks. That's happened one other time before that.

Anyway, yeah....


You did not wake up and were paralyzed because of the fear. You woke up a period of REM sleep where your body automatically paralyzes you in order so you do not act out your dreams in reality. It happens to everyone every single night you just woke up during it.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleep_paralysis


Sleep paralysis may include hallucinations, such as a supernatural creature suffocating or terrifying the individual, accompanied by a feeling of pressure on one's chest and difficulty breathing.[7] Another example of a hallucination involves a menacing shadowy figure entering one's room or lurking outside one's window, while the subject is paralyzed.[


You did not really see some murderous man in reality.. but you did "see" a murderous man in your reality.
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amejia0 wrote:


PandaSamaBoi wrote:

Back when I lived in a creepy ass house in the middle of the woods, where I had a bedroom on the second floor that was scary with weird sounds always going off, I had a dream taking place in said creepy environment. I wake up in the middle of the night in my dream and I see a man I have never seen before yet I faintly feel like I knew him, wearing a red sweater. He begins to walk towards my bed, and then I wake up for real. And I woke up paralyzed. It might sound cliche but what was so scary about it was that it felt so real, and I used to always be paranoid about shit like that going down in my then scary bedroom setting. And to this day I feel like I've seen the dude before. And his eyes were full of killing intent so that freaked my shit too. Waking up unable to move because of fear sucks. That's happened one other time before that.

Anyway, yeah....


You did not wake up and were paralyzed because of the fear. You woke up a period of REM sleep where your body automatically paralyzes you in order so you do not act out your dreams in reality. It happens to everyone every single night you just woke up during it.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleep_paralysis


Sleep paralysis may include hallucinations, such as a supernatural creature suffocating or terrifying the individual, accompanied by a feeling of pressure on one's chest and difficulty breathing.[7] Another example of a hallucination involves a menacing shadowy figure entering one's room or lurking outside one's window, while the subject is paralyzed.[


You did not really see some murderous man in reality.. but you did "see" a murderous man in your reality.


Thanks for the correction on the paralyzed thing. I know it was a dream but it felt real as fuck to me at 9 years old
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This happened a few days ago: I was at a waterpark and, I don't know how but it did, I had a baby fetus the size of a goldfish in my fingers. I knew that I needed to place it in a fishbowl. I put it in the pocket of my rubber trench coat that I had for some reason, and I filled the pocket with water from one of those water contraptions you see at the water park. There was an ominous atmosphere and I reached the area where people shower, and then I decided to check on the fetus. I had to move my hand around for a while before I felt the fetus. I took it out of my pocket and there were three deep wounds. It seemed that I was a little too rough and I killed the fetus with my fingers, but I was quite indifferent.
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A person paid a witch 300 dollars to cast a love spell on me.
The same night I had a night terror where I woke up in tears.
I still try to get the dream out from etched in my memory but even in my dream book it seems I had torn those pages out that had described the dream in great detail.

Basically the person who cast the love spell and the witch whatever the person who did this to me sat in the audience. I walked up on stage and I grabbed a piece of kleenex. I remember my family members crying around me. I then stepped into a classroom where a man was teaching a small class of children something. As I got closer the man started to get irate. He started yelling at me in a very intimidating manner. I start to back away and I'm denying whatever it is he is saying. Then a little boy gets in front of me and now he has taken the place where I should have been trying to fight this man off mentally.

So I hear crackling and sizzling as I see this boys flesh turn completely black until it covered his entire face and body. The boy slowly turns to me and smiles the most creepiest smile I had every seen in my life.

I scream and I woke up in tears.
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I had this dream years ago where I was getting chased by flying skulls in a graveyard, that's all I can remember of it
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The most recent one that I can remember is I and several others were in some sort of outback jungle area and there was a kingkong bigfoot hybrid, a bit taller than us that was dressed as a pizza man, even had the pizza, and was trying to kill us. We eventually pinned him under a small thick tree.


I'm not even joking, that was literally the dream.
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PandaSamaBoi wrote:


amejia0 wrote:


PandaSamaBoi wrote:

Back when I lived in a creepy ass house in the middle of the woods, where I had a bedroom on the second floor that was scary with weird sounds always going off, I had a dream taking place in said creepy environment. I wake up in the middle of the night in my dream and I see a man I have never seen before yet I faintly feel like I knew him, wearing a red sweater. He begins to walk towards my bed, and then I wake up for real. And I woke up paralyzed. It might sound cliche but what was so scary about it was that it felt so real, and I used to always be paranoid about shit like that going down in my then scary bedroom setting. And to this day I feel like I've seen the dude before. And his eyes were full of killing intent so that freaked my shit too. Waking up unable to move because of fear sucks. That's happened one other time before that.

Anyway, yeah....


You did not wake up and were paralyzed because of the fear. You woke up a period of REM sleep where your body automatically paralyzes you in order so you do not act out your dreams in reality. It happens to everyone every single night you just woke up during it.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleep_paralysis


Sleep paralysis may include hallucinations, such as a supernatural creature suffocating or terrifying the individual, accompanied by a feeling of pressure on one's chest and difficulty breathing.[7] Another example of a hallucination involves a menacing shadowy figure entering one's room or lurking outside one's window, while the subject is paralyzed.[


You did not really see some murderous man in reality.. but you did "see" a murderous man in your reality.


Thanks for the correction on the paralyzed thing. I know it was a dream but it felt real as fuck to me at 9 years old


Hallucinations are capable of creating states indistinguishable from reality. Thus what you experienced was as real as it felt but in no way were you ever in danger. It's amazing what the human brain is capable of and I too when younger mistook such experiences at face value which just induced fear. When having such experiences today armed with the knowledge of the nature of such experiences it is less fear inducing and more interesting than before.
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