17 People Describe Having Nightmares That Sound Like Horror Movies

17 People Describe Having Nightmares That Sound Like Horror Movies
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1. My brother was gone and a tombstone was in his place.

“I was by a lake, it was storming and on the other side was my brother standing under a tree. When I walked around the lake the closer I got to the tree the more it rained and when I made it my brother, he was gone and instead was his headstone. No blood and gore, no clowns or falling just loss.”

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2. The familiar mushroom cloud of a nuke rose out at the sea horizon and the first shockwave scorched the land.

“I was at a beach with the girlfriend I had at the time. Loved ones and family too. The familiar mushroom cloud of a nuke rose out at the sea horizon and the first shockwave scorched the land but we were unharmed. The next was a tsunami and I remember thinking I was gonna run into it because I didn’t want to stand around and die like a coward. And all turned white.”

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3. All of a sudden, a giant monstrous hand jumped out, grabbed the boy, and took him in to the lake.

“I was at a lake, in the winter. The dream was in the third point of view. There was a family, a mother, and two children, a five-year-old boy and a teenage girl. The boy started walking towards the lake and looking into it, everyone else was unaware of the boy. All of a sudden, a giant monstrous hand jumped out, grabbed the boy, and took him in to the lake. The family ran up to the lake screaming the son’s name over and over again. The dream skipped to a what seemed to be a video recording in someplace very dark. You could hear a girl whispering ‘I can’t breathe,’ while sobbing. The dream skipped to the boy inside a cave next to a dark figure snarling. The boy asked ‘When can I leave?’ The figure replied ‘Why would you want to leave?’ After that, I woke panicking, I couldn’t sleep that well the next night.”

JacobTanen


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