A Nightmare. Nov 7, 2009 8:24:10 GMT -6
Post by Jason Hawes on Nov 7, 2009 8:24:10 GMT -6
I had a dream just last night and I thought I would share it while it was fresh in my head... It was a very strange thing. A call from beyond or an overactive imagination, I am not totally clear. Still, it was a thrilling experience and I thought you would find it thrilling as well. It all took place in some schoolhouse supposedly haunted by a spirit that does not tolerate visitors for long. I don't know the name, place, or time it was because it was not in the dream. Anyway, we started investigating, it appeared I was with 5 other investigators with me sitting at an old wooden table. Now in this particular investigation, we were recording questions we asked for further reference to the case. As one of my investigators asked the question "What is your name?", another investigator, sitting next to me, recorded the question. Moments later, she came over some possession and wrote the name "Emran Cassady Zabell," on the paper in what was not her handwriting when compared to the question she had written moments before. She replied "That is not my handwriting!" I had wanted to try this for myself and asked another question and this time I was not overcame, but instead struck in my lower left side and I felt it. Usually, you would expect to wake up from this. I did not. I stayed in the dream, holding my side while the rest of the team was trying to get us outside and away. Before we could act, I was struck again, and this time I had woken up. I read the time as 3:33AM. It may have significance, but I am not sure. I stayed awake for the rest of the night and never got serious sleep in fear that the horrifying dream occur again. I did not know the investigators I was working with, or what exactly had happened, I was simply awestruck upon awakening. I will look into it further, for it could simply be a strange dream. My only wish is that I never have that dream, and the mention of it would make me cringe. For believers, say what you want about my personal experience. For skeptics, I hope you enjoyed this story.