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#577 - grantika (05/01/2013) [+] (3 replies)
User avatar #582 to #580 - grantika (05/01/2013) [-]
doesn't mean you have to be a DICK.
#556 - snotnose (04/30/2013) [+] (4 replies)
ive had a few past life dreams, all of them vivid... like i was actually remembering a memory you know? one of them was in a historical England setting, i was a Knight named "Sir Gregory" and i was sent off to fight these savage looking people who covered themselves with mud and blue paint.. they used spears and other crude weapons but they was white skinned.. i should mention at this point i had this dream as a small child and i had NO information about Medieval history aside from say, Masters of the universe. and thats about as Medieval as world of warcraft honestly..

one of the savage men stabbed me in my rib cage with his long spear.. i fell over in my extremely shiny, beautifully mirrored armor, and died..

then next thing i know im watching this amazingly beautiful red-headed maiden walk up to me and lay flowers on my corpse while i lay on a long marble slab out in a green meadow FULL of flowers and the most incredible green grass ive ever seen...

her long red hair covers my body "still in the mirrored armor, but now with mud and other dirt covering part of it" she sings a song and up until about 8 years ago i had heard nothing like it, till i watched the Dark Crystal and heard "The Funeral song" being played by the male hero character.. freaky stuff indeed.. all these years i can still remember that scene like it was yesterday, just like a memory.. of course NOW i have all sorts of interests in Medieval history, but back then? hardly if at all.

i also had a dream of me standing in a field FULL of bodies of other japanese solders.. and i stood there holding my sword among all of them filled with the most horrible feeling of guilt ive EVER felt. even in my waking life.. ive never felt guilt like this before.. or since.. suddenly i turn my sword around and push the hilt into the muddy blood soaked ground and then push myself in to it.. and then i woke up..

i know these are probably just dreams, but i still feel like they had SOME meaning...
User avatar #605 to #556 - darthdingo (05/02/2013) [-]
I'll be honest, this seems hard to believe. Still, who am I to say this is all lies. It's possible, after all.
Either way, it's interesting to know that in the past lives you were a knight, and a warrior. Both of which will hopefully be avoided if you want a peaceful life.
User avatar #540 - Daemmerung (04/30/2013) [-]
I think the weirdest stuff that has happened to me... well... I wouldn't call it deja vu. Usually, when I sleep, my dreams aren't really that memorable. Just bland, if I remember them at all. However, on occasion, I will have an incredibly vivid, realistic dream. Everything is clear down to the smallest details, from the time on the nearest clock, to the pattern of clouds outside and the position of the sun. During these vivid dreams, I'm usually partaking in a conversation with someone, not necessarily people I have ever seen/met before. I then wake-up, and can recall the dream for the next few days. That's not the weird part, though. Where this gets strange is, almost without fail, these events occur. Usually it is weeks, months, or on a few occasions, years down the line, but, they come to fruition almost every time, down to every detail, including, again, even the shape/position of the clouds outside. Once would be coincidence, twice is just weird, but now that it has happened at least 20 times (the latest occurrence was a week and a half ago), I really don't know what to think. If only it'd show me glimpses of useful things, right?
#526 - burningsmurfs (04/30/2013) [-]
This topic has more people still online that I have ever seen and I have determined it is because they can't stop reading/too afraid to sleep now cuz of these stories. Our faces when we think of going to bed.
This topic has more people still online that I have ever seen and I have determined it is because they can't stop reading/too afraid to sleep now cuz of these stories. Our faces when we think of going to bed.
#502 - hentaisweetie (04/30/2013) [-]
I have a 4 year old niece who is very happy. One day I was playing with her in the hallway and she just randomly and cheerfully blurts out "I got my head cut off!". I asked her what she meant and she didn't go into detail. I told my sister but she just brushed it off. So when my mom came home I told her and she seemed really intrigued by it. After my sister and niece went home my mother said she had a nightmare the previous night in which she found my niece decapitated in the woods and hadn't told anyone about that dream. So that's why she seemed so shocked by it.
User avatar #489 - amovingstaircase (04/30/2013) [-]
when I was little I used to be afraid of the dark and especially around the time I was going to bed. Because when ever I tried to sleep I felt like something was watching me, I didnt feel safe in my own room. And when I went to my mothers room to sleep there, I usually waked up, in the middle of the night, to something grabbing me. I was not safe in my mothers room either. the only way I could feel slightly safe from that something watching me was to hide completely under my quit and pretend I am not in my room.

I grew up and I started to have nightmares of this woman, she had a long black hair and I have never seen her face actually, something keeps me from looking her in the face. The scariest nightmare I had of this women was one where I walk up the stairs in my own home, everything was looking like it did in real life. I walk into a room, which at the time was a storage room, and there is a sofa a small table and a chair in it. Someone was sitting on the chair. As soon as I walk into the room the person start to run at me and screams. I got paralyzed from the fear and woke up with a my heart racing. the funny thing is that a month later, we renew the storage room, and it ends up to look exactly like the room in my dream.

I still feel like something is watching me when I sleep and I have had so many nightmares now that I cant tell the difference between a dream and a nightmare.

tl;dr: I am a scaredy cat
User avatar #488 - tkigroggy (04/30/2013) [-]
Here's one of mine
Babysitting the nieghbours 3 year old daughter. During dinner, she was looking at the ceiling, I asked her what she was looking at, she said she was listening to her friend sing. I dismissed it as nothing, then she started to cry out of nowhere, saying she felt hot, like burning.
I did some research and the house I lived in at the time had previously burned down and two children died in the fire.
not so scary I know, but it was creepy as ****
User avatar #470 - alreadyexiststho (04/30/2013) [-]
Here's a creepy story for you.

When I was in 6th grade, I was sleeping at my best friends house for the night. We made a bed on her living room floor so we could watch pirates of the carribbean, but we fell asleep during the movie and when I woke up it was around 3 am and the menu screen was on the tv, so there was a glow in the room. Their living room had a large wall of glass french doors that opened out to a pool (they were kind of wealthy) and in the reflection of the doors I could see the room. And in the reflection, at the foot of our bed, was the silouhette of a man kneeling, just staring at us. I couldn't see any details, like eyes or anything, but it was definitely 100% there and when I would look to my feet, there was nothing there. However, the sillouhette stayed in the reflection. I looked back and forth between my feet and the reflection in the window for a good 10 minutes, making sure I was awake but trying not to let ON that I was awake, because at that point I was scared **** less.

After about 10 minutes I reached over to wake up my friend and literally tore her from the bed to run into the other room. I was completely hysterical and her mom had to come sit with me for the rest of the night. I still don't know what it was.
User avatar #414 - madalice (04/30/2013) [-]
As a child, I saw figures and shadows but there was always one that looked the same no matter what. To this day that same shadow is attached to me and no matter what he's here to stay. ************ scared me at night after I had a dream of standing on a pile of bodies while chopping a person's head off. This happened when I was turning 5 the night before my birthday.
User avatar #405 - madalice (04/30/2013) [-]
My birthday made by creepy things children say. Awesome. lol
#296 - anonexplains (04/30/2013) [+] (1 reply)
>Be me 2 years ago>Have a little 2 year old sister that can barely talk and an older sister. >One day both my parents are working so me and my sis had to watch my little sis. She never went to bed without my mom so at around 8pm we were still in the living room watching tv. > Notice that my little sister was looking at our hallway (she was sitting on my lap btw) >Suddenly, she puts her head on my chest as fast as she can and closes her eyes.
>Look at the hallway, see nothing.
>Get a littel scared and ask my little sis whats wrong.
> She wont talk, so i try to grab her but her little hands clinge to my shirt, as if shes holding for her life.
>Get ******* scared at this point, think she saw someone.
>Eventually my sister closes the door and my little sis acts like NOTHING happened.
> This happens whenever shes in the living room at night.
>Last year we moved out that house, when we were outside our house my lilsis said: 'that girl was scary, im happy we go to a newhouse"
O___O MFW
#312 to #296 - thebrothersmachado (04/30/2013) [-]
thanks for the goosebumps...:o
User avatar #157 - mrgoodlove (04/30/2013) [-]
OP it'd be great if you could find some more like this.
#144 - filipnocd (04/30/2013) [-]
I'm doing some college ennoblement stuff and I'm kind of a pussy when it comes to these kinds of things. I can't resist. But now I have to go downstairs while everyone is asleep and print sheit for my enrollment. **** you OP I think I'll just do it tomorrow. But then again thank you, I haven't been creeped out in a while and I kind of like it. It makes me sleep better at night in a way.
#135 - smlsbrgnbrgn (04/30/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Same thing as the 4rh comment happens to my lil bro.
He ******* breaks **** and does bad stuff (like disobey) and when i aske him whats wrong he says while graving his head with both hands (IDK i can't controll my brain, He tell me to do stuff i don't want to)
He's ******* 5 years old
MFW i hear him say weird **** like that
#123 - SirSheepy (04/30/2013) [-]
>mfw this entire ******* page, man,
#106 - Her (04/30/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I used to have an over-active imagination (Still do but I can control it better now)   
I would see the vacuum cleaner moving and coming at me, and I couldn't make it stop. Often I would go into a daze and stare at nothing in particular, but the walls and air particles would all be moving in front of my eyes. I often see people and figures out of the corner of my eye, sometimes right in front of my vision. Like I'll be walking somewhere and I'll see a guy. He'll be solid so I think he's just someone else walking. But as soon as he is out of my vision (he passes behind a tree, other people, etc...) he never re-appears and there is no way he could have just left otherwise. Every person I see is different.   
When I was younger I used to wake up with strange marks and bruises on my body, and I often wake up violently (jump up in bed and smack my face on the wall next to me, wake up as I'm kicking and lashing out in bed, I once woke up to find all of my sheets thrown across the room. If there's someone else in the bed with me, I also end up punching or headbutting them once or twice, and I always whine in my sleep. Luckily I don't remember most of my nightmares.   
The most common thing that happens to me is when I'm trying to sleep and it's dark. I'll see a lot of dark human figures passing back and forth right in front of me.   
But here's the worst part; when I close my eyes, they're still there, walking around in the darkness of my eyelids.
I used to have an over-active imagination (Still do but I can control it better now)
I would see the vacuum cleaner moving and coming at me, and I couldn't make it stop. Often I would go into a daze and stare at nothing in particular, but the walls and air particles would all be moving in front of my eyes. I often see people and figures out of the corner of my eye, sometimes right in front of my vision. Like I'll be walking somewhere and I'll see a guy. He'll be solid so I think he's just someone else walking. But as soon as he is out of my vision (he passes behind a tree, other people, etc...) he never re-appears and there is no way he could have just left otherwise. Every person I see is different.
When I was younger I used to wake up with strange marks and bruises on my body, and I often wake up violently (jump up in bed and smack my face on the wall next to me, wake up as I'm kicking and lashing out in bed, I once woke up to find all of my sheets thrown across the room. If there's someone else in the bed with me, I also end up punching or headbutting them once or twice, and I always whine in my sleep. Luckily I don't remember most of my nightmares.
The most common thing that happens to me is when I'm trying to sleep and it's dark. I'll see a lot of dark human figures passing back and forth right in front of me.
But here's the worst part; when I close my eyes, they're still there, walking around in the darkness of my eyelids.
User avatar #83 - quantumlegend (04/30/2013) [-]
This video was uploaded onto FJ a while back. It's a documentary called "The Boy Who Lived Before" and follows a boy who claims his actual family lives in some random island, and describes things pretty accurately. They also talk about some even weirder cases of this phenomenon.
And from this post and these comments I can say this is getting really ******* weird.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Wh0OsVtdeE
User avatar #43 - weirdvintagegirl (04/30/2013) [+] (4 replies)
This little boy I know has been taught to bend his finger and say frightening things in a low, scratchy voice like the kid off of "The Shining".
User avatar #15 - kirbyking (04/29/2013) [-]
I apparently once snuck into my parents room when my dad was taking a nap from working all night, climbed the bed and woke him up by hovering over him and whispering "A knife can kill you faster than a gun..." and running away. I was 4.
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