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Your Scariest Dream(s)?

Tue Feb 03, 2009 5:26 am

I thought I would take the time to share my two most scariest, and eeriest dreams that I have ever had. I hope others will share theirs as well too. I will share my two that make the list

Dream 1:

It was the middle of the night, and I heard a plane land, and I woke up and saw an AA 757 with all his lights on landing at runway 24 at ISP. I said to myself "hmm what are they doing here?" then I heard a loud bang, the plane crashed! Everyone had to go to my local high school,which I recently graduated from in June, and I remember seeing the plane, its tail number was N672AA, this was on the night of January 27,2009- I looked up the regi, they have a picture of this plane on January 28,2009, which was added today.


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Dream 2:

Another plane that went down, this time it was the Southwest Shamu 737-300, the plane landed on top of a tree, everyone survived and the pilots talked to me too! 2 months later, I ended up flying on N334SW- which is the Southwest Shamu 737-300!


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Please also note they don't have to do with aviation, I probably had these two dreams, because not only do I have the models of those two planes on my shelf in my room, but I probably spend a bit too much time on a-net too...

It will be interesting to hear your dreams!!
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Tue Feb 03, 2009 6:15 am

The NDP taking power and Jack Layton becoming Prime Minister of Canada... ack!
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Tue Feb 03, 2009 6:17 am

I don't remember my dreams. Is that scary enough?
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Tue Feb 03, 2009 9:16 am

I'd say the one where all my teeth fall out.

Strangely though, just the other night I had a dream that I bought an old Hughes 500 Heli for $80.00 and it was sitting in my backyard. I was anxious to fly it but then a large UFO mothership appeared and was hovering near my house. I'm not sure why but this prevented me from flying my newly purchased eighty dollar heli.

The weird thing is that I was not shaken by the sight of a UFO or an alien invasion.
Instead, I was totally pissed off that they had to appear right when I was about to fly my Hughes 500!
Also weird is that I did not find anything un usual about the purchase of a $100,000 heli for $80.00.

Jeez, I gotta stop watching UFO Hunters.
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Tue Feb 03, 2009 12:52 pm



Quoting ManuCH (Reply 3):
I don't remember my dreams. Is that scary enough?

Not really. Means you fall into a deep sleep every night.
 
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Tue Feb 03, 2009 1:39 pm

My scariest dream was being chased by George Bush throwing shoes at me......
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Quoting RussianJet (Reply 6):
My scariest dream was being chased by George Bush throwing shoes at me......

Oh, you just can't get off that topic can you?  Silly
 
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Tue Feb 03, 2009 2:13 pm

The dreams I dislike the most are when you wake up suddenly for one dreamy reason or another, and end up banging your head on the bedframe..
 
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Quoting Elite (Reply 7):
Oh, you just can't get off that topic can you? Silly

Ha ha, nope!  smile 

Ok, I admit it - I made that one up. But I do have one recurring theme - running away from people or things and only being able to move very slowly. It's quite unpleasant sometimes.
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Tue Feb 03, 2009 4:28 pm

not a dream I had, but a friend (who shall remain nameless) keeps dreaming about TPE 185s........ now thats scary!
 
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Quoting Nighthawk (Reply 10):
not a dream I had, but a friend (who shall remain nameless) keeps dreaming about TPE 185s........ now thats scary!

That same person also apparently had a wet dream about a MyTravel Airways A330-200, complete with Rolls Royce engines  Wow! !!!
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Quoting Nighthawk (Reply 10):
not a dream I had, but a friend (who shall remain nameless) keeps dreaming about TPE 185s........ now thats scary!

That same person dreamt the other day about 2 different types of trains joined in the middle by a Range Rover! Scary stuff indeed!
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Tue Feb 03, 2009 7:51 pm

I was surfing the internet and couldn't access the porn sites. What a nightmare!   I woke up with cold sweat and dry palm.

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Quoting Confuscius (Reply 13):
I was surfing the internet and couldn't access the porn sites. What a nightmare! I woke up with cold sweat and dry palm.

 rotfl 
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Tue Feb 03, 2009 8:41 pm



Quoting NQYGuy (Reply 8):
The dreams I dislike the most are when you wake up suddenly for one dreamy reason or another, and end up banging your head on the bedframe.

Do you normally wake up with a jump, normally with your leg/foot twitch once or twice? This is normally due to low blood pressure. When I wake up by jumping as I'm dreaming of falling off the kerb, this is because of low blood pressure.

It not a 'scary' dream but it was when I was about 4 or 5. I remember dreaming that I was going to our local papershop and as I turned round the corner to the shop, all I could see was crabs, covering the ground and the shop floor. It still comes back to haunt me once or twice a year.
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Quoting Swiftski (Reply 1):
Talking to people with poor grammar.

Aww I hope you can get over that one soon!

Quoting Sunshine79 (Reply 15):
It not a 'scary' dream but it was when I was about 4 or 5. I remember dreaming that I was going to our local papershop and as I turned round the corner to the shop, all I could see was crabs, covering the ground and the shop floor. It still comes back to haunt me once or twice a year.

That's creepy, It would come back to haunt me too!

Anyone ever have a dream where you fell on the ground, and you couldn't get up?
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Tue Feb 03, 2009 10:43 pm

Being chased by the child catcher out of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Big grin

IIRC, I had pretty much the same dream twice.
 
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Quoting ManuCH (Reply 3):
I don't remember my dreams. Is that scary enough?

Same here. Heck, I don't dream, period.

Quoting Elite (Reply 5):
Not really. Means you fall into a deep sleep every night.

Nope, means he's most likely a very lite sleeper like myself. Truly deep sleep is when you get rapid eye movement (REM), which is normally when strong dreams occur, and lasts 30mins or so. I rarely get to that stage.

The only significant dream I remember was a while back, something about my ex-gf just being hurtful and a complete bitch to me. (yeah, I bet that surprises a lot of you Big grin )
 
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Wed Feb 04, 2009 12:07 am

My scariest dream I actually had the distinct displeasure of living out as well, so I won't go into details on that.

Taking up the number two spot, though, would be a dream in which I tried to defend a rather large office building from numerous, yet unseen, foes who were far more equiped than I. All I had was a frequently malfunctioning M-16.
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Waking up in the middle of the night, going downstairs into the living room, and every square inch of wall and all the furniture covered in cockroaches.....I get the heebies just thinking about that one....
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Wed Feb 04, 2009 12:45 am

Recently, my scariest dreams have dealt with intruders trying to break into my home. It may not seem scary, but to me, in my dream, it's always the worst. I'm in the security of my own home when I walk downstairs and see the porch door open. Then I think, "Oh shit, it's happening again." At that point I am aware that there is an intruder in my house. Usually, I end up looking around and the intruder will suddenly stick his head out of a doorway or stairwell and it freaks me the fu*k out. I haven't had these types of dreams in a while (about a year), but when they occured they were always the worst. I don't know what these dreams symbolized about my life at the time.

I'm thinking that the whole "popping ones head out of a doorway" has been a common motif because when I was about 7 or 8 I remember thinking there was someone upstairs and so I stood quietly at the foot of the stairwell. As I am looking upwards toward the hallway everything in my mind gets quiet and all I'm thinking about is if there was someone up there. After about 30 seconds of intense staring, my brother (around 16 at the time) quickly sticks his head out of my room and shoots me an intense glare with an evil, frightening laugh. I'm scared out of my mind due to the shock as my brother cracks up.

I've had many other dreams that might seem 'scarier' such as plane crashes, monsters, etc. But the intruder dream used to be the worst.

The most horrifying dream I've had of all time came when I was around 4 years old living in the Arizonian desert. At the time, I was plagued with arachnophobia and terrified of any type of tarantula/big spider. So in my dream, I was playing in a pit of balls such as what one might find in a fast-food playplace. Suddenly, the balls fill up the entire pen and I'm surrounded by them, I can't even move. Then, to my complete shock and horror, the balls turned into tarantulas. And there I was, in the middle of a pen, surrounded by creep crawly giant tarantulas suffocating my face and skin. I woke up in tears, running to my parents room, extremely relieved by the fact that I have returned to reality and was safe in my parent's protection.
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Wed Feb 04, 2009 2:09 am

My scariest dreams involve either aliens or my death/dying.

My most unsettling "dying" dream was in 2006, whilst living in London (a year before moving to San Francisco). In this one, I somehow knew I was going to die, so I had to tell everyone (my friends and family) who had gathered at my home (in Indiana) the news. A few days later, it was my funeral. I (my soul, actually) stood outside my church doors as the pallbearers carried my coffin out to the hearse. When Mom came out the door next, only she could see me standing there. It must be that mother-son bond, how powerful that must be? Her Volvo station wagon was behind the hearse. I led her to the car; she got in on the passenger side, whilst I (my soul) took the driver's seat. As the cortege traveled through the countryside to the cemetery for my burial, Mom and I had a shared thought (that mother-son telepathy again!) that we should take one last scenic drive together. So, with me (my soul) at the wheel, our car suddenly peeled away from the procession and I took Mom for our last long drive together through the northern Indiana countryside together.

That's when I sat bolt upright in bed, asking God if He was trying to tell me something.


My most unsettling "alien" dream was back in the early 2000s.
In this dream, I was camping with my mom at our favourite family camping spot (our large family have camped, both in tents and RVs, for decades; it's our tradition), at our local state park. I was in the campground bathhouse. As I came out the door, I noticed something very strange all over the sprawling campground. Amidst all the tents, trailers, and RVs, I noticed scores of dead bodies, not a living soul, lying scattered all over, with campfires still burning, suggesting everyone had died suddenly. Even stranger was the colour of the air: The air was a thick, blue-green fog, which was getting even thicker. Somehow I was the only survivor. I wandered all over Chain-O'-Lakes State Park, not finding a single living person. As time passed, and the blue-green fog got thicker, I stumbled into what was left of Fort Wayne, Indiana (FWA), now in total ruins. Seemingly "growing" up out of the ground was a very tall "mountain"--it in fact was a hive-like alien city (or arcology), built in a manner similar to a termite mound or a beehive. It reminded me of the interior of the Mothership on the 1996 blockbuster movie, Independence Day ID4!

It would be indeed very lonely being the only human survivor on a ravaged Earth, overrun by parasitic aliens!

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Quoting Swiftski (Reply 1):
Talking to people with poor grammar.

Post of the week!

Quoting SXDFC (Thread starter):
It will be interesting to hear your dreams!!

Well it was a nightmare that actually came through and we call him president now.  crazy 
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Wed Feb 04, 2009 3:01 am

my most scariest dream was that I met someone educated in an English-speaking country who did not understand that you can say "most scary" or "scariest" but you cannot say "most scariest"

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