Nightmare

United States
July 27, 2010 9:34pm CST
Have you ever woken up from a nightmare that lingered at the back of your mind for a while? This morning, I remember dreaming that I was visiting my friends at their apartment. Its the same apartment complex I've dreamed about but it does not look anything like their real apartments. Anyway, last night's dream began normal with me spending time with them and whatnot. Then it was night and I was walking around their complex when I noticed something coming out of the apartment pool. Running, I started banging on doors, trying to get attention/help. Whatever came out of the pool was right behind me. Just as I managed to find an open door, I woke up. It was definitely intense. What kind of nightmares do you remember? Or intense dream?
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@cream97 (29175)
• United States
28 Jul 10
Hi, vjenkins86. I remember dreaming of a werewolf or a vampire running behind me at my grandmother's house. It would kill everyone in the house and I would be running to the next door neighbor's house. The funny thing about this, is that, no one is ever home when I knock on their door. It is very scary. I always will wake up scared and frightened. I have had dreams like this more than once. I really would like to know why I keep having this dream over and over again. I am always running from someone or something that is trying to kill me. I will run towards my two neighbor's house, but no one is never at home.
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• Indonesia
1 Aug 10
That's funny because I would give anything to meet a real vampire. So if I have that dreams I'd smile happily. ^^
@eurekafemme (5881)
• Philippines
29 Jul 10
I had a nightmare about a witch wanting to get my child from me. I saw its burning eyes staring right at me from the hole in the ceiling. I ran downstairs to call for help but my father, though awake did not pay attention but gave me a cold shoulder as if saying it wasn't a big deal. I came rushing back upstairs only to see that the withc's tongue already trying to reach my daughter's navel. She was looking at me smiling without a hint of what danger was about to happen to her. I struggled to cut the tongue off. Then, I woke up! It was very awful and until now it gives me a creepy feeling everytime I think of that dream.
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@satylot (98)
28 Jul 10
I was enjoying my holidays after my exams and eagerly waiting for the results. I had a dream that I m leaving for exam, as was getting late so I started running.(I cant run fast in my dreams) And I reached late to the exam so i was asked to wait. I sat down on stairs and saw 2 of my friends sitting there.. I woke up in sweat..
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@ada8may21 (2419)
• Philippines
28 Jul 10
I also have nightmares and it was so intense. Before I went to sleep I was watching a horror movie and I was alone that time and the light is turned off. Its really a scary movie that I watched. Its only a local movie however I was really scary that I did not even finish the movie. So I went to sleep and at that night I was dreaming the same act in the movie that the ghost is trying to get near with me and I was trapped in the door and I could not open the door to get out. Until my mom wake me up because I am already shouting.
• United States
28 Jul 10
That must have been scary. That's why I cannot watch any horror movie at night, especially alone. I made the mistake of watching The Ring at night with my roommate in the dark and everytime I closed by eyes all I could see was the girl climbing out of the well. Creepy!
• Philippines
28 Jul 10
night mare for me is, like maintaining my first blog with all the effort that I made, developing and exchanging link offers links, etc... and waking up, I lost all access to my hardwork... It's the most nightmare, you wouldn't want to happen...
• United States
28 Jul 10
That would definitely suck, dweebs.
• Indonesia
28 Jul 10
When I was a kid, I often had nightmares. Most of my nightmares are about ghost, and when I wake up, I feel save and relieved. But dreams are only dreams. The reality is out there.
• United States
28 Jul 10
Very true. Got to keep everything in perspective.
@sender621 (14956)
• United States
28 Jul 10
I hate having a nightmare! Most of the time, bits and pieces of it will stay with me as i try to go back to sleep, Usually it is those little fragments that will keep me awake. i would rather have a sweet dream than a horrible nightmare anytime!
• United States
28 Jul 10
I agree, sweet dreams are SO much better than nightmares.
• United States
28 Jul 10
Most of my nightmares are really grotesque and sick. I can remember dreams of my neighbors being murdered and stuffed into body bags, getting kidnaped and held hostage by an insane woman. My mind does not hold back when it comes to nightmares. I do however have many pleasant dreams which kind of evens everything out. I'd say for every nightmare I have and remember about 10-15 distinct dreams. The worst dreams are the infamous free fall from 1000 feet up sort. It makes my stomach drop like nothing else and I'll wake up with my heart pounding. I fear falling dreams almost as much as nightmares.
• United States
28 Jul 10
Your mind seems like a really interesting place. Especially when you dream. I don't think I ever had the free fall dreams, but it seems terrifying.
• Hong Kong
28 Jul 10
I had a nightmare oftenly that i will be falling down from stairs .I will be seeking support.I will feel so scared and restless during that time.later i woke up and realize thats dream only .really had hard time wit that nightmare.
• United States
28 Jul 10
yikes. Falling down stairs is no fun.
@george000 (166)
• India
28 Jul 10
When I am going home from duty at that time I remember dreaming that I was going walk in a green and beautiful fresh ground. When I reach there no body was there and I walk around as I can see beautiful different flowers and green plant and I feel fresh air gently moving and birds were singing and moving here and there.Suddenly I heard sound from opposite side and I woke up.I was still on my bed .
• United States
28 Jul 10
Wow. That must have felt so real.