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Dreams that Were Actually True


I am now 32 but remember vividly when I was about 10 or 11, I had a dream about a young man with a quiff, wearing a leather jacket jumping off a cliff. The next morning I heard on the radio that the actor that played the original Mark from Eastenders had committed suicide by throwing himself off Beachy Head in Eastbourne. His character on Eastenders always wore a leather jacket & had a quiff. I was so astounded at the news that I told my step sister, but she just laughed and thought that I was joking.

Another dream I had was after my friends grandad died. I used to call him Grandad too. One night I had a dream about him. He had bright blue eyes, and lived in Eastbourne. On the table he had a pack of cards and on the wall was a darts board. I only knew him from the age of 14 for about a year, but when I told his family of my dream they were amazed. Before he had his illness (emphysema), his eyes were bright blue, his favorite games were darts and cards and he used to go fishing in Eastbourne. How weird!

Another strange thing that actually happened was when I was in primary school and a parents concert was going to happen, so a few of us were selected to go under stage to pile up chairs. It was all lit up but we decided to turn off the lights and scare each other. We were laughing and joking when all of a sudden, I saw a pair of eyes flash red where my friend was standing. (I knew it was her because I could hear her voice). I absolutely freaked out and afterwards my teacher kept on saying that it must have been a flash of light, but I knew what I saw. It was like being in a cellar and I saw no shafts of light shining through the gaps. The thing that gets me now is that my friend's father actually committed suicide by hanging himself about a year or two later!

Some of you readers might not believe this but it is really true.

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Katie (guest)
16 years ago (2007-09-01)
omg I hope that man wasn't wearing jeans, brown leather jacket, grey hair, height medium kind of bit fat cause I saw a man like that but he just walked past in my dream then he disappeared weird you know those red eyes that's a demon I got told and heard it on a real story when they were joking about demons and the demon came after them.
ruth (guest)
16 years ago (2007-07-11)
I believe you one hundred percent. And if I were you I would do some reaserch on the place where your old school was built. P.s. What's a quiff
Abby (99 posts)
16 years ago (2007-07-08)
Dear Tracy,

I can relate to your stories, especially your precognitive dream stories. I have had such dreams too where the dream comes true in 3D reality. Sometimes the precognitive dreams are about others I know like family and friends, those I do not know well or will learn about later (after the dream) and also dreams about myself. There are also those that involve events, as well as like you also mention some famous people or things going on in current events.

May I suggest to keep a dream journal or if you are technical use a voice recorder or video camera to record your dreams. This way you will have a record of your dream to refer to when the dream comes true, as well as proof for yourself and/or others if they might be interested in it. It also keeps your senses sharp when you use them continually through out your daily life.--Abby
psychic13 (3 stories) (29 posts)
16 years ago (2007-07-07)
i believe you. Don't let anybody tell you that you are just imagining it. When humankind was a caveman they had to depend on their instincts more than we do now. Even though we don't need them as much we should always trust them. 😊

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