I am new to this and I don't really know what I am getting into or what to expect but I have the urge to tell someone about my stories. I hope you enjoy what I am about to tell you and I hope someone can help me understand why this is happening to me and I am not alone.
As long as I can remember, I have always had very vivid flashes and dreams. By visions I mean I quickly see a dangerous scenario in my head and then I fear it is going to happen; as a side note, I am pretty sure I have some sort of paranoia disorder because of this. Along with the visions that occur when I am awake and at any time I have extremely vivid dreams.
Visions: These visions I experience are very surreal and often leave me terrified, they can happen at any moment without warning. The always involve a loved one being killed or myself but they are usually of the wall situations.
The first time one of my visions came true was last year. I was at the mall and it started to storm outside so my friend and I went into Macy's to look around. We decided to go up the escalator but right before we stepped onto it I got a vision in my head of us being half way up the escalator, lightening strikes the building which causes the escalator steps to go flat which then cause everyone in front of us to come crashing down and killing us. So right before we stepped on, I grabbed my friends arm and turned ghost white but I thought this is stupid and I told myself to go up the damn escalator. Well we are half way up and CRACK! Lightening hits the building and the escalator comes to a stop with us half way up it. I start freaking out and trample over everyone to get to the top of the escalator in case it goes flat. I am crying hysterically (people must think I am a freak) and my friend just looks at me like I'm nuts.
Another experience I had was while I was out of the country. I was in Italy and I had this vision that something happened to my car while I was gone. I called my mom and asked her if my car was ok and she said, "Yeah, why would you even ask that?" Turns out she was lying and she wrecked my car just a few hours earlier in a Blockbuster parking lot and did not want to tell me until I got home! My mom found this really odd and told my boyfriend who then called me and was a little freaked out about it and he spilled the beans on my mom.
Dreams that come true: I have had several dreams that have come true but I am going to tell you about the 3 most vivid and real.
1. I had a dream that my one of my mom's dogs (Killer) died. In my dream I did not know exactly how he died but I knew it had something to do with his mouth area. In my dream I watched him die, he was struggling with his mouth and it was all wet like he had been licking it or spitting up. So I woke and called my mom and she was really freaked out because she had brought Killer to the vet because he was chocking on a piece of toy he had chewed off and was lodged in his throat.
2. Another dream about dogs. I had a dream that my mom's dogs Roxy and Killer were at our condo running down the handicap ramp by the pool. They were running so fast that they could not slow down and right into the pool. Killer drowned and Roxy had tried to save him. The next day (at my house not condo) I let the dogs out on the patio and they went running and ran right into the pool and Roxy got out on her own but Killer would not of been able to of gotten out if I was not there and he would of died.
3. This dream occurred last December while I was at college. I had a dream that my father died and I was at his funeral. I don't remember how he died but it was sudden because I did not see it coming. So I woke up unusually early and called my mom and sure enough, my dad has a heart attack overnight and was in the hospital. She was going to wait until 9am to call me because she didn't want me to have a panic attack and drive home by myself.
If you read all of that I congratulate you! I don't know if these are just mere coincidences or something else. They really affected me and meant something to me and I guess that is all that really matters when it comes down to it.