Throughout the years I've had "experiences" as I've described them. Dreams that have come true relative to births, deaths, and other life events pertaining mostly to those in my daily life. This "experience" was different in that it was unexpected and not someone I knew of personally.
I had a dream that was so vivid, I awoke sobbing into my pillow, and immediately dialed my daughter-in-law to tell someone the details before I lost them. In the dream, I was in the garage of a home that was in the process of being abandoned. By this, I mean to say the family that lived there was moving, and had left some items behind. In the garage was a white stand alone freezer. I walked towards it and noticing there was no lock, only a latch, opened it. Inside, was a small boy about five or six, with dark hair and features.
I asked the boy what he was doing there and he told me he only lived a few houses away but had accidentally locked himself in the freezer. He thanked me for keeping him company as I assured him everything would be okay. I asked him his name, but before he could answer, we fast forwarded into a hospital room. There were flowers, and people I didn't recognize. The little boy was in the bed and he told me I was right. He thanked me for being there with him and for making him feel safe. I woke up and called my daughter-in-law.
The next morning, she called me frantic, yelling at me to hurry up and turn on the morning news. I caught the end of the segment. In one county over from us, a little boy who had been lost was found by a search party two houses down from his own locked in a freezer. It seemed the neighbors had been moving and the boy wandered into the unlocked garage. They showed his picture and I immediately knew he was the little boy from my dream.
My daughter-in-law made me promise never to tell her if I dreamed anything about her. To this day I can't shake that dream, and I wish I knew how to channel and use my dreams to help people. I plan to learn more.