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The Red-eyed Man

 

My name is Isabelle. I'm thirteen and, despite all of the weird things that happen, I still have a bit of trouble fully believing strange, impossible things.

A while ago, I had a dream that I was in a building that I didn't recognize with my close friend. One of the walls had these big windows, and when I looked out I saw a man standing in the snow. He was sickly pale, almost translucent, and he had red eyes. And all he did was stare at us. I remember nudging my friend and saying, "There he is again."

I woke up then, feeling relieved that the dream was over because it was extremely unnerving. But then I looked up and saw the red-eyed man standing in my room, still staring like he was moments before in the dream. I rarely have night terrors, but I know what they are: hallucinations where parts of your dream seep into reality. I knew what I was seeing wasn't real, so I just closed my eyes and went back to sleep.

But then, just yesterday, I decided to tell my friend about the dream, the same one that was in it. After I finished telling her she told me that she had the exact same one, with me in it and everything. She then asked me if it was snowing in mine too, which it was. All of the details of our dreams matched up.

I've been trying to find some kind of logic in this, but it just doesn't make sense. I've never seen that building before, and have never seen any movies with a scene like that. The dream came out of nowhere. Not only was it exactly the same for both of us, but we both had the same night terror afterwards.

Could that be just a crazy coincidence? I just want to know what other people think, because I have no idea what to make of it. How is it possible to have the exact same dream when it had nothing to do with anything for both of us?

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Rosetta1 (1 stories) (76 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-11-26)
Hmm...well I can say that he's probably not a demon. He could merely be a spirit of anger and sadness. They communicate with humans from time to time to release some of the emotions that they've been holding for so long.
izzybella06 (4 stories) (15 posts)
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8 years ago (2012-11-26)
Rosetta1,

In the dream, I remember having an unnerving feeling when I saw the man. I was afraid of what he might do. My friend was scared too. When I pointed him out, I think she had the same feeling because she turned away and closed her eyes. Basically all I felt was dread. I don't know why he was there, but I felt like he was dangerous.
Rosetta1 (1 stories) (76 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-11-24)
y6ou and your friend could have a telepathic connection and that may be why you both had the same dream. One of you somehow unconsciously "sent" the dream to the other. The man though... While he sounds familar, I don't think you nor I should make sudden conculsions about his origin and purpose. What kind of feelings did you ave when you saw him. Tell me all of them, no matter how small and irrelevant they seem. Emotionsm are very similar to meassages:they are trying to tell you somethigmn all the time, whether they make sense or not.
izzybella06 (4 stories) (15 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-11-24)
Psychicgirl18,

I never really thought about that possibility. I haven't seen him again, though.
Psychicgirl18 (3 stories) (69 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-11-24)
Hi, it sounds like what your dealing with might be a demon.

I could be wrong though, have you seen him again?

Don't worry though, you'll be ok, just don't show any fear.

You can always ask your spirit guides, and call on angels to protect you.
izzybella06 (4 stories) (15 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-11-23)
Psychicgirl18,

Yes, the man did seem scary both in the dream and when I woke up. I had this terrible, unnerving feeling when I saw him. And when I woke up, I was afraid to open my eyes again because I didn't want to see him. I really have no idea what caused the dream, but I was definitely afraid of the man. My friend was as well.
Cattydee (12 stories) (161 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-11-22)
It's very possible to have the same exact dream. Do you know anything about the man. Also some people can control of enter others' dreams so maybe someone did that with you two or maybe it was the guy...
Psychicgirl18 (3 stories) (69 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-11-22)
Hi Isabelle, the man sounds like something I've seen before, and I knoow it might scare you, but showing it fear won't help.

When you saw him 9 yrur dream and when you woke up, did he look or seem scary?

If you need help, let me know via comments or email it's on my profile.

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