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Old 02-22-2013, 10:56 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Freeshadow View Post
The fun thing is it was really like a TV action series. With some minutes of "what happened before" included at each episodes beginning. Were I old enough to write down complex stories I 'd have transcribed the episodes. It was absolutely above my then ability to imagine my own stories so it really was like watching TV. Even better because it was in colour . Don't remember the contents - I think I was about 7 when it happened. Certainly younger than 9. I also had a re-run dream once. 5 days in a row.
These are the two strangest things ever happened to me dream-wise.
The real fun thing is I had a story idea pop into my head based on your earlier posting yesterday. "a character has nightly dreams that tie into a mystery around the old house where he/she is staying/visiting." I can think of several ways that such an idea (involving episodic dreams) could fit into a possible storyline.
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