posted on May, 24 2011 @ 03:26 PM
This happens to me constantly. Awake, near sleep, waking up. It never happens when I am driving.How odd is that?
It's not always the same voice, and it isn't always yelling.
But in every case it sounds urgent. It's the same sound someone makes if a ball is being thrown at your head and they see it and you don't. It has the
same connotation as "LOOK OUT". You know.
Lets see, the first time I remembering this happen was when I was about 14. I'm 35 now. So it's been pretty much constant my entire life. It happens
at least 2-3 times a week.
It switches between male and female voices. It can sound like my mom, or my dad, an old girlfriend, an old buddy. Dead people, alive people. It's kind
Yeah part of it that is creepy, is often times I hear my name clearly, and recognize it is "just another audio" event, but I also get a sense of and
hear, more words. Muffled words that I can't make out. Sometimes that muffled part can go on for minutes. But it's just gibberish. That muffled part
is one of the reasons I like to have a Fan on when I try to sleep. The fan noise can drown out the muffled talking.
I just write it off as a misfire in my brain. If you spend too much time thinking about it, you end up like the kooks who think they can talk to
Your brain is the single most complicated, and cross wired computer ever made. It's bound to have little errors crop up.
edit on 24-5-2011 by
Butterbone because: addition of text.