posted on Aug, 12 2012 @ 06:44 PM
The subject matter of the dream I had 2 nights ago was scary as all be all, but I dreamed in an entirely new way that I have never experienced before-
which is what made it the coolest ever!
In the dream I started out as a police detective tracking a serial killer who had kidnapped a new victim. I was seeing and experiencing everything
from the police detectives body and mind. Then I jumped bodies and was seeing and experiencing everything from the victims perspective, then from the
perspective of another officer working the case, then from the body of a witness. Next it was from the serial killer that I saw and experienced
everything, and then finally I was the original detective again!
The entire dream was completely realistic and everything was in vivid color. While I was the killer I saw myself in the mirror and looked a lot like
Ralph Fiennes. As victim I was a young girl with long blond hair. As detective I was an older man- near retirement age would be my best guess- wearing
a dark navy suit with blue and red striped tie. As the witness I was a young black woman in some sort of work uniform with khaki colored pants and a
burgandy colored shirt., and as the other officer working the case I was a young man in my late 20s to early 30s with light brown hair and a
As I was each character in the dream I had completely different emotions and thought processes. However I stayed completely aware that the entire
thing was simply a dream that I was having while safe at home in bed. It's got to be the strangest dream I've ever had in my life!
Before anyone asks- no, I did not watch any police shows before bed. I'm not into them, and I usually go watch something else in another room when my
husband watches that kind of stuff. And yes, we got the killer.
This was a unique dream experience for me. I have never before had a dream which I experienced from so many different perspectives. I thought it was
cool and that I would share it with you. Figured some of you might have some interesting perspectives on it.
Anyhow, thanks for taking the time to share this with me!