When I was about 13 years old, my whole family used to camp out on the floor in our living room using sleeping bags, just for fun. One night, I had a bad fever that I didn't know I actually had, and I awoke in the middle of the night. I looked at the center of the room and I saw a rock with a snake moving over it. I didn't panic, I simply looked over at my mother and said, "There's a snake in the middle of the room." She sat up and looked around, and told me there wasn't and to go back to sleep. Apparently I did as I was told because I don't remember anything else until waking up.

On many occasions I have had a certain hallucination where I feel as though there is a ball of yarn in my hand that is growing. It terrifies me beyond belief and I end up crying about it, even to this day (although it's only happened once or twice in my teen years). While this has happened, I have also seen two large doors with chains on them. I later learned people describe this place as "the rift" between dimensions. Supposedly if you go through the door, you die. Lucky me.

Sparklepaws Sparklepaws
18-21, M
6 Responses May 25, 2008

Im glad you didn't get hurt.

I actually live in a town called Floyd xD<br />
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Interestingly enough, these all happened BEFORE I took meds, so they were results of the fever itself.

What, here in open forum? OK, here goes. Once upon a time there was........Hie Hie Hie

Seen some things and gone some places myself. Glad that's part of the past, think it has done some permanent damage.

Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb, hie hie hie

Prescription medicine isn't what it used to be, that's for sure.