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    GriffsMommy
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    I used to get nightmares from scary things on tv and stuff but now I've been having these really weird dreams since I started taking Wygesic for pain. I had a nightmare last week before my cousin came that I watched her and her son being murdered and then had to go and tell her parents. I woke up w/ tears running down my face. I hate dreams like that. I think I'd be worried to watch or read something scary now that I'm having such weird dreams w/o scary stuff, lol

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  • waterflow
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    I've been having nightmares for years from nothing. I wake up not knowing where I am too and I'm not even reading or watching anything scary. WHo is the crazy one? Just make sure you don't read the book alone in the house, on a dark rainy day. I did that once and every noise spooked me. I don't go for the scary kinds really but someone sent me the book saying it was good so I read and I too couldn't put it down. Sweat and all I made it to the end. Book was a little soggy on the covers but I read it. Couldn't pass it on to anyone tho.

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  • Sarojini
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    I normally don't get nightmares from anything either, but around the holidays I read this very realistic book about bioterrorism called "Sleeper Cell" and it made me have a horrible night of nightmares the day I finished it. LOL It happens sometimes... BUT, if I do recall properly, I was also about to get my period at the time

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  • traceann
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    LOL, I think in this case - nightmarish is very accurate indeed! Yeah, the others have not bothered me because on a level you know they are "silly", if that makes sense, like killer clowns, vampires, etc. But this one - yikes! The Stand somewhat got me, due to the nature of it being a "Super Flu", but it's one of my favorites...if I can just get through this one without being sleep deprived and crazy, I'll be doing good!

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  • ICNDonna
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    I can read almost anything without nightmares, but Stephen King I can't! Except for the ones that are totally inane --- the realistic ones are just too "nightmarish!"

    Donna

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  • traceann
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    started a topic Nightmares, lol

    Nightmares, lol

    I can't believe it - I can usually read any scary book, watch any scary movie (except for the very first "Nightmare on Elm Street way back when, lol) and not have any troubles at all.

    WELL, my mom-in-law knows I love love love Stephen King so she got me his book "Cell" for Christmas this past year. I finally was able to start reading it this week, since I had a backlog of books to read and catch up on. This book just gets to me somehow - and the past two nights I have actually had nightmares! I never do from books or anything! This has me baffled. I didn't hardly get any sleep last night, ugh. Kept "forcing myself to wake up", one time I didn't realize where I was! This is nuts! I am hoping that being on my period and the hormones are what's making me crazy... And of course I am totally hooked on the book now and just HAVE to keep reading to find out how it ends!!! It's a catch-22!
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