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I dreamt of almost being killed by an unknown man who killed my friend

I was with two of my friends and we saw an old cabin in the woods. I was hesitant but my friends said it would be fun. We then entered the cabin and saw that it was very dusty, old and messy. As we explored the rooms, there was one that was full of hanging chains and when I tried to look closer, there were footsteps coming from the front door. Me and my friends immediately ran in one of the rooms (I think it was a kid’s bedroom) and saw that there was a ladder going up the ceiling. We immediately climbed on it and we were so frightened. Then one by one we were pulled down by a man. I then lost consciousness and woke up in a vehicle. I wasn’t gagged or tied, just sitting with my friends. Then I saw another vehicle tailing behind. I tried to jump but a man grabbed me and the man with a scar on his right eye driving the tailing vehicle gave me a smirk. I jumped out of the vehicle as soon as I saw a gas station with several soldiers. I ran and ran and the man with the scar on his eye was looking for me. I screamed at the soldiers and told them that I was being followed and they want to kill me. The man who was chasing me vanished and the soldiers brought me home and asked me where my friends were. I told them the about the cabin and was brought back home. My mom doesn’t know what happened and I felt so scared that those men might come back for me and I kept on crying until she asked me what happened. I told her everything and felt a little better. Then while I was about to sleep, I saw a vision of my friends hanging upside down, naked, and were covered with blood. I then woke up.

Posted 1 year ago

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