PRISONER ATTACKED BY SHADOWS
I am in prison and have the most terrible experience
at night about every three months for the last six years.
The last time it happened I was tossing and turning
and trying to get to sleep when a strange dark power
pulled me off the bed and pushed me against the wall.
My cell mate stood screaming but when I looked at him
again he was fast asleep. I don't know whether these
experiences are dreams or something real. The doctor
will probably say they are only nightmares but if they
are real what can he do?
A worried inmate-H M Prison
confinement can create some very disturbing hallucinations.
People deprived of all sensory stimuli, under experimental
conditions, find it difficult to distinguish between
dream and reality. Prison with it's continual boredom
and routine create a similar environment.
You are probably
having a lucid dream that is as real as your waking
experience. The conditions you describe may also be
linked to Narcolepsy and sleep paralysis. Your doctor
would be familiar with the problems caused by prison
life and should be able to help.
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