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    Day Three: Intensive Journaling

    by , 02-16-2018 at 05:29 AM (137 Views)
    Fell asleep at: 10:30

    Woke up at: 7:10

    Missing: 75℅ Of Humanity

    The dream starts with me touring an apartment complex in some big city. A movie theater is directly in front of the apartments, and I'm reminded of a city in Mexico (Those on the border to be more exact).

    I look down into the city, and realize NOBODY is around. NOBODY. Not even a few civilians walking around, nope, nothing.

    Naturally, I freak out. I try to look up information on my phone, which makes reference to some biblical catastrophe which would wipe out 75% of the population. But, I didn't process all of that information, and thought it was zombies that did it. Yes.

    So, when my family came over, I proceeded to barricade the doors when it came time to sleep. I wake up in the early hours of the morning when a group of teen survivors (Two boys and one girl) come walking up the stairs and into the hallway.

    The lights are off, and all three of them are carrying candles, presumably because their phones died. I let them pass, and went back to bed.

    Me and my family had spent a couple of days surviving in those apartments, when my mom decided it was time to get out of there because of the cramped living situation. We gathered up our food supply, loaded all of our stuff into the trunk, and just before we left...


    They weren't hostile or anything, but there were very few of them to speak of. Maybe 4 or 5 people were out in the open.

    My mom beckons me back into the car, and we went off to Tennessee.
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    1. DawnEye11's Avatar
      This dream reminds me of the question whether or not someone would get scared if they saw no one around after stepping out of their house. I always felt I wouldn't be fearful. However, you cant help but assume the worst, like a zombie apocalypse when you don't come across anyone for a while.
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    2. Jdoggad's Avatar
      I guess it was more about paranoia than anything. I saw no zombies, no corpses lying on the streets, only except for, like, six whole dream characters.

      Maybe with a little bit more training I would have realized right off the bat that it was a dream. I mean, even in Mexico there's a lot of people roaming the city streets, possibly more so than in America.
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    3. DawnEye11's Avatar
      Yeah, hopefully you'll realize next time it happens. Nice, i guess that gives you the upper hand.It really depends where you are in America though. I can think of places that are crowded with people from the top of my head but it depends on the time and day.