I've come to notice that every time I get stressed, I have dreams/nightmares of zombies. They always consist of massive amounts of zombies that I'm either trying to fight through or witnessing armies of zombies attacking people third person.
I had my first real hallucination and guess what it was about...ZOMBIES!!! probably the worst thing I ever saw in my life, I felt so alone... I didn't know what to do, everything was horrible, I thought I was bleeding from my face and everything was dead, I can't even explain how horrible it was..
The first time I seen dawn of the dead 2004 edition I started having terrible nightmares but I loved them I couldn't get enough I even sometimes watch the movie when I go to sleep so that the sounds would guide my dreams but I never had them again
Hmmm...never spotted ths thread before.
I have a recurring nightmare/panic dream which feels very, very real at the time.
I'm clambering through derelict buildings trying to run from dozens of screaming infected....exactly like the ones 28 Days Later.
They even make the same screaming sounds! There are a handful of survivors but I don't know any of them. We all scatter as they run after us.
Some of the buildings are falling down and I climb higher to evade them..damn, they are fast.
I still do... But, I have to tame my fear of Zombie horde by watching more Z movies, searching more info about it every time and the most important thing to do are increasing my self-ability of martial arts, shooting, running and surviving. Trust me, sister do so and you'd live !
Stay safe and aware... :)
I have zombie dreams once in awhile, usually work related. I read in one of those dream dictionaries that zombies represent hidden enemies. However like dreaming about stuff after seeing it earlier in the day, sometimes zombies are just that, zombies.
I went into research facility for work experience and they were testing behavior modifying drugs on animals, some went mental some died, it was so 28 days later would have had nightmares if it wasn't for my dream catcher