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#16 Ravenwood



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Posted 14 March 2004 - 06:56 PM

Hit in the head with a baseball bat at age of three.Heard voices then and now.Knew my Grandfather died back in Maine when coming home on a school bus when I lived in Oak Ridge before anyone told me.Knew when my Aunt Rae died.Same year gramps went I think.She lived in the Mojavi desert in California.
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Posted 18 March 2004 - 02:50 PM

Don't know how many of you got sent off to bed with "Sleep tight....don't let the bedbugs bite!"  I did.  I can remember waking up from a dream (nightmare?) and seeing bugs all over my bed. I screamed loud enough to wake my grandmother, who slept in the room with me.  I had to be younger than 3, because that's when my grandmother bought a double bed for us to use instead of her bed and my crib.

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Posted 19 March 2004 - 01:36 PM

Well, it wasn't necessarily traumatic, but I do remember being a baby in my crib.  I was able to describe it accurately to my parents years later, much to their surprise.  I do have one traumatic memory from when I was about 2 or 3...I had a Raggedy Ann doll that I was totally inseperable from...one day, the family dog ate it.  I still remember the sight of the shredded doll.  Interestingly, my parents never seemed to connect that with the fact that, after this time, I developed a strong aversion to dolls of any sort( except Barbies, but I never played with them in the usual sense, I merely used them as mannequins for my budding sewing/fashion design skills), actually becoming furiously angry with other children for making their dolls talk and have personality, and scientifically dissecting any dolls given to me by well-meaning relatives.  Now, oddly enough, as an adult I DO sleep with a rag doll that I made and find it has greatly reduced my troubles with insomnia and nightmares, so much so that I highly recommend it to anyone having trouble sleeping well...
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Posted 19 March 2004 - 07:31 PM

    I remeber strange dreams I had, or at least what seemed to be dreams...

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Posted 20 March 2004 - 03:01 PM


I tend to sleep with my stuffed bunny, not the same exact reason but some context
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Posted 28 March 2004 - 10:47 PM

i have an extremely early recollection that until recently i had always dismissed as a dream or something i made up at a young age.  just the other day my mother was asking me what my earliest memory was.  so, i told her that i remember being at my father's house, but my mom wasn't there because they were divoreced, and that i remember being wrapped in a light blue blanket on my dad's bed.  the next thing i remember was my dad rushing in and grabbing me.  i remember a lot of smoke and flames coming from the kitchen as he carried me through the house to the outside.  when i told her about this she just sat there with her mouth wide open.  she confirmed that that really did happen, and that my dad had a pizza in the oven and fell asleep while it caught fire.  she told me that i wasn't even a year old yet.  i knew that i was very young at that time because i remember feeling helpless and just had a feeling of being VERY small, a very strange feeling that i can't really explain.  after that i went on to tell about other memories, and it seems i have many, many memories from very young ages.  

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Posted 29 March 2004 - 02:47 AM

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Posted 25 June 2004 - 07:14 PM

I don't know if this actually happened or was a dream from a picture that's lying around my house. There's a photo of a live boradcast at some news station somewhere and I remember walking down some stairs and there were lots of lights on the ceiling. I told my mom about that and I think she said that they went somewhere like that and it was before I was born. This was so long ago that I don't remember if I got the story straight, but I do know that I remember being there and what was around me.

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