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    I usually don't have nightmares,but this one still terrifies me. In 2008 I was 3 years old and I was just starting to have nightmares. This one nightmare I would always have and it scared the life out of me. When i would fall asleep i would wake up in my dream.But I wasn't alone, He would come out of my closet When I saw him I screamed and ran,but in the dream there is nowhere to go.He pick me up and throw me out the window it always made a very loud noise but i didn't sound like glass it was like

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    Luna paced back and forth in the throne room, deep in thought. She's always dealt with ponies who experienced nightmares

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    Nightmare Quotes Are you wondering why I would do a blog on nightmare quotes? Perhaps you would prefer that night mares didn’t exist? They occur to alert us what we are repressing or fearful of; to learn more about why we have bad dreams, please read the blog Nightmares are a Gift. Below you will find twelve quotes including two from my book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams. In nightmares we can think the worst. That's what they're for, I guess. - Stephen King You are the keeper of your memories

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    roads as carefully as it possibly could, I was trembling in my bunk. I had woken up at around two in the morning, having woken up from a horrible nightmare. I was thankful the others hadn 't heard me cry out when I snapped out of my dreams, but now I sat alone, recalling the nightmare that was clearly linked to my absurd paranoia. I naturally have nightmares daily, but this one struck much closer to home, hitting my heart in ways others couldn 't. I was with the band and we were rock climbing, having

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    The US National Library of Medicine defines a nightmare as, “a bad dream that brings out strong feelings of fear, terror, distress, or anxiety.” A dream, then, is a series of thoughts or images that happen during the rapid-eye movement (REM) stage of sleep. Research has shown that the biggest amount of common adult dreams are in a category known as “pseudonightmarish” dreams, which is essentially any dream of being in trouble or in danger, being alone and/or trapped, something you don’t have control

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    imagination; Imagination that was perceived as the “ultimate power” (see reference). Fast forwarding to contemporary culture, many of these examples of romanticism are seen in shows such as True Blood, American Horror Story, and Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.

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    The Nightmare Before Christmas begins in a small town, better known as Halloweentown. Here, they have a “Pumpkin King,” who is the ruler/ most significant role model to everyone, and his name is Jack Skellington. Jack begins to feel bored of the same holiday they have every year, Halloween, and he soon stumbles upon trees that are embellished with carved symbols for each holiday. He is intrigued by the door that has a bright green Christmas tree on it adorned with small ornaments and baubles. He

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    The Nightmare Before Christmas starts off in a town that the movie revolves around the whole movie, which is Halloweentown. In this town, they have a “Pumpkin King,” who is the ruler of the town, and his name is Jack Skellington. Jack begins to feel bored of the same old holiday they have every year, Halloween, and he soon stumbles upon trees that are decorated with symbols for each holiday. Jack is intrigued by the door that has a bright green christmas tree on it decorated with little painted-on

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    The Nightmare Before Christmas originated in a poem written by Tim Burton in 1982 that was later published October 13, 1993 as a film with his original hopes of  making “The Nightmare Before Christmas” a short film turned out to be a smashing hit out of his many films. Tim Burton's films often show mysterious worlds filled with wonder and horror that bring us to see the world in new ways that we never knew. In this film just like many other of Burton’s films the character is searching to find a new

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    are in their “world.” For example, Thompson describes how a scary skeleton embarks on a journey and learns of another holiday that is completely different from his world. Edward Ivory is the main voiceover of the Thompson’s 2014 20/20 winner The Nightmare Before Christmas (Jon Reeves). Ivory is given the role of Santa, who is the man to save the day after Jack Skellington, Chris Sarandon, decides to take over Christmas and ruins it all together (Jon Reeves). Jack is bored of being the ruler of Halloweenland

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