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/x/, have you ever seen something gruesome online that just...wouldn't leave you? I'm not sure how else to explain it, but I thought that if anyone would understand, it would be you lot.
To explain: I'd seen the Station Nightclub fire video years ago. Not in its entirety, but enough to know what it was and how horrific those screams could be. It was out of my mind until around a week ago when I stumbled across a list of death caught on video.
The list was classy rather than gore and more about highly influential videos rather than gore. A clearer, uncut version of the fire video was featured, and I watched it.
I don't know what happened. I watched the video, and though I was horrified, I couldn't keep from rewatching. Then I started doing research. I watch the slow motion versions, the ultra clear versions, dug up all the photos, read Killer Show, digging ever detail I could find. It's gotten to the point where I've gotten 4 hours of sleep in the past 3 days because I'm afraid to close my eyes. I'm worried I'll see the images of the crush against the door or hear the man writhing and smoking on the ground screaming for them to turn on the fire hose and douse him with water.
I'm not getting off on this, yet I can't stop myself. What's more, it's terrifying me. It feels like an oppressive cloud floating around me. Has anyone ever had something like this take hold of them?
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This bitch goes down into the catacombs below Odessa with her friends. They get drunk, stupid, and she thinks it would be a good idea to run ahead of them and spook them when they come out. Problem is, they take a turn somewhere and they get separated. Since her friends had the map, she wanders around aimlessly, sobers up, and presumably begins to panic. Her flashlight eventually goes out and she's trapped down there wandering for two days until she eventually succumbs to dehydration.
Her body is found two years later.
Worst way to die? I think yes.
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Disney built the “Treasure Island” resort in Baker’s Bay in the Bahamas. It didn’t START as a ghost town! Disney’s cruise ships would actually stop at the resort and leave tourists there to relax in luxury. This is a FACT. Look it up.
Disney blew $30,000,000 on the place… yes, Thirty Million Dollars. Then they abandoned it.
Disney blamed the shallow waters (too shallow for their ships to safely operate) and there was even blame cast on the workers, saying that since they were from the Bahamas, they were too lazy to work a regular schedule.
That’s where the factual nature of their story ends. It wasn’t because of sand, and it obviously wasn’t because “foreigners are lazy”. Both are convenient excuses.
No, I sincerely doubt those reasons were legitimate. Why don’t I buy the official story? Because of Mowgli’s Palace.
Near the beachside city of Emerald Isle in North Carolina, Disney began construction of “Mowgli’s Palace” in the late 1990s. The concept was a Jungle-themed resort with a large, you guessed it, PALACE in the center of the whole thing.
weird dreams thread
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weird dreams thread? weird dreams thread!
>>suddenly get conscious while dreaming.
>>i am sitting in my bed, talking to a guy that stands at the foot end of my bed but on the bed. he is tall and thin and looks like he's between 40 or 60 years old.
>>we talk about an item we need to find. its an old musket or something like that.
>>he says he may have sensed it in india
>>i reply i think its in western india near the coast, but islands in the indian ocean or norther russia are also possibilities. and i tell him its not his task to find it, thats "our" job. like we are a big group consisting of hundreds of people.
>>suddenly i get more awake, i realise there are red-orange and white glowing cracks in the walls and on the ceiling. and i realise this shit can't be real.
>>white flashlight dazzles me, the man writhes and disappears.
>>i wake up, sitting on my bed, staring in the dark. my eyes are burning. its 5 o'clock in the morning
happened last night and scared me shitless.
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Lets talk astral projection /x/. Experiences, methods, and theories about it in general.
For the past year I've been attempting to do this, and have come close on a few occasions. Last night I went to bed as usual with the thought in my mind that I was going to succeed. As I was falling into sleep, I caught myself and went into sleep paralysis. When I got into this state I started to experience the usual hypnagogic hallucinations, this time I heard voices calling out my name. I remained calm and relaxed my mind. I drifted into another state, and when I heard the distant buzzing noise that got progressively louder, I knew I was close.
The vibrations started to come in waves, moving all throughout my body. I attempted to control them, and forced them into my feet, and back up to my head. After I gained control over these intense vibrations I knew it was time to attempt to separate my astral body from my physical body. I used the "rope" method, where you picture a rope on your ceiling and you grab it and pull yourself out of your body.
I imagined myself becoming separated, and reached out with my hand for the rope. Instead of my physcial hand reaching out, something else happened. It was not my physcial hand at all, rather what I would call my astral hand. It had a greenish color to it and was slightly transparent. When I witnessed this, I knew I had done it, but unfortunately I became too excited about my success that I snapped out of it and came out of sleep paralysis.
I'm happy that I finally got to this stage, I just wish I could have went further. Tonight I am trying again, with the intent on full separation.