swbluto wrote: ↑
Dec 06, 2017 8:26 am
All these leads seem /a little/ farfetched.
The idea she went out with a band member is pretty believable. Concern me much? Not really.
What do I think of your dream leads? Let me compare them to my dream of Monday night. This woman I knew, not seeing her around now, tells me that her mother is the one trying to kill me and she's about to try something. This leads to the supposed daughter saying "If she keeps trying she's going to succeed."
So could this woman have had a child before I'd even met her in college? It was suggested to me that she had indeed been pregnant years earlier and her parents sent her off to handle matters in private, but it just sounded like a rumor. So I met this girl while she was growing up, she took to talking to me once she was an adult, etc. But never has a connection between her an Psycho Cindy ever come up.
Guess what? It's just some crazy nonsense from a dream. I do remember someone she knew had seen an incident where the Psycho had tried to run me over and was really upset and went on about it for awhile, so this one was asking me about it. She was trying to make excuses that maybe it wasn't as bad as it sounded. But sometimes people just find something too hard to believe.
Do I think this is the daughter? No. Do I think Psycho is TALKING to whatever daughter about "Oh, hey, remember this guy I try to kill whenever I have a bad and see him? I think I have a plan. . . ?" Do I think dreams are psychic or somehow true stories? NO.
One of my older sisters had a daughter in high school and gave her up for adoption. So when I was in college I met this family that had what I thought was their own daughter, who one day came looking for her natural mother through the family doctor and she found me. You never know where they can me, right? But that's still unlikely. She finds her natural mother and is spending time with her, but has just happened to have met me? Not impossible, but such a stretch.
But you believe in stretches, don't you? Ockham's Razor? Never, eh? Not possible that the simplest possible explanation is nearly always the correct one. For you, anyway.