I Saw it Once Before in a Dream
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Short Horror Story About A Character’s Confusion As To Whether Their Dream Was Only A Coincidence.

I Saw it Once Before in a Dream

It began on one rainy night in September.

It began on one rainy night in September. I experienced a frightening nightmare that managed to tear me awake.

It began on one rainy night in September. I experienced a frightening nightmare that managed to tear me awake. I dreamed that my wife of 11 years got into a terrible car accident that left her paralyzed.

The following morning, I reluctantly told her goodbye as she was on her way to work.

The following morning, I reluctantly told her goodbye as she was on her way to work. I didn't want to inform her of my nightmare, as she may have told me that it was nothing more than just a dream.

It may have only been a harmless dream, but something about it felt true.

It may have only been a harmless dream, but something about it felt true. True and abnormal.

Hours rolled past, as morning became afternoon.

Hours rolled past, as morning became afternoon. I was so consumed by fear that I had refused to attend work that day.

Hours rolled past, as morning became afternoon. I was so consumed by fear that I had refused to attend work that day. Instead, I sat on the couch staring at the clock hoping that I would see her walk through the door come 6:30 pm.

It was currently 6:17 pm.

As I sat there being hypnotized by the ticking of the clock, I heard a call come in.

As I sat there being hypnotized by the ticking of the clock, I heard a call come in. I quickly grabbed my phone out of my pocket and looked at the screen.

As I sat there being hypnotized by the ticking of the clock, I heard a call come in. I quickly grabbed my phone out of my pocket and looked at the screen. It was my wife.

As I sat there being hypnotized by the ticking of the clock, I heard a call come in. I quickly grabbed my phone out of my pocket and looked at the screen. It was my wife. I hastily answered the call.

“Hello, honey?!” I blurted.

“Hello, honey?!” I blurted. I was taken aback as a masculine voice shot through the phone.

“Hello, honey?!” I blurted. I was taken aback as a masculine voice shot through the phone. “Good Evening, are you the husband of a woman named Angela Stromelle?”

With speed and apprehension, I replied.

With speed and apprehension, I replied. “Yes, I'm her husband, Mark. Who are you?!”

“I'm with the Los Angeles Police Department. I'm calling to inform you that your wife has gotten into a fatal car crash and is being transported to the hospital as we speak.

I was at a complete loss for words.

I was at a complete loss for words. With trembling hands and a deep pit in my stomach, I got in my car and darted to the emergency room.

I was at a complete loss for words. With trembling hands and a deep pit in my stomach, I got in my car and darted to the emergency room. When I arrived, I stormed up to her room where I saw her laying down with very little energy.

I busted into tears as I saw the horrific state that she was currently in.

I busted into tears as I saw the horrific state that she was currently in. Sobbing uncontrollably, I kissed her forehead and held onto her hand.

I busted into tears as I saw the horrific state that she was currently in. Sobbing uncontrollably, I kissed her forehead and held onto her hand. Within about thirty seconds, the doctor came into the room.

His face dripping with distress and discomfort.

His face dripping with distress and discomfort. He began to speak.

“I'm sorry this had to happen Mr. Stromelle. She isn't looking too well, unfortunately. The impact may render her unable to control the lower half of her body; her waist downwards.”

I could feel the inside of my body collapsing as he spoke, yet, I felt nothing at the same time.

I could feel the inside of my body collapsing as he spoke, yet, I felt nothing at the same time. I couldn't react.

I could feel the inside of my body collapsing as he spoke, yet, I felt nothing at the same time. I couldn't react. I knew this was coming, after all.

It couldn't have been just a coincidence.

That night after arriving home, I dared not to fall asleep, as I feared what I may have dreamt.

That night after arriving home, I dared not to fall asleep, as I feared what I may have dreamt. I was petrified that I might lose her for good.

That night after arriving home, I dared not to fall asleep, as I feared what I may have dreamt. I was petrified that I might lose her for good. That my nightmares would manifest into reality once more.

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