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  1. sky
    September 17, 2012 @ 5:00 am

    it’s not really good!


  2. Lola
    September 14, 2012 @ 2:45 pm

    I sleep walk when I’m under a great deal of stress. I’m twice widowed, and although it was never caught on video, my husband told me that he and my son couldn’t find me in the house the next morning. The car was gone and so was I at 6:00a.m. Here, I was in my nightgown, drove to the Philadelphia International Airport (25 minutes away), and what woke me up, I was at the fence of where the planes take off etc., the sound woke me up. I was in shock when I saw where I was and what I was wearing. After that, my husband and son, found me in closets, under the coffee table (thinking I was buried alive in a coffin), and other weird places. Yes, every night keys were taken away from me, locks were changed on all the windows and doors including the closets and so much more. Both husbands are now deceased, my son isn’t around, so I have no idea what I do, or, if I even sleep walk anymore. This video got my attention, but, she in her eyes looked like she was on drugs or something. So I’m not certain if this was an act or what. I do have one polarode picture that my girlfriend took when she stayed here and I was ill, whereas I took pictures of my full freezer. She showed it to me the next morning and said she would never talk to a sleep walker as they can become violent. Still have that picture somewhere


  3. Bev
    September 13, 2012 @ 7:38 pm

    OMG…..Sleep walking can get dangerous. I sure hope I don’t do it. Don’t think I do or someone would have told me. I know of people that had kids who sleep walk and they had to get special locks for their doors to be sure they didn’t get outside while asleep.


  4. Ruby
    September 13, 2012 @ 4:40 pm

    Weird …..


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