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In The Post-War City
In The Post-War City
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In The Post-War City

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By Halloween Harlequin on 11-03-2009
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RE: Pillow Dangers

Too fatigued to rise and return it to the bookcase, I slid an autographed tome beneath my pillow instead. This resulted in a horrible nightmare that involved characters from the story. I would not advise that anyone try to replicate or experiment with this scenario. I barely escaped. The Dream World was not only vivid but quite dangerous.
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By Nemonymous on 11-03-2009
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HH, the phenomenon of pillowgeist is far more common than people realise. Thanks for the timely warning.
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