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The Murker of My Nightmare

Posted on September 4, 2009

This is the scariest thing that has ever happened to me.

Ok so I had the weirdest dream thing over my lovely weekend. I had this nightmare about a reporter talking to a sailor about local shark attacks and she was on a jet ski. So after the interview she takes off to go back to shore. The place that she is interviewing the man is part of the ocean and was surrounded by this blow up wall and the water on the other side was dark, like very dark.

OK so her boat crosses over into the black water and that’s when it gets weird. So as she is steering her boat back into clear water, I felt (no other word can describe it) someone whisper in my head “The Murker”, it was like 1,000 whispers all at once. I don’t know why but I was gripped with absolute terror.

I tried to wake up but it was like I couldn’t pull my mind out of the dream. It was terrifying. When I woke up I sat in my room for a second then it got really really cold. I could see my breath and then this black shadow started at my bed and started to creep up my wall. As it creeped up it broke into pieces so it began to look like small people and all this time in my head were the whispers. It was like the darkness itself had a solidity.

I could barley move like I was in a big bowl of Jell-O. I felt the air around me move and slither through my fingers. I freaked out and woke Greg (my hubby) up. He woke up and instantly felt the cold. He asked me what happened because I was uber pale and was in tears.

It took me a few minutes before I could speak. If I tried to tell him the word it would just come out as mumbles like my mouth was being held. I told him what happened and I asked him if he knew what the word meant. I thought maybe that I just had a night terror because of something that was in his video he was playing as I feel asleep.

So we looked up the word and it is old English meaning the darkness, the gloom, or the fog or one of the darkness. I was like, oh my God! I stayed up until the sun came up before I could go back to sleep with the light on in my room till then. My hubby, who is the biggest skeptic I know, was freaked out and had no problem sleeping with the lights on. This is the scariest experience I have ever been through. I don’t believe it was just a night terror because I was able to get up and get a glass of water and go to the bathroom before I noticed the shadow.

Please help. If anyone knows more about what the word means or anyone had a similar experience please comment.

Written by Cheryl Rae, Copyright 2009




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Comments

8 Responses to “The Murker of My Nightmare”
  1. Karen M. says:

    I googled the word “murker”, and in the urban dictonary it says that a murker is a man that looks under the covers of another man while he is asleep, the sleeping man being the murkee!

  2. Pat says:

    I don’t know a whole lot about night terrors but it almost seemed as though you pulled something out of your dream OR something that was happening in your bedroom made you have that dream- I do believe the two are linked somehow… have you lived in your house long? Have you ever had anbything even similar to this happen before??? I would advise a house blessing……

  3. Karen M. says:

    Pat, I don’t know if I’m agreeing with you, do you really think it’s possible to “pull something out of a dream”? I’ve heard of that before!

  4. Karen M. says:

    I’ve never heard of that before, I keep messing up!

  5. Cheryl-Rae says:

    I moved into my home in Jan of this year and it was the first house I felt 100% safe in. I have always had really bad dreams but this wasn’t like any of the others. In previous homes that I have lived in I never felt comfortable alone and I would have horrible nightmares. I didn’t feel that way in this home until after the dream and now sometimes I feel like I am not alone and get a feeling of extreme terror but it passes pretty quickly. But in general i still feel safe.

  6. Athena says:

    I believe it is possible to pull something from your dream. Not in the “Freddy Krueger” sense, but dreams are still not fully understood. There have been many studies on them, but no one can give us a full understanding of dreams and why we dream. Perhaps this word is one you have heard before… coming back to you sub-consciously. We are all so fascinated with the occult and ghosts and so forth, but honestly, dreams are just as appealing. If we believe in ghosts, at least we’re expecting to see something, a mist, a fog… no one knows what to expect in a dream.

  7. Tony L. says:

    Wow. Cool nightmare. It sounds like the trailor to a really good horror movie. I’d watch!

  8. KNOWTOMUCH says:

    Yes, we can pull something back with us from a dream, its happened to me many times. I havent posted about it, because i figured the freddy cruger thing would come up.. there have been many nights that i would not go back to sleep, because i was afraid that it would happen again…its terrifying!!!!

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