I've had a history of insane dreams, to the point that friends and family have encouraged me to write them.
This was the latest one I had.
(Props out to Santtu)
It opened with a scene in which I was not present, like it were a movie.
It was essentially the first scene of Jaws. This woman was swimming in the ocean at night, and something seemed amiss.
It changed from the way Jaws normally goes, when it cut to an underwater shot of a huge, scaly fin passing by the girl without
her noticing(it's clearly not a great white). The scene continues as expected and the girl appears to get attacked, etc.
Then it moves to the next scene, when things get interesting.
Her body is washed up on land, completely unharmed, except for having both her arms graphically severed.
It's still in the middle of the night, and two detectives are trying to solve her death.
One of them is Tim Allen, and the other is me and Morgan Freeman as one.
I am now going to carefully explain the last thing I just said.
The best way for me to describe it, is that Morgan Freeman is the detective, but my spirit is possessing him.
Sometimes I have no control over him, sometimes I have complete control over him, and sometimes I can only influence him
like I were piloting a vehicle. Remember that I am stuck in his body, and seeing from his point of view at all times.
The first thing Allen and Freeman notice, is that the girl wrote a note about her death.
She was naked, killed in the water, and had her arms removed, but that didn't stop her from
locating a sticky-note tablet and pencil, and writing her last thoughts on it.
She believed that she was killed byyyy.... An allosaurus. This was conveyed with a flip-book animation that showed
an allosaurus picking her up in its mouth and shaking her until her arms fell off.
Me/Freeman and Allen quickly dismissed this theory for the following reasons.
A: Allosauruses are extinct.
B: Her body had no sign of being held in an animals jaws.
C: You can't be jostled around until your arms perfectly fall off.
D: The allosaurus probably would have eaten her.
So, having that theory put aside, Tim Allen said "You know what I think it is? I think she was hit by a truck".
Now, that makes a little more sense than it might seem. Right next to the water of the ocean was a two lane road, frequented by
semi-trucks, and that's where her body washed up. Still, I began to exert more influence over Morgan Freeman in order to
disprove Tim Allen's theory. The first thing I did, was crawl onto the road(which was coated with ice) and wait for a truck to show up.
In a little bit of time, a truck as tall as a frickin' building came rolling up the road. Amazingly, at night, on ice, it saw me/Freeman,
slowed down, and swerved around while the driver called Freeman an idiot.
Based on this(with Freeman regaining more control of himself), he claimed that no truck would accidentally hit the girl.
He then also explained that attempting homicide in such a manner would be suicidal, because if such a truck collided with her body, it would
flip out of control and explode. Oddly enough, he never pointed out that a semi-truck would also not effect the girls body in the apparent manner.
Tim Allen looked at me/Freeman with a knowing expression and said "you're implying something snarly". I have no idea where the word "snarly" comes
from, but I think he meant some mix of "sinister" and "gruesome". Morgan Freeman said that he thought a fish did it.
Allen asked a bunch of trivial questions as I took control of Freeman and walked him towards my house(I should mention that my house was right next
to the road right next to the ocean).
Now in complete control, I told Allen that we'd get back on the case tomorrow, but when I turned around, he wasn't there anymore.
I looked about and called for him, until I heard a horrible bang, like a huge back-fire in the sky.
At this point, I started running up the steps of my porch in sheer terror...
Then I woke up.