When you dream, do you normally dream about people and/or places that you know and are familiar with? Because I very rarely do. I'd say 90% of the time that I dream, my dreams take place in places that I've never been to. And, it's not just unfamiliar rooms or whatever, I've had a lot of dreams that take place in an entire city that looks like no city I've ever seen. Not that it's strange looking or anything, it's just not a city I've ever been to or seen on TV or anything. Example: last night, I had a dream about going to a concert at what turned out to be a huge church-looking place. In the dream, I knew the perfect parking spot, and we got inside and although it had to be at least a four story building, brilliantly designed (by me, I guess?), I knew right where everything was. Later, I was living in an apartment with one of my old roommates and one of my current ones. The apartment looked like no apartment I'd ever been to, though it did look like a well-designed apartment. Finally, we visited some strip mall, the parking lot of which led into a large body of water. Again, never been anywhere like it. I just find it fascinating how in reality I probably couldn't even furnish a room properly, and yet in my dreams I can instantly assemble an entire city absolutely perfectly. I also find it odd that I keep returning to that same city, even though each dream that takes place there is different. In the same weird vein, when I'm awake, I often have daydreams about this desolate house out in the midwest somewhere, and for some reason these daydreams sort of make me have.... not memories, but just visions (for lack of a better word) of being a soldier in WWII and getting killed. Like, the way watching a Road Runner cartoon reminds me of being a little kid watching those at 7:30 with my mom, whenever I think about that house (which usually happens involuntarily), my mind goes to a battlefield and me getting killed. Pretty freaky stuff, huh?