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WARNING: LISTEN AT YOUR OWN RISK. VERY DISTURBING AUDIO ABOVE.

In 1967, a German scientist wanted to figure out why people had nightmares. To conduct this experiment, he took 40 people of all ages and hooked them up to monitoring machines. He then injected them all with a sleep inducing drug, along with a drug he created which made people speak whatever went through their brains- conscious or unconscious  While they slept, the scientist recorded their brain activity, and placed recording devices near each person’s mouth so that he could essentially record their dreams. 
When the volunteers awoke, only one person reported to having a nightmare. The scientist disregarded all the other volunteer’s tapes, and focused on this one person’s tape- a young boy no more than 8. 
What the scientist heard on this young boy’s tape is terrifying and essentially made the scientist leave his practice. We have the recording here today.

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