Celebrity Nightmares Decoded – Video!

Thanks to the ever so generous Linda Kay from Perfect Strangers Online, we have got the video of Bronson’s segment in the new Biography Channel’s show, “Celebrity Nightmares Decoded”, which premiered September 18th!
It’s a very interesting show, hope you enjoy it! ๐Ÿ™‚

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9 thoughts on “Celebrity Nightmares Decoded – Video!”

  1. thanks for sharing the video i couldnt find it anywear online not even utube, is that recent of him is that what he looks like now, he looks good

  2. What a horrible dream for Bronson to have, especially when he loves his mother so much. I’m glad the oneiromancer helped him to make sense of it.

    Thank you so much for posting this online for us poor schmucks without cable!

  3. Hi Melissa, you’re very welcome! This is very recent, I’m not sure exactly when it was recorded, but I believe it must have been a few months ago, tops.
    I agree, he does look good! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. Hi America! You’re welcome, I’m one of those poor schmucks too! Linda not only shared the video with me but allowed me to share it with everyone else, she’s wonderful!
    Yes, it was a really horrible dream, I can imagine how terrifying it must have been for him to see it come back everynight for all that time! I had horrible nightmares when I was a kid (and I mean horrible!) so I can definitely relate!

    Drop by the forum sometime, I’m gonna start a thread about the show (and our own recurring nightmares) there! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. I wonder if this dream, and its frequency of occurrence, affected Bronsonโ€™s decisions in future years. I am looking some interviews done, via YouTube, and noticed that for a lot of them his mother was mentioned or discussed.

    Personally, I think his loyalty to his family is endearing and I applaud how well he has fulfilled his responsibilities towards them. Balki is a lot like him in that aspect (couldnโ€™t resist ๐Ÿ˜€ โ€ฆ).

  6. A demon lives in my dreams ,I’m used to it now ,it recurs,every 4mos. Since I was 5or 6 ,it comes w different faces ,different abilities,different reasons,but I always know who it is …but I don’t know who it is ,often I can fight then up and fly away ,at this point I can fly to any place I had ever been and then it becomes a game of time and space travel ,until I get bored and wake up

  7. I also had dreams of a house years ago. I lost my father to cancer when I was 5 yrs. old also. So, with your permission I would like to share my interpretation of his dream.
    I believe that Bronson was having a premonition of things to come in his furture life. I do believe that the house actually represents his new house he bought in PA. The closet in his dream represents fear of the unknown that he will eventually feel when he immerses himself in his one true love, which will take him too far away from his mother who protected so dearly when his father left. It is like taking a wife – that sort of separation. The falling of his mother will be how Bronson will feel when she actually passes. The pain will be great, but the candelabra is the small light showing him the way through his grief over his mother, for I think his mother is the one holding the candelabra always to be there to protect him by lighting his way. Are there not a lot of candelabras in the elegant homes he is creating?
    In my house, the attic door was my fear and since it was a mansion, I would always run through many, many rooms back to my safe room which was decorated like my father’s mother’s bedroom and sitting room. I eventually kicked the door down in one of my later dreams in 1999, got a divorce and the dream never came again.
    All the dreams I had as a pre-teen were things that actually happened to me far into the future. I have had more experiences of deja vu that I can trace back to my early childhood dreams than any other memories.
    I have very intuitive feelings about some people, but I dare not share my thoughts usually becuase of the danger of being ridiculed. If Bronson is ever allowed to read this and he finds it too grandiose, then I apologize now for sharing. Teresa

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