In January 2006 a distinguished New York psychiatrist made one of the weirdest discoveries in his professional career. He was treating a female patient who shared with him that she had a problem with repeating dreams. She had been dreaming over and over again the face of a strange-looking man with an unibrow that kept giving her family and relationship advice. The woman swore that she had never seen this man in her real life. She sketched an image of the face and presented it to her psychiatrist who took a look at it and placed it in his drawer afterwards.
It wasn’t until days after that when another patient noticed and recognized the familiar face and claimed to have experienced the same reoccurring dreams with the same man. Then the psychiatrist decided to share the man’s image with his colleagues so they can present it to other patients with reoccurring dreams.
In a few months time numerous occasions in which patients claimed to have had the same dream with the same man reappearing over and over again were discovered. All the patients were referring to the image as “THIS MAN”.
Even more astonishing is the fact that since 2006 nearly 2,000 people all over the world have claimed seeing “THIS MAN” in their dreams. Currently, this phenomenon is still being researched by experts and there were no common traits found among the people having the same dream. The real life counterpart of “THIS MAN” hasn’t yet been discovered.