Sunday Video – Bostom Bombings Dream Strange Coincidence?

Welcome everyone. This Sunday check out the video posted below, it’s a weird and crazy post made two years before the recent (as of time of writing) Boston Bombings.

Pretty crazy right?

The dream’s strongest similarities are;

  • The date of the post if two years to the day, specifically mentioning an anniversary of Boston.
  • The dream sounds very familiar if you were to read the Boston Bombings events.
  • 5 shadows appear, which were the eventual number of casualties.
  • Specifically mentions bomb sirens (though the poster types it as bombing sirens

Like, Share or Comment to one of the most strangest things I’ve come across on the internet in a long time!

Official Page –

Forgotten Memories Gallery


Concept Art

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Eden Theme (1:51)

Sadness (2:31)

Ambient & Combat (7:45)

Songs (3:16)

Reus Gallery

Reus Gallery

Reus Cover B



Dreadout – Eye On

Dreadout (2013)

Dreadout Cover

Dreadout is a game developed in Indonesia and using the country’s traditional horror legends and characters, puts us in the role of Linda, one of a group of students who stray from their path and ultimately have to confront the very creatures of legend.


Demo Playthrough

Latest News

– Dredout is now on Indiegogo, aiming for a 25k goal to complete the release. Here is the link. There are many openings to include your face as one of the ghosts in the game, appear on a poster, tombstone or to design your own ghost.

– A demo is now available to download off the official site (link is at bottom of page).

Ongoing Commentary 

(To see a more in depth look at the game, click on the Demo Playthrough right above.)

Recently games have started to come out of countries not usually known or capable, whether its resources or different culture towards gaming, for producing games. Dreadout is the latest, coming straight from Indonesia and puts us into the role of Linda, a student who along with her group, veer from their trip to discover an abandoned town unlike any other.

Now the game is a third person perspective which shifts to first person when using your phone, camera or video camera to interact with the many ghosts and monsters (Fatal Frame is the most well known example of what Dreadout straight out of Indonesia’s lore. You’ll encounter the Pocong, a sould of the dead trapped in its burial suit or Palasik, blood sucking nightmares. This new lore is intriguing and while playing the game you’ll learn a little more about the culture and experience creatures you possibly can’t be prepared for (unless you pick up a book on the subject then you’ll be prepared.)

The game promises an exciting plot with many twists and an interesting feature seems to be that you’ll be able to share your captured shots online via Facebook. People love to share their gaming experiences so we’ll see how many share their experiences once the game is released.


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