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Mrs. C has a prophetic dream that she will be followed by a monkey



Type of Spiritual Experience


No details were given in Saltmarsh’s book as to why the monkey was in London.  One is a little suspicious of Mr C - did he like his wife?  was he a practical joker?

A description of the experience

The Future and Beyond – H F Saltmarsh

This case is taken from  page 488, Proc., XI,

there is reported another case of a very unusual, though trivial, incident having been foreseen in a dream. It is shortly as follows:

Mrs. C dreamed that she was being persistently followed by a monkey, which terrified her extremely as she had an intense horror of monkeys. She mentioned the dream to her husband and family at breakfast, and Mr. C suggested that she should go for a short walk to throw off the unpleasant impression caused by the dream.

Quite contrary to her custom, she went out for a walk with her children. After a short while she saw, to her horror, 'the very monkey of her dream.' The monkey commenced to follow her, causing her great distress. Her account is confirmed by Mr. C and by Mrs. C's nurse.

This case is queer in that it was due to the dream that Mr. C suggested that Mrs. C should go for a walk, a thing which she would not otherwise have done. Thus the dream itself brought about circumstances which rendered the fulfilment possible. It need hardly be stated that it is a most unusual event to be followed by a monkey in the streets of London, where the incident happened.

The source of the experience

Ordinary person

Concepts, symbols and science items



Science Items

Activities and commonsteps



Dreaming and lucid dreaming