Has anyone suffered from tinnitus? Able to hear music without sound, have it randomly take on different tempos, stick your fingers in your ears and "hear" it better from background noise?Also have background noise induce it? Hurt yourself from a seizure, leave the closet open and go to bed and swear an article of clothing is reaching out to get you? Turn on the light and have and have it go away. Go back to bed, have the ceiling light morph into some sort of animal, reach out to get you. Have streamers suddenly appear attached to a picture above your bed and be drawn by some force to the light fixture. Freak out, turn on the light and have it back to normal? Go to the hospital and in the adjacent cubicle believe a doctor is talking to some animal, like the racoon in Guardians of the Galaxy, hear him say he's like to put a helmet on him and take him for a spin on his motorcycle. Remark that people will eventually find out about the situation anyway. He, the animal, actually looked like the silhouette of a teddy bear with no legs when he came to the curtain of my cubicle. I told him he wasn't real. He told me to hold out my hand and he blew on them. I looked behind the curtain but saw nothing. I lay down and a purring badger with the body of a cushion came out from under my pillow. It indicated, by way of manipulating it's body that it was here (in the city I presume) for Google, of which there is outlet. Also make pictures. When I left the hospital I said I now believe in the multiverse. :EDIT: They also like music. They seem like a bunch of small entities that can coalesce and move objects; like me sitting in a chair a couple inches. One morphed into something of a fruit fly and flew up my sleeve. There's also two universities, a college and an world renowned institute for theoretical physics where I live. They might have something to do with it.