DirtyOldCar237 wrote:they came in while I was asleep and started talking to me. They sort of talked me through a dream.
That sounds like a technique that G.H. Estabrooks mentions in his book, Hypnotism
. It's either in Chapter 1 or Chapter 2, depending on which edition you're reading. He suggests it as a way of hypnotizing a person against their will.
DirtyOldCar237 wrote:The next night they came in and started shouting at me, I woke up with a start and for some reason thought I could pretend to be asleep to "hide".
As I did this I got somehow trapped, where I was in a state not dissimilar to sleep paralysis, I couldn't move and could only hear what they were saying, and my own inner monologue, but wasn't directly in control of what I was saying or doing.
This may be a shock induction, or possibly a trigger installed the previous night.
DirtyOldCar237 wrote:It was horrific, he said some horrible things, kept interrogating me about stuff, and then told me to bark like a dog.
It was a horrible barrage of events and unfortunately it keeps happening. Its very difficult to remember, and is even more difficult considering I have no real control over this. I'm worried that eventually my subconscious will submit to what it is they want me to do....
The best thing to do is find somewhere else to sleep, but if you can't do that, perhaps recording yourself sleeping would give you evidence you could take to the police.
I believe there was a case in recent years where a woman believed that her hypnotist was having sex with her while she was hypnotized. She set her cell phone to record the next time she went to see him, and then took the recording to the police. The hypnotist is in jail now.