National Dream Hotline opens Friday, Apr. 24

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR)- Some of our wildest adventures happen while we sleep. We've all woken up after a crazy dream and thought "I wonder what that was all about." Well, this weekend you can find out by calling a free dream interpretation hotline.

Dr. Laurel Clark from the School of Metaphysics in Maplewood tells us all about the 27th Annual National Dream Hotline. Dr. Clark is a Dream Interpreter with more than 35 years of experience. She tells us about the purpose that our dreams serve, common themes and why they seem so real. She also details the health benefits of getting enough rest along with the importance sleep.

The 27th Annual National Dream Hotline opens at 6p.m. on Friday, April 24th. It's scheduled to run through midnight on Sunday, April 26th.

You can call the experts at the School of Metaphysics in Maplewood at (314) 645- 0036.

The national hotline number is (417) 345- 8411.

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