Thanks for your comment. I probably shouldn’t have written that, but it’s much on my mind..It’s not unpleasant for him, but rather reassuring and interesting. His descriptions of what he sees are quite detailed, but I gently steer our conversations off the subject. In general, he is unstuck in time but lucid 75 percent, and I don’t want to encourage his fantasies.. I have discussed it with the staff and other people with relatives in the same situation. It’s strange how “visions” of this sort match. I think it is wavering brain chemistry at fault, I thought it might also be due to similar medications.. And yet, the hair on my arms prickles as he describes these things, as other people say it does for them. I am irreverent by nature and tend to first think of a Stephen King-type explanation. .Poor Dad. He used to crack walnut in his fists, and now he can’t make fists at all. Used to walk for hours in the fields, and is now in a wheel chair..Sorry again for the personal stuff. Courage, to all you in a similar situation — as we all might one day be.