Sleep Survey Says Zombies Are Wyoming’s Worst Nightmare
If you've ever dreamed about the zombie apocalypse, you are not alone. Being attacked by brain-eating daywalkers is the most common nightmare in Wyoming, according to a new nationwide sleep survey.
25% of Wyoming residents in the survey say they've dreamed about zombies, the highest percentage of any state. Being chased is the most common nightmare in 17 states, including Colorado, Idaho, Nebraska, and South Dakota.
Getting trapped is the most common nightmare in Montana, while the fear of falling took the top spot in Utah and eight other states. Other popular nightmares in the survey include your teeth falling out, the death of a friend or family member, getting lost, and breaking up with a spouse or lover.
North Dakota has the most interesting sleep phobia; their most common nightmare is going bald. Meanwhile, the modest men and women in Oklahoma said their worst nightmare is being naked in public.