Insane man goes through a dark Allice In Wonderland experience and wakes up only to realize that it was medical hypnosis. This is just a short story idea, but I'll most likely make it into a book some day. I'm debating if the hypnosis is drug stimulated or not, but I do know that the story will begin being as normal as something can be in a correctional facility, then he winds up in some outlandish place by means that are impossible, then strange and outlandish things happen that are both symbolic of his people, history, and things outside of hypnosis and symbolic of greater things to life. Different people symbolize different emotions, character traits or whatever... and lets not forget insanity and darkness. And I've been racking my brain for a cheshire character that's symbolic of the hypnotist that's guiding him. My question is, what symbolic events that are seemingly nonsensical could occur and yet have deeper meanings? And what do you think of the idea?