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The Devil's Hour

Lucy is a social worker dealing with family and relationships woes. She wakes every night at exactly 3:33 AM, after experiencing terrifying visions during the so-called devil's hour between 3 AM and 4 AM. Her eight-year-old son is withdrawn and emotionless. Her mother speaks to empty chairs. Her house is haunted by the echoes of a life that is not her own. Lucy's name is inexplicably connected to a string of brutal murders in the area, and she is drawn into the hunt for a serial killer.

The Devil's Hour

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Her son Isaac (Benjamin Chivers) is creepily troubled in a way no doctor seems to be able to diagnose properly, and her husband Mike (Phil Dunster) has abandoned their marriage because he can't deal with the fact that his son appears to be incapable of expressing human emotion. If that weren't enough, her mother's health is failing, and Lucy isn't sleeping properly: She wakes up every night at precisely 3:33 am, which some refer to as "the devil's hour," when creepy, supernatural events are likely to occur. Lucy also experiences strange, déjà vu-like visions, although they aren't reminders of past experiences but odd glimpses of the future that has yet to happen. Oh, and also, their house may or may not be haunted.

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It is believed that Jesus was crucified at 3pm (which in turn is now known as the most "godly" hour ) and exactly 12 hours later that is at 3am, the demonic activities set in. In hindsight, while demons are weakest at 3pm, they are strongest at 3am.

In reality, there is however no scientific theory to support these claims. Most of us are in our REM (Rapid eye movement) cycle at this hour of the night. In reality, our body is completely relaxed at this point - the heartbeat, cardiac pressure and pulse rate is irregular. If in this state you are suddenly woken up, you are bound to feel a little jittery.

What any interesting article! I feel however, that 3 am is a devil hour for both the reasons. We cannot deny the fact that evil powers are very strong at this point in time. Science has its own explanation. Another reason is that we have our bio-cycle going on, all the metabolic processes go on, that is the reason we fell a bit uncomfortable.

Actually I''ve never heard that 3 am is a devil hour. I thought the devil hour is midnight 12. I thought morning 3 - 4 am is considered as a holy hour because of which people of olden time married between that time. This is new for me. But after reading this article I feel there''s nothing like a ghost time. Interesting article!

Does your baby always seem to get upset at the same time of night? Does it seem like nothing you do during that time helps? Your baby may be experiencing the dreaded witching hour. The witching hour is a time when an otherwise content baby is extremely fussy. It typically occurs daily between 5:00 pm and 11:00 pm. It can last a few minutes to a couple of hours. For most babies, the witching hour starts to occur around 2-3 weeks and peaks at 6 weeks. It will typically completely resolve by 3-4 months.

It is important to understand sleep cues and baby wake windows. If you are waiting for your baby to rub their eyes, you are waiting too long. Early sleep cues include redness of the eyelids and staring off. If you can get them to sleep at this time, you can avoid the dreadful witching hour altogether. Keep in mind baby wake windows during this early stage of life is only 60-90 minutes. That includes feeding time. Babies awake past this time may get overtired quickly.

Like we discussed before, your baby was in a warm bath where they were not used to faces, bright lights, or loud sounds. The world can be very overwhelming quickly. It is important to encourage dim lights and reduced noise in the evening hours. Consider having a prolonged quiet bedtime routine to help decrease the stimulation your baby is exposed to.

We all know it is easy to get overwhelmed, especially when short on sleep and hormones are leveling out. It is important during these fussy times that you know when to ask for help. Babies are like animals, they can sense stress and frustrations. The more stressed and frustrated we get the more your baby will likely cry. Asking for help and knowing your limits is the perfect reset most parents need during the witching hour. Whether it is your spouse, family, or friends, know when you are reaching your limit.

The key to avoiding the witching hour altogether is recognizing sleep cues, understanding wake windows, and anticipate before the witching hour starts. Consider starting your low stimulation or bedtime routine 15 minutes earlier than normal to help prevent the tears on both sides. Sleepy dreams!

The Devil's hour executive producer Sue Vertue told us: "So it's a psychological thriller, which is written beautifully. Lucy is a social worker. She wakes up at 3.33am every morning without fail and sort of has nightmares. And she's got a son who's seven. Psychiatrists are just trying to work out just the house. He doesn't smile, he doesn't do anything. And her mother seems to talk to ghosts. So it's all kind of schizophrenic. And Peter Capaldi plays Gideon, who's kind of connected, plus there are murders. Nikesh Patel and Alex Ferns play two policemen trying to sort everything out. It's a complex thing to do. It's sort of scary, but it's a love story too and it's also funny."

Another reason that this time is considered a source of unusually high demonic activity is the fact that it is in the middle of the night; the sun has long been set and will not rise for a few more hours.

There is a little biology operating here, too, as 3 a.m. marks the point of deepest nighttime sleepiness in the normal adult sleep-wake cycle. To awaken or be awakened at the hour can unsettle our circadian rhythms and make us feel low or anxious.

Waking in the middle of the night, especially 3 in the morning, can leave you in a cold sweat. Blame it on watching one too many horror movies or hearing the scary stories where the pinnacle occurs at 3 am, but something about the witching hour has us scared for what it means to suddenly be woken up.

The 3 am time that Christians commonly call the witching hour stems from when it is believed Christ died. Religious beliefs place his time of death at 3 pm, and because the devil works in inversions, the witching hour, or the time when we are farthest from holy power and supernatural activity is at its greatest, is 3 am. Legend typically does not equate the devil with witchcraft, but nevertheless the two are often linked together.

When you wake during the witching hour and struggle to calm your mind and heart enough to return to sleep, give a sleep podcast or sleep music a try. Music intended for sleep is calming and relaxing, which can help calm your heart rate. Sleep podcasts provide you something to focus on other than what might have woken you up, also helping you fall asleep.

The witching hour is a product of folklore that can occur during the entire night, or just between 3 am and 4 am, depending on your religious and cultural beliefs. It is believed that the witching hour is when the veil between life and death is at its thinnest, making it easy for the line to cross and the supernatural to interfere with humans.

Despite its origination, waking up in a panic during the witching hour likely occurs due to being woken up during REM sleep, which is the deepest phase of sleep. It can be concerning for the body to wake up colder than it went to sleep, which can contribute to the panic we wake up with.

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