Mom's hallucinations are getting worse (and no, she doesn't have a UTI). They're also strangely consistent. She always hallucinates about men. They're always dangerous, threatening men. She tells me that they come into her room (she lives with us temporarily until we can get her placed in a facility). The first time she hallucinated, it was one man in her room with a gun. The second time, she mistook her television for a window and three men were staring at her through the window and spying on her (it was a Verizon commercial). The third time, a man waked into her room and told her that our daughter was on fire. Most recently, today, a man entered her room and told her that her god wasn't real. Then he threatened to kill her. Today was the first time the hallucination happened in the morning. Usually it's later in the day (or in the middle of the night). In all cases, she completely loses it and starts screaming at the top of her lungs. She'll be physically shaking and wandering around the kitchen. Each time it takes longer and longer to calm her down. Today it took 90 minutes and though she calmed down, she does not believe that he's not still in the house somewhere.
I do wonder why it's always these violent, horror movie like scenarios that she imagines. It's never bugs or paranoia that someone's stolen her things. So strange.