Ignacia is constantly tormented by nightmares in "La Casa de al Lado" that have a central theme. The majority of her dreams focus on her death. Are her dreams simply the result of a troubled mind, or are they a premonition? Since murder and lying are a part of her daily life, it is not surprising that the same ideas fill her dreams.
Ignacia's nightmares may vary slightly each night, but all of them share the same theme. She is constantly dreaming about one of the men in her life killing her. She often dreams about Gonzalo, her second husband, pointing a gun at her and committing murder. Although she is still unaware of his real name and dedication to destroying her family, her dreams reveal that she obviously senses something is wrong. Ignacia may not know the full details of Gonzalo's evil plans, but her subconscious mind senses danger.
Ignacia's dreams may also indicate that she feels guilty. During her first marriage to Adolfo, she repeatedly cheated on him with Javier and has continued the affair while being married to Gonzalo. She may not show remorse on the surface, but guilt may be hidden in her heart and is being manifested through her dreams. Does Ignacia feel she deserves to be punished for her infidelity? Her mind may be showing her real emotions in "La Casa de al Lado."
An assassin is on the loose in "La Casa de al Lado," and it is possible that Ignacia may be his next victim. Although the identity of the killer has not been revealed, it may be one of the men in her life. The three strongest possibilities are Gonzalo, Adolfo and Javier. Ignacia has been in a relationship with all of them. Since her nightmares usually involve at least one of them, it is possible that they may be planning to kill again.
Ignacia is oblivious to the evil plans that Gonzalo, Adolfo and Javier have been working on for months. Each man has his own scheme to destroy the Conde Spencer family, yet Ignacia has been fooled by them. If the nightmares are actually part of a premonition, she is ignoring it. Ignacia is vain, selfish and self-absorbed. It is not surprising that she would simply brush off the dreams and continue avoiding the possibility that she is actually in danger.
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