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  1. Charles Bonnet hallucinations can be simple unformed flashes of light, colours or shapes. However, many people see more elaborate forms such as geometrical grids and lattices. Some people with CBS report seeing landscaped gardens or vistas, animals, people, or processions of miniature costumed figures wearing hats, or even disembodied faces with staring eyes.

  2. Charles Bonnet syndrome. Up to half of all people with sight loss caused by macular degeneration may see the visual hallucinations known as Charles Bonnet syndrome (CBS). Hallucinations caused by Charles Bonnet syndrome can be funny, distracting or even frightening, but they are very normal and not a sign of dementia or mental illness.

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  7. Jamison Jones is an American actor, known for his leading roles in the films He Was a Quiet Man and The Wretched, and as a regular cast member on General Hospital, and in the Fox series 24.