Our expert says:
Its curious behaviour. Kids do have nightmares, and also night terrors, when they scream in a blood curdling manner without being aware of whast's going on and unable to recall it in the morning. But they wouldn't then want to rearrange their bed in any particular way. She sounds rather obsessive, something which isn't so common in kids, though also autistic kids can be exceedingly concerned about the order of things, and get very distressed when things don't get arranged the way they think it should be.
A proper assessment by a child psychiatrit would be a good idea, just to be sure.
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