Paroxysmal positional nystagmus is a common finding in patients with vertigo and can occur in typical and atypical forms. Atypical forms of paroxismal positional nystagmus are thought to represent conditions which are in fact not "benign". This patient was diagnosed as right posterior semicircular canal BPPV at first. After modified Epley maneuver, the type of nystagmus was changed to atypical forms. After left cupulolith reposition maneuver (CRmM), the nystagmus and dizziness were disappeared finally.