Premonitions That Came True: 5 Strange Premonitions
Premonitions That Came True #1 American Airliner Flight 191: Man Who Foreseen A Tragedy
David Booth kept experiencing a tragic reoccurring dream 10 nights in row.
He dreamed that a jetliner was flying off a runway and moments later it flipped over and busted into flames.
The officials listened to his dream description and they figured he was describing the DC-10 plane or a Boeing 727.
The engine’s mechanism stopped working and the plane crashed the runway.
“On the morning of May 16th, I had a dream. I’m looking out to my right over a field and there’s this great big jet and it wasn’t making the noise that it should. It wasn’t a feeling of impending doom or that it was going to crash or anything.
It just wasn’t making the sound that it should. It just turns, with its wing up in the air, goes on its back and then it goes straight into the ground and explodes. When the explosion would begin to die out, that’s when I would begin to wake up,” he said.
Premonitions That Came True #2 Mark Twain’s Premonition’s
The famous writer Mark Twain isn’t known for psychic predictions, but strangely enough he’s had a few premonitions, including his own death.
Mark dreams that his brother is lying in a coffin with his sister gazing at him as they’re standing between 2 chairs.
In the morning, when I awoke I had been dreaming, and the dream was so vivid, so like reality, that it deceive me, and I thought it was real. In the dream I had seen Henry a corpse. He lay in a metallic burial case.
He was dressed in a suit of my clothing, and on his breast lay a great bouquet of flowers, mainly white roses, with a red rose in the center…I walked to 14th, and to the middle of the block beyond…before it suddenly flashed upon me that there was nothing real about this–it was only a dream.
Strangely after having this dream, his brother passes away from a boating accident.
Mark Predicts His Own Death
Did you know Mark Twain was born the night of Halley’s comet?
Just a few years before his death, he states he’ll die on the night of Halley’s comet and fate would have it, the premonition came to pass.
Premonitions That Came True #3 Abraham Lincoln Has A Premonition Of His Own Death
Lincoln had a series of premonitions which one of his body guards knew about.
Lincoln’s dream starts in a room filled with people gathering around a dead body.
Lincoln asks one soldier that’s accompanying the funeral who’s body is that and the soldier states that it’s the president.
I saw light in all the rooms; every object was familiar to me; but where were all the people who were grieving as if their hearts would break? I was puzzled and alarmed.
‘Who is dead in the White House?’ I demanded of one of the soldiers, ‘The President,’ was his answer; ‘he was killed by an assassin.’
Then came a loud burst of grief from the crowd, which woke me from my dream. I slept no more that night; and although it was only a dream, I have been strangely annoyed by it ever since.”
Premonitions That Came True #4 Reeva’s Painting Of Misfortune
On Valentine’s day 2013, Oscar Pistorious shot his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, thinking she was an intruder.
Reeva’s mother told newscasters she was 14 when she had a premonition of her daughter’s death.
She later painted her premonition in a symbolic form.
The painting portrayed an angel standing at the bottom ladder leading to a heavenly sky.
Far off in the distance there’s a man pointing a gun in her direction.
Reeva’s mother is completely convinced her premonitions were real.
Premonitions That Came True #5 Boxer Sugar Ray Robinson Dreams Of Opponents Death The Night Before The Fight
Boxing Champ Sugar Ray Robinson made a strange prediction regarding Jimmy Dole, who was set to box Robinson on June 25, 1947.
Sugar Ray made comments regarding a dream he had which ends up fatal for his opponent. ‘=
This is just a few nights before the match!
Sugar Ray wanted to cancel the fight but a priest reassures Sugar Ray he’s experiencing a meaningless dream.
The fight still happened and during the 8th round Robinson gave Doyle a massive left hook to his head, which instantly knocked him out cold.
The injury turned out to be more fatal than expected.
Doyle ended up being rushed to the hospital and never regained consciousness.
I woke up in a cold sweat, yellin’ for Jimmy to get up – get up – get up! My yellin’ woke me up, I guess. And the sight of Jimmy lyin’ there on the canvas in the dream seemed so real that I had the jitters when I woke up. And I couldn’t go back to sleep. I just laid there, tossin’ around in bed.. And I felt lousy the next day. And in the back of my mind I felt scared every time I thought about the coming fight.