posted on Oct, 11 2018 @ 08:59 AM
I've been a nurse for 26 years and have come into contact with hundreds of clients in that time, as you can appreciate. Only about 5 of these knew
they were going to die shortly before they did so. So this is a rare phenomenon, but a real one.
Several things seem to be common in such cases:
1 No reason, logical, medical, or otherwise, to expect imminent death.
2 Death occurs within days, sometimes weeks, exceptionally, a couple of years.
3 Usually involve a premonitory dream, or dreams.
4 Accompanied by a great deal of quite understandable anxiety.
Here are a few examples of high profile people who were aware of their imminent deaths.
Eddie Cochran, American rock n roll star of the 1950s. Famous for hits like, 'Come on, Everybody', 'Twenty Flight Rock', 'Summertime Blues'.
Toured Britain in 1960. At the end of the tour, he took a taxi to Heathrow Airport to fly back home, but he didn't make it. The taxi crashed, killing
him; the three other people in the car survived. Eddie was just 21.
His girlfriend, Sharon Sheeley, said that he had had a recent dream that he was about to die which terrified him.
Buddy Holly, another famous '50s rock n roll star ('That'll Be The Day', 'Peggy Sue') died in a plane crash in 1959 while on tour in the US,
His wife, Maria Elena Santiago, said that both she and Buddy had been plagued by premonitory dreams about a plane crash in the weeks leading up to
Hollywood movie star, Sharon Tate, had a terrifying vision of herself bound and brutally done to death one night when she couldn't sleep. She was so
disturbed by it that she told several of her friends, who dismissed it as a bad dream. A few short years later, in 1969, the dream came true, exactly
as she had described. One of the unfortunate victims of Charles Manson's 'Family'.
Richard Beckinsale, British comedy actor and father of Hollywood actress, Kate Beckinsale, died in his sleep of a heart attack aged just 31, in
Richard had been plagued by dreams of dying of a heart attack; he would often wake up in the night in a fearful state and tell his wife that he was
"frightened of being taken by surprise". A year or so after his death, Richard's wife (actress Judy Loe), published a book of his poems, several of
which seemed to hint that his earthly sojourn might be a short one.
Probably more examples out there which I could have referenced, had I the inclination or the energy.
What's going on here? Is there a normal, mundane explanation for this, or are we forced to resort to the paranormal?
ETA I'm happy to post references, videos to support these examples if needs be.