There are many advantages to having psychic abilities. However sometimes those abilities can bring about some pretty creepy things. So stoke your fireplace, grab your pumpkin latte and enjoy these spooky psychic experiences as shared by the people who experienced them.
About 10 years ago, when I was at school, I would walk to my best friend’s house and we would walk to school together. So this one night I have a totally vivid dream that I’m walking round for her for school, and when I look in her front window I see a workman who has hanged himself. I woke up and thought nothing of it other than how bizarre a dream it was. So on the walk to school I started telling my friend the dream and she just stopped and stared at me, and then proceeded to tell me the rest of my dream in detail. She had the same dream about her house, but from her perspective of being in the house when it happened. The details, down to what the guy was wearing and where he did it, were identical. It was so bloody weird. I don’t think I slept over there again! — theregoesmyheroxo
There used to be this cave near where I lived, and people used to be able to climb up inside it. My dad took me there one day, and I told him that I really didn’t like it there and that we should leave. He didn’t believe me, and we ended up climbing into the cave. We only got a short distance into it before I told him I couldn’t go any further and we had to turn around — all with a long line of people behind us. They all had to back out to let me out, and by the time we got back into the open, nobody felt like going back in. When my dad and I got home, his roommate called and asked if we were OK. When my dad asked why, his roommate told him that he was driving past the cave, and it turns out that it collapsed a little while after we left. Luckily, nobody was inside, we think. So I (presumably) saved a bunch of people’s lives. — kameronm42a6b8e47
When I was young, I would pray with my father in a prayer room in our church. One day, when we were getting ready to leave, I stood up, felt everything turn black, and immediately fell into a folding chair in front of me. I was only out for a second or two, but I had a painful dream of being held down to a chair with instruments inside my mouth. I heard voices saying “She’s coming out of it, give her more,” and I started screaming, but everything went black again and I woke up in the prayer room with my nervous father. A year later I had my wisdom teeth taken out and woke up in the middle of the procedure to a lot of pain and nurses holding me down because I was trying to get up. The doctor even said the phrase I’d heard when I fainted in that prayer room. So weird having a ‘vision’ of something that happened a year later. — katelynadeleart
When i was younger, my PaPa (my mom’s dad) had quite a few health issues, so he was in a wheelchair. (Sidenote: my mom always told me that when someone dies and goes to heaven, all of their problems are gone, so my PaPa would, obviously, no longer be in a wheelchair.) When I was four, the night before we found out he had died, I vividly remember having a dream about him. In the dream, he wasn’t in his wheelchair. He walked up the stairs at the back of our house perfectly fine. He told me that he was going away and we wouldn’t see each other for a long time, but I shouldn’t worry, because he was going to be much happier, and not in pain. Then, he gave me a hug and told me to be a good girl for my mom and NaNa. When I woke up, I had the strangest urge to go to his house, which we never do, but I told my mom about the dream. Later that day, my mom told me she had gone to his house, and he’d died while he was sleeping. I still get kind of freaked out when I think of it. — boobear100502