posted on Aug, 24 2010 @ 01:47 PM
OK so I'm not sure if this is the right forum so Mods feel free to move.
A British natural medicine doctor was among 14 people killed when a small plane crashed in bad weather near the Nepalese capital.
The father of a young British man killed in a plane crash in Nepal had pleaded with him not to take the flight after having a premonition of the
Jeremy Taylor, a 31-year-old natural medicine doctor based in Cape Town, was among 14 passengers and crew killed when their plane crashed in poor
weather in the foothills in the Himalayan mountains. Six foreign tourists were killed in the crash, including four Americans and a 19-year-old
Mr Taylor was “living his dream,” when he died, his father Trevor Taylor told the Daily Telegraph on Tuesday as his family mourned his loss.
So this is a really freaky story and a terrible tragedy for those who lost loved ones. There are obvious echoes of final destination here, but is this
just a coincidence or something more?
Personally I have never experienced anything like this, but I suspect there are quite a few ATS members who have. Being naturally sceptical I believe
this to be a horrible coincidence, one in a billion occurrence. We all have feelings of doubt in situations like this that is only natural.
How particularly tragic it must be for this young man's father. I can't imagine the feelings of helplessness he must have experienced when every
fibre in his being told him the flight was doomed. Only to see his premonition come to fruition before his eyes.
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