1) The Fall Of The Baby Coincidence
In, the year 1937 A sweeper Joseph Figlock was walking down the streets of Detroit, Michigan when suddenly something hit him on his head. It was a baby who was fallen from a 4th story window. The baby hit him on the back of his head and neck luckily none of them were killed however they got injured.
But the following year something strange happened Mr. Figlock was sweeping on that road again and he once again hit by something and guess what? It’s again a baby who was fallen from the same building remarkably again both were safe and just got some injuries.
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2) The Brothers Tragedy
In, the year 1975 a boy was killed by a taxi while riding his moped. He was killed after a year of his brother’s death by the same taxi driver, the same taxi, the same intersection, the same passenger in the taxi and he was riding the same moped. They both died at the age of 17.
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3) Johnny Bravo Predicts 9/11
In, an episode of the popular cartoon Johnny bravo there was a scene where you can see a poster on the wall which shows a building fired up and “coming soon” was written in that poster. This scene was on air 5 months before the 9/11 tragedy The image looks like the twin towers when you first saw it. So did that cartoonist predicted the 9/11?
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4) Re-Incarnation
Enzo Ferrari the founder of Ferrari died in 1988, Mesut Ozil a footballer was born in 1988.
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5) Poker Incident
In 1858, Robert fallon was shot dead in an act of vengeance by those with whom he was playing poker. They claimed that fallon has won $600 through cheating. Fallon’s seat were empty and no one wants to play with those unlucky $600 but then one man came and wanted to play with those $600 by the time police arrived that man turned those $600 into $2,200 in winnings. The police demanded the original $600 to pass on to Fallon’s next of kin – only to discover that the new player turned out to be Fallon’s son, who had not seen his father in seven years!
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