My "psychic" abilities started branching out with a premonition of my car accident. I had always been able to see auras, but when other things started coming through quite naturally I was a bit freaked out.
I was invited to stay at a friend's house one evening two months before the accident; right as I was closing my eyes to go to sleep I saw the red-orange GMC logo of my 95 Jimmy coming over a small hill, it was pitch black; so dark I could not make out the other details of the vehicle, I just knew it was mine, it was also very very cold and windy. I immediately became anxious, but knew it was a warning for me. Over the next two months I would slowly get more and more information, I would see my surroundings; other vehicles, the highway, the bridge I would cross just before it happened, outlines of objects on the side of the road. I never got specifics, like date, time, which highway, etc., which drives me nuts because I still don't get specifics in my visions to this day.
My vision came true, when I had let my guard down, thinking oh my mind is just playing tricks on me, this will never happen. It also happened exactly as I had seen it. I had just crossed a bridge and peeked over a small hill, it was very, very cold, extremely windy (in fact it happened in a freakish winter storm with 80 mile an hour wind gusts), and visibility was almost non existent because of how dark it was (my headlights weren't even helping, it was like being in the back of a cave where light seems to get absorbed).
After coming over the hill I hit black ice, spun out of control, hit a small ditch on the side of the road, and rolled up and back down a small hill, about the height a levee would be. This was my first vision in a long line of visions to come. I debate on whether or not to tell people about what I see, I have before and it almost always freaks them out so much that they do not talk to me anymore, especially after what I say to them comes true, or if what I tell them about themselves is true, but I had no possible way of knowing it.