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Csx Train Derailment In Washington, Dc

 

I don't consider myself primarily clairsentient, but this is one of those incidents.

Sometime between November 5th to the 8th, 2007, my family and I were heading to a funeral home to plan my father-in-law's funeral. We were waiting at the first traffic light on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue, but were under the CSX freight train bridge. There are 2 parallel train bridges at that location. The other is for the Metro commuter train.

This is some background on the elevated freight train bridges in that area. There are only 3. Two are over roads (at Burroughs Avenue & Eastern Avenue). The other train bridge goes over the Anacostia River.

The CSX train began to pass over us and I had one of the "panicky" gut feelings. It felt similar to an anxiety attack. I looked up through the front windshield to see which train it was. I wanted to get out of our car so badly. As far as I was concerned, the traffic light could not turn green soon enough. It did and we continued on to the funeral home. I was so relieved to get out from under there.

That Friday, November 9th, the CSX freight train derailed from its Anacostia River Bridge, sending 10 coal cars into the water. There were no injuries, thank goodness, but it did cause an environmental mess.

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YVE72 (5 stories) (212 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-15)
Carrie- There is a website where you enter predictions called the Central Premonitions Registry. Www.mainportals.com/precog.shtml
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-15)
Carri - probably not. Not unless you have enough info to aide or stop it. Mostly it just prepares you I think for what is going to happen.
carriwill (8 stories) (98 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-15)
ya, that's pretty cool that you were able to sense that. But I predicted the worst train derailment in fox river grove Illinois this train wreck killed about 10 school children about in 1992 at the time I did not know I was a psychic. I felt feeling of guilt and did not tell too many people because they would think I was nuts. But I had the same feeling you had. I felt A sense of dread and doom. I used to take the fox river train to work every day. I also predicted 911. My question to you all is if I feel there will be a natural or just a disaster pending who do I tell? That's my problem.
Carri
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-14)
I guess we all know about the CA derailment by now. I was watching CNN or FOX and proofreading when it happened. Very, very sad.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-14)
Sorry I've not written back. Been busy and it's been a rough weekend in ways. My 16 son thinks the Darwin Award books are sooo funny. I do too. Hope everyone had a good weekend. I started today looking through Literary Agents to figure out to submit my fiction book to - whewww - if it gets published, don't tell them about me! Haha! My first name is really Glenda which might have been silly to use, but I'm nothing if not honest.
Flutterofwings (28 stories) (257 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-14)
I often feel something like this or that will happen. It does happen but usually never on the day I have the feeling or sense it. Our gift sometimes gives us some of the information and other times it gives us the whole story.
YVE72 (5 stories) (212 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-13)
Glenda...I'd not heard of those before, but they definitely apply. When Galveston officials say you are facing "certain death", what other warnings do they need?

I was watching MSNBC while eating lunch and sure enough... There are people trapped in their flooded houses & buildings calling for help.

😢
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-13)
I asked my hubby the same question and decided some, not the freighter people, warranted the Darwin awards. Have you heard of those? Look in the humor books if not. We have two books.
YVE72 (5 stories) (212 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-13)
That's good. I haven't watched the news yet today. What were those folks thinking? At least its over now.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-13)
YVE - I spent yesterday hoping those on the freighter got through safely. Before I slept, I heard they'd made it. It was a tiring day though.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-13)
A couple of weeks ago was sound asleep and got poked. Turned on the TV to some 2 a.m. Ad with Glen Campbell singing "Galvestan." He's my generation, but I never listened to him. Then the song stuck in my head. Perhaps listening sometimes means putting up with stuff that we don't love.
YVE72 (5 stories) (212 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-13)
I'm sure someone always gets "advanced notice" in some way, shape or form, even if we don't know exactly what or where.

Its weird. Yesterday I was lying down & meditating while balancing my chakras and I FELT like I was being swayed back & forth. The next thing I SEE is me in the ebb & flow of the tide. There's a man & woman inside a building (looks like a restaurant with yellow interior) that's flooding. Then I remembered Hurricane Ike.

That's the first time I had a 3rd Eye vision. I just hope those two are okay.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-13)
This is another question I have - do major "events" get our attention if we're sensitive. I lived in San Antonio for five years. I've been to Houston and other places in TX. Now we have the hurricane. Well two weeks ago, woke up and switched on the TV to see John Campbell singing "Galveston." The song stuck and I don't like it really - never have. When I saw the hurricane path predictions, thought ooops. I hope everyone there got out or makes it. That won't happen probably though.
starsoutside (15 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-09-11)
That's incredibly scary... That could have been a coincidence I think, but if it's not I think you have a really really important gift.

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