This story is one of many experiences that I have been lucky enough to have and share. It took place quite a few years ago, but it is one of my favorites because it happened in front of my mother and there was no way she could dismiss it and call me crazy!
It started with a dream. I had a dream I was riding in the passenger side of a car. It was night, and it was a country type of road. As we (my mother and I) were driving I saw to young girls walking on the side of the road. One of the girls was blonde and had light colored clothing on. The other had a bright purple sweater, jeans and shoulder length black hair. I could only see them from the back. As we approached them, all of a sudden, the car swerved, and we hit the girl in the purple sweater! I woke up suddenly as she smashed into the windshield! I was so shaken by the dream I kept telling my mother to be careful driving and of course she had her "yeah, whatever, it was only a dream" response.
A couple of days later, my brother, who was in college at the time, came over for a visit. The college was only about 45 minutes from where we lived, so my mom was going to drive him back. She asked me if I wanted to go and I said yes. I could not shake the feeling something bad was about to happen. We dropped my brother off at school ,and I changed seats from the back to the passenger side seat. As we drove, we turned onto the road that was in my dream! I begged my mother to change her route and she basically told me to shut up. So I sat there, scared, with my mouth shut of course, until we saw the same two girls walking together on the side of the road. Only this time there was a silver pickup truck in front of us. All of a sudden, the pickup truck swerved and started driving toward the girls! Then ,just as suddenly, he drove back onto the road as if he was playing chicken with them or something. I just looked at my mother and said I told you so. The typical teenage response I guess! I am glad the ending, in reality, was not the same as the dream, but who knows, maybe my warning actually made a difference.