Madame Bouscarlet, of Geneva has a dream prophesying the death of Mme. Nitchinof
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
The Future and Beyond – H F Saltmarsh
This case is taken from Journal, XVII, 145:
Madame Bouscarlet, of Geneva, dreamed of seeing a friend of hers in Russia driving in a carriage. The details of the scene were symbolic to her of death. The friend said, 'Madame Nitchinof leaves the Institute on the I7th’.
Mme. Bouscarlet wrote an account of her dream to another friend in Russia, and the letter with postmark was examined by the investigator, who was convinced that it had been written and posted before the event.
Mme. Nitchinof, who was head of the Institute, died, quite unexpectedly, on the 17th, having been first taken ill some five or six days after the date of the dream. Thus she did leave the Institute as foretold.
This is a simple case though the prediction of the actual date of the death gives it value. It is interesting, however, as being one of the few in which documentary evidence was available.