Middleton, Lorna - Predicts the collapse of a building in London
Type of Spiritual Experience
Not one of her best predictions, it is a bit too vague to be very good evidence of prophetic ability, but it is worth recording. Greenhouse appears to have been desperately looking for evidence that wasn’t there, although many premonitions are symbolic, this is a bit too far fetched. If the building had been in Hall Green it might have been different.
A description of the experience
Premonitions: A leap into the Future – Herbert B Greenhouse
In the [American] Registry's first year a few new psychics emerged, including Alan Vaughan of New York and Mrs. Katharine Sabin of San Diego. Two English psychics who have contributed regularly to the London Bureau also send their predictions to the Registry-Lorna Middleton and Alan Hencher.
Miss Middleton, a London dance instructor who was discovered by Dr. Barker, sent the Registry this note in July, 1969:
"I think a building will collapse, a building that is being demolished, or not strongly built. Perhaps in England or America."
She included a sketch showing a vacant lot for the building. The door of the building in the sketch was green. Two days later a building in London collapsed and of the four workmen killed, one was from Hall Green.