On November 8, 1948, a week after a young lady's prophecy, a Douglas DC-3 airliner crashes close to the spot where she had been sitting
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
Premonitions: A leap in to the future – Herbert Greenhouse 
As described in Raynor Johnson - The Imprisoned Splendour
A young Australian lady, who later told the story to Johnson, had left her children in the care of a governess and gone off on a vacation by herself. One morning in October, 1948, she was walking through a forest in the Mount Macedon region when she noticed "smoke curling up the Mount on the Wood End side." The smoke was blowing in her direction.
"Not wishing to be involved in a bush fire," she wrote, "I decided to take the path leading directly to my home. I discovered that it crossed a firebreak, and once past that I entered the forest again and sat down under a tree to eat my lunch and to read Wordsworth. But for some reason I felt uneasy and was unable to concentrate . . . Telling myself not to be foolish, I found a hollow, where I crouched down so as to be hidden from the view of anyone approaching the firebreak, and waited.
"Then suddenly it happened. Over me flowed a wave of acute terror, loneliness and pain, amounting almost to an agony. After a moment of paralyzing suspense, I turned and ran through the forest. Nor did I stop until I reached home, panting...
"I faced all the physical possibilities that could have induced fear, but decided that the overwhelming character of the sensation was not justified by any known physical cause. I rather tended to think that . . . it was associated with some event that had occurred in that place in the past. . . ."
On November 8, 1948, a week after the young lady's experience, the newspapers reported the crash of a Douglas DC-3 airliner. The plane had hit a firebreak close to the spot where the woman had been sitting. Both pilots were killed. One died right away, the other, rescuers said, suffered intense physical and mental torture before he died.
Johnson comments that instead of "memories of the past," this place held a "record of the future." He calls this experience a case of "pre-sentience." An emotional link between the young lady and the pilots of the plane had been created at the scene of the disaster. The fact that the plane hit the firebreak as it was coming down may have added to the strength of the premonition.