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Precognition of the visit of a dogcart, with a white horse and two men in it, standing at the door



Type of Spiritual Experience

Invisible input - prophecy

Number of hallucinations: 1


Interesting because it is so ordinary.

A description of the experience

The Future and Beyond – H F Saltmarsh

From Proc., VI, 374:

Miss X, driving in a wagonette with the friends with whom she was staying, when nearing the house remarked, 'You have very early visitors.'

None of the others could see anything, but Miss X described a dogcart, with a white horse and two men in it, standing at the door. She saw one of the men get down and commence playing with a fox terrier. She described their appearance and commented on their dress, although the distance was so great that she could hardly have seen them normally.

As they reached the house and drove up the drive, Miss X called attention to fresh wheel marks in the gravel; no one else, however, could see them. On entering the house they learned that no visitors had called.

Shortly afterwards, a dogcart with a white horse, in which were two men, drove up and the scene was enacted exactly as Miss X had described it. Their appearance, clothes, etc., were as she had described, and one of the men alighted and played with the dog.

Here the hypothesis of telepathy requires a good deal of stretching, although it might be made to cover the facts. We should have to suppose that not only the appearance of the dogcart, horse and the men themselves, was transmitted telepathically, but also that the intention of one of them to alight and play with the dog had already been formed.

The source of the experience

Ordinary person

Concepts, symbols and science items



Science Items

Activities and commonsteps