Psychologist Dick Bierman thinks that some people avoided 911 because they saw it coming by looking into the future.
The Evening Standard reports that Bierman believes that "ordinary people really do have a sixth sense that can help them 'see' the future," and quotes him as saying, "We're satisfied that people can sense the future before it happens. We'd now like to move on and see what kind of person is particularly good at it."
They report that, "Shortly after 9/11, strange stories began circulating about the lucky few who had escaped the outrage. It transpired that many of the survivors had changed their plans at the last minute after vague feelings of unease. It was a subtle, gnawing feeling that 'something' was not right. Nobody vocalized it, but shortly before the attacks, people started altering their plans out of an unspoken instinct."
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