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The Psychic Twins Predictions

Updated on October 13, 2015

Linda and Terry Jamison are twins and professional psychics. They appear regularly in the media and on talk shows such as The View.


Perhaps the Jamisons' most famous prediction occurred on the Art Bell “Coast to Coast A.M.” Premier Radio, in November of 1999. A tape of the show includes their statement:

"We are seeing various terrorist attacks on federal government and also the New York Trade Center, the World Trade Center."

Even as a fairly non-specific prediction in terms of timing, this is quite impressive.

The twins claim to have had much more information but this was not recorded prior to the actual attack, and so cannot be verified as far as I can tell.

And there are other more specific predictions in the same interview that are demonstrably inaccurate, specifically:

"Particularly South Carolina or Georgia, by July 2002 and also the New York Trade Center, the World Trade Center in 2002."

So it is possible that previous threats, such as the 1993 car park bomb explosion, led the twins to make a luck guess.

That said, no other psychic made a similar prediction so it cannot have fallen in the category of "obvious".



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      William Grant 5 years ago from Wisconsin

      Actually, it can be treated as obvious. The reason there was so much controversy about the events surrounding 9/11 is because there was ample warning that the trade towers were a prime target for terrorists and there was even a TV series episode built around it that was cancelled because it was slated to air shortly after 9/11. Predicting the 9/11 attack was not prediction. It was fairly safe to say the Trade Towers would be the focus of a terrorist attack during that period. If Hollywood can do it, I find the psychic twins prediction rather unimpressive.