Athletes Who Predicted Their Own Deaths

Because the events of September 11, 2001 were so tragic and shocking, it’s natural that people look back and try to find meaning in it, or a sign they missed. Grief affects people in weird ways, and as long as it’s not a dangerous way to find solace, then really you should do whatever works. This is a non-judgmental way of saying that lots of people who lost loved ones on 9/11 are convinced there is spooky, unexplainable stuff relating to their loved ones’ deaths.

According to ABC News, Bonnie McEneaney’s eerie story of losing her husband starts before 9/11, though, because he had multiple premonitions about what was coming. Eamon McEneaney was a star lacrosse player in his college years, per U.S.A. Lacrosse Magazine, a “three-time first-team All-American” who led Cornell to two national championships, and was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1993.

McEneaney entered the corporate world and got a job with a company located in the World Trade Center. On September 2, 2001, at a barbeque, he suddenly started talking in detail about what he’d do if the towers were hit by a terrorist attack again. (Osama bin Laden had orchestrated an attack in 1993.) Then a few nights later, his wife recalled, “I was cooking, he walked in and he said, ‘You had better become more of a disciplinarian with the children because when I’m gone it’s going to be hard.'” A few days later, McEneaney perished along with almost 3,000 others.

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