I don't have visions. I have had dreams that later came true and bad feelings. Usually before anyone I'm close to dies (usually a relative) or something bad happens to them, I have a really bad/uneasy feeling. I have begun to hate it every time this feeling hits me, because I'm unable to tell what is wrong, just that something bad will happen.
One night, I had a very uneasy feeling about my mother driving anywhere. I called her and told her to please not go anywhere. She told me that she didn't plan on going anywhere and that she was planning on going to bed early.
Hearing her say that, I immediately released the thought from my mind. The next day she called me and told me that she would listen to me the next time. After receiving a call from a relative that came into town, she got on the interstate to go visit them.
While driving, she said that a drunk driver in a pickup truck was all over the road. She slowed down, he passed her and hit the car in front of her. She pulled over behind the car and waited for the police and ambulance. She said when they got there, the man in the driver's seat was dead. She said she would never forget seeing him dead in that car.
Later, she had to go to court as the only witness to the incident. It would take up too much space, but I have many different examples of things that have happened like that. I feel so helpless, because all I feel when these feelings hit is fear.
My husband always asks what's wrong and all I can say is I'm having a bad feeling. I feel so useless! I should also add that my maternal aunt and maternal grandfather also have had feelings about things as well.
My grandpa was killed in a dynamite explosion. The Sunday before the incident, he stood up in church and reported that he felt something big was about to happen; he wasn't sure what it was, but he knew it would be big. The city of Plains, Texas unknowingly had a warehouse full of dynamite in the city limits and it blew up the town like an atom bomb. Many were injured, but my grandfather was the only one killed. It happened in February 1953.