One of the most bizarre cases of foretelling in human history was connected to the tragic fate of the RMS Titanic in April, 1912. A novel of fiction written by M. Robertson in 1898 that featured a ship called “Titan” that collided with an iceberg got a lot of people curious whether it’s a legit case of mysterious foresight abilities or just a coincidence coincidence.
There is something very creepy about the book that was initially titled “Futility” but renamed afterwards to “Wreck of the Titan”. There are lots of similarities with the real tragic accident that happened 14 years after the release of the book. For starters, the book is about the biggest “unsinkable” cruise ship called “Titan”. Both “Titan” and “Titanic” sank because they crashed in an iceberg somewhere in the North Atlantic. None of the ships had the necessary amount of lifeboats on board so that everyone could be rescued. Not only that but both of the ships were sailing on the same routes with the same speed and even had an equal number of masts and propellers.
Many skeptics still claim that no matter how interesting and drawing this novel is it’s nothing more than a coincidence. Nevertheless, the numerous similarities between the two stories may suggest the existence of a supernatural force that predicted the tragic fate of the Titanic.