My Auntie claims to have sporadic psychic experiences that have been spread out over her life. She claims these experiences have hit her spontaneously, and that she has had 0 misses. I have concluded that she is either schizophrenic (or some type of really bad psychosis), lying, a mixture of both, or geniune. Just note that I have not observed any schizophrenic tendencies, her life is in great order and she meticulously plans for these decisions, has held steady employment as a school teacher, is a very jovial person and I am not aware of any symptoms of typical psychological disorders. She has had the same characteristics her entire life that I've known her for, i.e. her character hasn't changed in correlation to her telling me of these experiences. I sincerely believe that she is telling the truth, she and her sisters (mother + other auntie) are NOT the lying types, so far from it, or at least I think she's telling the truth she believes in, although of course this is a subjective valuation. Paraphrasing, but no emphasis on her claims of accuracy; (A) "I was travelling with G (her friend) to go to dinner at a friends house. I felt this incredible pulling sensation and a horrible feeling in the West direction towards Ashfield (suburb). Immediately I knew that something horrible was going on. Someone was in great trouble. I felt physically sick, and I felt drawn to this direction. After a short while, I told G, "She's dead". I knew it was over for her, she'd been murdered. The next day on the news, one of the most cruel murders took place of a woman who was tortured and murdered around Ashfield (actually, I can't report if she said that it was the next day on the news, or a few days later a news report told of a murder a few days prior). I feel horrible to this day for not at least trying to go in the direction that I was being pulled to, yet choosing to ignore the feeling and go to have dinner with friends." Of course I asked her for G's reaction was, she claims that he believes that she has this ability now. (B) "I was in my apartment with M (her friend) and there was a huge earthquake (she has a teaching contract overseas). Immediately I saw a flash in my mind of a map of Hong Kong and the exact location of the centre of the earthquake. As soon as it subsided, we turned on the news. The epicentre on the news was off the coast. But, I knew it was wrong, and I said to M "No, that's incorrect! It's much closer in than that, I saw it!". Surely enough, soon after the news offered a correction and the new epicentre they displayed exactly matched what I saw during the earthquake." (C) "I was on the wharf (I forgot why she said she was here), suddently I felt this sickening feeling in the back of my head like I was being bashed on the back of my head with a plank of wood. I knew immediately what exactly happened. I later told my friend (forgot if she meant G) that the **** Ripper struck again (some killer from England) and smashed someone over the head with a plank of wood. The news reports matched exactly what I'd seen, that this killer that hadn't killed in over a year beat someone to death with a plank of wood from behind at the time I felt it" Of course, these (A) and (C) can't be debunked by finding ways she could've known. What to make of this?