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YEARS. NEITHER OF THEM HAD THE MEANS TO VISIT THE OTHER.
ONE NIGHT, THE WOMAN HAD A DREAM THAT HER BROTHER WAS
DEAD. SHE AWOKE TO A KNOCK AT THE DOOR. SHE OPENED
IT AND FOR AN INSTANT HER BROTHER STOOD THERE. SHE
LATER LEARNED THAT HE HAD PASSED AWAY ON THAT NIGHT.

Submitter comment: HEARD FROM HIS IRISH GRANDMOTHER DURING HIS LATE TEENS.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; Gaylord ; JANS BAR

Subject headings: Observation
BELIEF -- Death Funeral Burial
BELIEF -- Dreams Foretelling a death

Date learned: 01-00-1964

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