People have speculated that horrible nightmares can predict death, and give us warning before it occurs. Dr. Andrew Paquette studied the dreams he had, and began documenting and researching his nightmares. He paid attention to the people in his dreams, and the events surrounding them. If they died, he took took note of the details. He documented his dreams extensively over a long period. He revisited some of the dreams he had written about, and found that the dreams had a good chance of correlation with a person who died.
- For 25 years, Dr Paquette logged his dreams with a focus on dreams that featured someone’s death.
- The length of time between Dr. Paquette’s dream and a person’s death was about six years.
- The study revealed the possibility to ascertain death dreams when actual deaths happened versus them happening in the future.
“Dr. Andrew Paquette was himself skeptical of the ability of dreams to tell us anything useful about the future, so he began keeping a detailed dream diary, with the goal of proving that his seemingly “precognitive” dreams were no more than the products of chance and selective memory.”