Strange and Weird Coincidences

By | Dec 4, 2007

1) Author J.R.R Tolkien died on September 2, 1973.

When you reverse;
Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,
Seven for the Dwarf-Lords in their halls of stone,
Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,
One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne,

It’s 1973.

2) On Jun 28, 2000 Oregon’s Columbian newspaper mistakingly printed the Lottery Numbers of those in Virginia as the numbers for the Oregon Lottery, which had not been picked. The numbers 6-8-5-5 then were actually drawn.

3) In 1898, the novel ‘Futility’ written by Morgan Robertson was published. It’s a story about a giant ship, the Titan, which collided with an iceberg on it’s maiden voyage in April. The Titan was considered unsinkable and only carried the minimum number of lifeboats required by law – 24 – able to carry 500 people. There were over 2000 passengers on board.

On the night of April 14, 1912, the RMS Titantic, a ship considered virtually unsinkable was struck by an Iceberg and sank. The ship carried the minimum number of lifeboats and could only carry about 1000 people.

4) Claude Volbonne killed Baron Rodemire de Tarazone of France in 1872. 21 years earlier, the Baron’s father had been murdered by somebody else called Claude Volbonne.

5) The Mayan calendar predicted that a pale-faced man-god would arrive in 1519. So when the Spanish explorer Cortés arrived in Mexico in 1519 the Aztecs assumed Cortés to be the legendary man-god, and allowed him to capture the city and Mexico.

6) Some of the reported the coincidences between the assassinations of Presidents Kennedy and Lincoln.

  • Lincoln was shot in the Ford theatre: Kennedy was shot in a Ford car, model Lincoln.
  • Lincoln sat in Box 7 at Ford’s Theatre. Kennedy rode in car 7 in the Dallas motorcade.
  • Both presidents were shot on the fifth day of the week.
  • Lincoln was elected president in 1860; Kennedy in 1960. Lincoln was elected to the House of Representatives in 1846, Kennedy in 1946
  • Both were slain in the presence of their wives, who were unharmed.
  • Both were shot from behind and in the head.
  • In each assassination, another man was injured, but did not die.
  • Their successors, both named Johnson, were southern Democrats, Andrew Johnson was born in 1808 and Lyndon Johnson in 1908.
  • Their assassins were born in 1839 and 1939 respectively.
  • Kennedy’s secretary, whose name was Lincoln, advised him not to go to Dallas.
  • Booth shot Lincoln at a theatre and was cornered in a warehouse. Oswald shot Kennedy from a warehouse and was cornered in a theatre.
  • Both assassins were killed by a single shot from a Colt Revolver before being brought to trial.


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