|Amongst the eighteen correct prophesies, seven had been made
by two persons. One was Lorna Middleton, a piano teacher and resident of
Edmonton. She was aged 53. The other person was 44 years old Allen Hencher
who was an operator in a post office. On enquiry, it was found that these
two persons had never made any prophesies previous to those sent to Evening
Standard. They also had no intention to follow the occupation of fortune-tellers.
Hencher’s prophesies were very remarkable. He had not seen the three
aeroplane accidents, one train accident and a bank dacoity, about which
he had prophesied id dreams. He had seen them while fully awake and in a
state of trance.