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Mark Twain


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Brilliant American author Mark Twain once told of a vivid dream whereby he had seen his brother laying in a casket.

Within a few days, Twain was informed his brother had died in an accident. Twain’s brother had been on board a boat that suddenly exploded killing him instantly.

Twain travelled to the town where the accident took place to attend his brother’s funeral. Upon his arrival, Twain was shocked to discover his brother laid out in a casket exactly as he had seen in his dream!

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