A prediction (Latin præ-, “before,” and dicere, “to say”), or forecast, is a statement about a future event. It is often, but not always, based upon experience or knowledge.
In literature, vision and prophecy are literary devices used to present a possible timeline of future events. They can be distinguished by vision referring to what an individual sees happen.
A father from Montenegro in Southeast Europe claimed that his autistic son had a premonition, leading to the last events of his life.
Ognjen Rakocevic was found dead on the shores of Lake Skadar in Montenegro after he is believed to have wandered and fallen into the Moraca river.
But what was more baffling was according to the father, the 11-year-old had drawn a picture of the scene where his body was found.
Branco Rakoceviv believes that his son had a premonition of his death that he drew a picture of the scene some years before.
In the drawing was Vranjina, a settlement, an island and a hill in Skadar Lake, in the Montenegrin municipality of Podgorica.