Déjà vu. The bizarre sensation that you’ve experienced a moment – an exact moment – before. Science tells us, without knowing its true cause, that déjà vu is likely just a problem of memory, misfiring neurons or some other, as Wikipedia calls it, “psychological phenomena.”
You see it sometimes, in books, movies, and television shows: Storylines, or even subtle images, that in retrospect seem to hint at events that actually end up happening in the real world. A simple coincidence? In the realm of conspiracy, there is no such thing. This phenomenon is known as predictive programming.
They say people go missing in Thompson Park. Don’t worry: They usually only vanish for a moment, then later reappear confused and, occasionally, claiming to have traveled through time.