Jamison Twins

Linda and Terry Jamison

Linda and Terry Jamison (born 1955) are a pair of American identical twins. The Psychic Twins were the only psychics who predicted the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

While being interviewed on the Art Bell radio show (Coast to Coast A.M.) on November 2, 1999, they claimed that through an automatic writing process, they were predicting that there would be a terrorist attack on the federal government and the World Trade Center in 2001. The actual quote is, "We are seeing various terrorist attacks on federal government and also the New York Trade Center, the World Trade Center, by 2002." The Psychic Twins also predicted the 2000 stock market crash to the week (Art Bell Coast to Coast Radio, Nov. 2, 1999). According to an article in Woman's Own magazine, and a documentary on A&E, they correctly predicted that John F. Kennedy Jr. would die by plane.

The Psychic Twins are widely considered to be the most documented psychics working today.

Biography

They grew up in the small town of West Chester, Pennsylvania, attending East Bradford Elementary School, and later Henderson High School. Their parents, Jane and Philip Jamison, were writers and painters. According to a 2006 documentary on A&E, Philip is a watercolor artist of worldwide renown. The women have an older brother Flip, who has not displayed any psychic abilities.

The women themselves obtained fine arts degrees from Temple University (Tyler School of Art), and for a while worked as performance artists. They had their own performing arts company, "Pop Theatrics," which would perform music, comedy, dance, and acrobatics in New York and Washington D.C., as well as The White House for the Reagans. The twins later starred as “Louise” the two-headed housewife on Saturday Night Live.

The Jamison Twins are the authors of the best-selling book Separated at Earth: The Story of The Psychic Twins, available on Amazon.com as well as other major book stores.

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