Girl’s letter from 1969 that was found down the back of an old sofa made spookily accurate predictions about the future | TOP-NEWS
Girl’s letter from 1969 that was found down the back of an old sofa made spookily accurate predictions about the future

Girl’s letter from 1969 that was found down the back of an old sofa made spookily accurate predictions about the future

Draper from the English city of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, found in an old sofa a letter from 1969 with frighteningly accurate predictions of the future. This is reported by The Mirror.

The 67-year-old Peter Beckerton (Peter Beckerton) found a message from the past when he was called to restore an old sofa. The letter was written on Feb. 23, 1969, by an 11-year-old girl, probably as homework. In it, she fantasized about what her life and world would look like in the future.

The schoolgirl wrote that many years from now the telephone would have a screen and the person she was talking to could be seen. “Almost like a television set,” the girl noted. Televisions, according to her predictions, will also change: they will go from small boxes to large screens. She suggested that it would be possible to switch channels not on a panel on the device, but with buttons in the armrest of the chair. The child also predicted that houses would become smart and doors would be opened remotely with buttons.

However, the letter also contained unfulfilled prophecies: The girl hoped that in the future there will be no customary food, and will be satiated with a kind of chewing gum. She was especially pleased that in such a condition she would not have to wash dirty dishes.
Girl’s letter from 1969 that was found down the back of an old sofa made spookily accurate predictions about the future
The wallpaper man’s wife, Rosa, decided to publish the letter online in hopes of finding the author of the message. She noted that her husband often discovers something in furniture, but so far this is the most interesting find.

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Earlier, a bottle with a mysterious note from the century before last was found in the American city of Boston, Massachusetts. The message mentioned the name Tom Ford and the mysterious phrase “Six on Shea” (6 on Shea).

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