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Debbie Reynolds' Eerie Secret Exposed: Icon Predicted Carrie's Death In Dream

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Todd Fisher revealed that his mom Debbie Reynolds predicted Carrie Fisher’s death – and even warned her about it – before it happened.

Todd recalled the eerie coincidence that his mom envisioned Carrie getting on a dangerous plane flight during the week of her death.

“She dreamed that Carrie’s plane went down on her flight back to Los Angeles, and Carrie didn’t survive,” Fisher recalled.

The actor wrote that Reynolds sometimes did have dreams that came true. He said she warned Carrie that she wouldn’t survive an upcoming flight back home from London.

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“She wasn’t sure of the specifics, she was just sure Carrie was in grave danger on that plane,” he continued.

As readers know, Carrie collapsed on a plane traveling from to Los Angeles days before her death. She was rushed to the hospital, and ultimately was taken off of life support on Dec. 27, 2016.

Todd remembered how nervous Reynolds was while the Star Wars actress was traveling.

“She was terrified the whole time Carrie was gone and praying nonstop when she was finally on her way home,” wrote Todd.

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Todd concluded that the bizarre premonition was another reason he considered his mother and sister’s connection as “otherworldly.”

As readers know, Reynolds died of a stroke one day following Carrie’s death.

Todd’s book, My Girls: A Lifetime with Carrie and Debbie, is on stands now.

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