What are the best sources that creepily predicted the coronavirus outbreak long ago?

Johannes Gelilang - Contributor

The start of the year 2020 has not been great for almost all people. Just as 2019 was about to end, a coronavirus outbreak plagued China, particularly the city of Wuhan. Most thought they were safe from the virus until more and more people became infected by the disease later-on named COVID-19. Admittedly, nobody had ever seen the pandemic that would cause global panic, yet a lot of preventive measures circulated to help stop the contagion. But, how true is it? Does nobody really saw this one coming? With people like the French astrologer Nostradamus and prophets mentioned in the Bible, there might be a slim possibility that someone was able to predict this phenomenon. And what if we tell you that there were? For real?

Some of you must be familiar with the long-running animated comedy TV show The Simpsons. The show is not only known for the humor it brings to viewers of all ages. It also had a reputation for being able to predict the future. Specifically, some of its episodes looked identical to major world events that eventually happened in a later timeframe. One of the most notable 'predictions' from the 1989 animated TV series was the electoral victory of U.S. President Donald Trump from one of its episodes in 2000. Coincidence? How about we tell you that The Simpsons also allegedly 'predicted' the COVID-19 outbreak? Now, we won't tell you what episode it was. Why don't you watch it yourself? That's why it is on top of our list of the best sources that creepily predicted the coronavirus outbreak long ago. Aside from The Simpsons, we also included a movie and a couple of books that apparently foresaw the 2019 pandemic. Go ahead and marvel at the vision of the people behind it! Don't forget to share your thoughts with us through the comment section below!

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  1. 1The Eyes of Darkness


    The Eyes of Darkness is a suspense thriller novel written by American author, Dean Koontz. Originally published in 1981, it follows the story of a mother who sets on to know the truth — if her son really died a year ago, or if he is still alive.

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  1. 2The Simpsons


    The Simpsons is an animated satirical sitcom created by Matt Groening. It follows the life of a dysfunctional American family living in the fictional town of Springfield. The show is known for parodying stereotypes and American culture.

  2. 3Contagion


    Contagion is an action thriller film starring Matt Damon, Kate Winslet, and Jude Law among an ensemble cast. It tells the story of people finding themselves in the midst of a worldwide epidemic as the CDC works to find a cure.

  1. 4End of Days


    End of Days: Predictions and Prophecies About the End of the World is a prophecy book written by Sylvia Browne and Lindsay Harrison. The nonfiction book tackles the most daunting and difficult predictions, as foreseen by the psychic author. 

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    March 15, 2020
    "This is not the time to get panic but we all stood up to fight against evilness. Strongly I insist to all of you that ask one simple Question YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY its only Efecting humans only just think. I am sure I got the remedy for corona if the concern authorities contact me but for prevention please do this at home take a mustard oil just dip your little finger in it and with the help of your little finger only just rub in both the nostrils the corona virus will not effect you no matter if you are living with the effected person "
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    The Eyes of Darkness
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