It's chilling to think that horrific crimes like murder could be predicted, but these cases indicate that victims sometimes have a sense that something ominous could happen to them.
In the Brett Seacat murder trial, witnesses testified that the victim, Vashti Seacat, told friends that she had a feeling her husband would burn the house with her in it. Her husband denies the alleged murder, saying she started the fire and committed suicide with a gun.
Travis Alexanderalso apparently had a "premonition." One of his friends told HLN's Jane Velez-Mitchell back during the the trial of Jodi Arias that Travis had told him: "Don't be surprised if one of these Sundays I don't show up and you find me dead some place."
In the Drew Peterson murder case, his third wife Kathleen Savio allegedly told her sister that Drew would kill her and make it look like an accident. Savio was found dead in the bathtub, and police originally ruled her death an accidental drowning.
Missing Utah mom Susan Powell went so far as to record a video of her belongings in case something happened to her. She disappeared in 2009, her husband Josh Powell suspected of having something to do with it. He killed himself and their two sons in an intentional house fire last year.
And perhaps most hauntingly, there's Reeva Steenkamp who was shot and killed by Oscar Pistorius. The so called "Bladerunner" claims the shooting was an accident. Steenkamp's parents said in a documentarythat when she was 14 years old, she drew a picture of a man with a gun and a girl with angel wings. Her parents say they now know what she meant in that drawing.