Fiction Foretells the Future

Modern day Nostradamus? These books cast an eerily accurate picture of modern day events. What do you think?
Executive (2011)

Fiction: In Chapter 39 of her debut novel, Leslie Wolfe describes an out-of-control drone, crashing on Florida Highway 98.

Real Life: Two years later, on July 17, 2013, a drone crashed on the same Florida Highway 98, only a few miles west of the spot Wolfe described in her book.

The fictional crash took lives; the real one fortunately didn’t. As for the causes of the two crashes, they are uncannily similar.

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Executive (2011)

Fiction: In Chapter 39 of her debut novel, Leslie Wolfe describes an out-of-control drone, crashing on Florida Highway 98.

Real Life: Two years later, on July 17, 2013, a drone crashed on the same Florida Highway 98, only a few miles west of the spot Wolfe described in her book.

The fictional crash took lives; the real one fortunately didn’t. As for the causes of the two crashes, they are uncannily similar.

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Devil’s Move (2014)

Fiction: Wolfe’s foreign villains are conspiring to influence the fate of the US presidential elections, working hard to tip the scales in favor of the candidate they can blackmail and control.

Real Life: The 2016 election saga proves Wolfe correct in her predictions once again, to an incredible level of detail.

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Devil’s Move (2014)

Fiction: Wolfe’s foreign villains are conspiring to influence the fate of the US presidential elections, working hard to tip the scales in favor of the candidate they can blackmail and control.

Real Life: The 2016 election saga proves Wolfe correct in her predictions once again, to an incredible level of detail.

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The Backup Asset (2015)

Fiction: Wolfe depicts a Zumwalt-class Navy destroyer as being the US Navy’s biggest asset, posing a challenge for Russia.

Real Life: On May 20, 2016, the Navy announced the first Zumwalt-class guided missile destroyer was delivered from the manufacturer.

News articles released in June and July of 2016 feature the Zumwalt generously, calling it the “greatest match-up ever” against Russia’s Kirov-class battlecruisers.

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Devil’s Move (2014)

Fiction: Wolfe depicts a Zumwalt-class Navy destroyer as being the US Navy’s biggest asset, posing a challenge for Russia.

Real Life: On May 20, 2016, the Navy announced the first Zumwalt-class guided missile destroyer was delivered from the manufacturer.

News articles released in June and July of 2016 feature the Zumwalt generously, calling it the “greatest match-up ever” against Russia’s Kirov-class battlecruisers.

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