Wuhan-400: was coronavirus predicted four decades ago?
Mind-blowing book predictions that actually came true
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A writer's imagination is a powerful tool. Not only can it create fictional universes, it can sometimes even predict the future. Don't believe it? The creepiest prediction has just been brought to light by the internet, stemming from a 1981 novel by horror writer Dean Koontz. It appears have predicted the outbreak of a killer virus known as “Wuhan-400,” which happens to be the name of the city where coronavirus originated.
Curious for more? Click through for some amazing examples of how a writer's imagination can manifest itself into real-life events.
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