On the night of January 16, 1969, Joseph DeLouise walked into a Chicago cocktail lounge and requested to find a newspaper. He wanted to read about the two trains which had crashed somewhere south of Chicago. The guys in the bar suddenly paid attention. What crash? They had heard nothing about it. There had not been anything in the papers. Where?
Two hours later, at 1 a.m. on January 17, two Illinois Central trains collided head-on from the fog, 45 miles south of Chicago. Forty-seven people were hurt and three killed. It was the worst train disaster in the field in the past 25 years.
DeLouise had spoken to a radio show on December 14, 1968, in Gary, Indiana, also predicted that the crash could happen in five or six months.
He works as a hairdresser, never completed the eight grade, and, like many scryers, utilizes a crystal ball to make his predictions. On television and in the media he's foretold many disasters.
On November 25,1967, he predicted the collapse of a bridge. Three months later, on December 16, the Silver Bridge across the Ohio River in Point Pleasant, West Virginia, collapsed. Thirty-six people were murdered, and another 10 were reported lost.
On January 8, 1968, DeLouise predicted that there would be no significant riots in the nation in the coming year but that there could be a real "insurrection." On April 7, 1968, the governor of Illinois announced an outbreak of violence in Chicago to be an insurrection; 5,000 federal troops were flown in.
January 1970, police report
Joseph DeLuise predicted that ''Zodiac'' who had a love for flowers. I do believe his prediction was prior to the Lompoc Domingos / Edwards connection.
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On December 15, 1968, DeLouise predicted that the Kennedy family would be involved in a tragedy connected with water. Afterwards, he "saw" a girl drowning in that circumstance. On July 18, 1969, Mary Jo Kopechne was drowned at Chappaquiddick in an auto accident between Senator Edward Kennedy.
On May 21, 1969, DeLouise called the crash of a jet airplane near Indianapolis. He explained that 79 people would be murdered and that somehow the amount 330 would be involved. At 3:30 p.m. on September 9, 1969, an Allegheny Airlines DC-9 collided with a private plane near Indianapolis. The four crew members and 78 passengers were killed, in addition to the pilot who had flown the personal plane.