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I saw it, like I don't know, I saw it. I saw it on the runway, I saw it take off, I saw out my window, I saw the ground and - the cabin, it starts to shake, right and and the left side blows up and then the whole plane just explodes. And it was so real just like how everything happens, you know.

Alex Browning, explaining his vision of Flight 180.

A premonition is a type of prophecy the protagonists of the Final Destination franchise experience, consisting of an impressionable warning of a future event. This phenomenon is characterized by such sensations as anxiety, uneasiness, a vague feeling of disquiet suggesting impending disaster to actual visual or auditory hallucinations. Premonition is sometimes referred to as a "gut-level" feeling. The sensation tends to occur prior to disasters, accidents, deaths and other traumatic and emotionally charged events.

The sensation of premonition may be considered precognition at times because there is no clear-cut line between them. However, generally premonitions are sense-oriented, dominated by a syndrome of physical uneasiness, depression, or distress that is without discernible source or reason. It is an unexplainable feeling that "something is going to happen." Precognition, on the other hand, is more precise, involving visions or dream of the event that is to occur in the future. Throughout the series, these instances of precognition are often reffered to as a "vision".

A premonition is a noun for: a feeling of anticipation of or anxiety over a future event; presentiment. It can also be described as a forewarning.

Final Destination films

Some have noted on the significance of premonitions throughout the series. Up to this point, it has never been fully explained how the main visionaries suddenly got these premonitions. Although, The Final Destination has suggested that Death would give them ultimately as part of a ruse to set them for what was really the plan all along. Another possibility is that there is another force fighting against Death that gives premonitions to an individual who has the potential to save the largest amount of people as possible shortly before a deadly disaster occurs to alter Death's design and so all surviving people can get chances to live longer. Although, the most plausible reason for the characters getting premonitions is due to the fact that they possess a type of psychic ability.

Final Destination

Alex Browning had a premonition of the Flight 180 explosion.

Final Destination 2

Kimberly Corman had a premonition of theRoute 23 pileup. She also had a premonition of herself driving into the the lake, drowning, and being revived by Ellen Kalarjian.

Final Destination 3

Wendy Christensen had two premonitions: the Devil's Flight roller coaster derailment and the Train 081 derailment.

The Final Destination

Nick O'Bannon had two premonitions: theMcKinley Speedway disaster and the Tagert Theatres explosions. He also had six premonitions as to how the survivors were going to die.

Final Destination 5

Sam Lawton had a premonition of the North Bay Bridge collapse.

Final Destination novels

Final Destination: Dead Reckoning

Jessica Golden had a premonition of the Club Kitty collapse.

Final Destination: Destination Zero

Patrica Fuller had a premonition of the South Hill Meteroline bombing.

Juliet Collins had a premonition of the Mornington Crescent explosion.

Final Destination: End of the Line

Danny King had a premonition of the 34th Street train collision.

Final Destination: Dead Man's Hand

Allie Goodwin-Gaines had a premonition of the Merlin's Tower elevator collapse.

Final Destination: Looks Could Kill

Stephanie Pulaski had a premonition of the Coral Clipper disaster.

Final Destination: Death of the Senses

Jack Curtis had a premonition of the John Doe murder spree.

Final Destination: Wipeout

Ravyn Blackthorne had a premonition of a plane crash.