Anthony Carr (psychic)

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Anthony Carr (born 6 December 1943) is a Canadian psychic. He is referred to[by whom?] as the "World's Most Documented Psychic".[1]

He became most notable for allegedly predicting the September 11 attacks when, in December 2000, he said that he foresees a "cataclysmic cosmic event" the following year and to "Watch for a sign in the heavens. It will shock the whole world," and will "put the fear of God in us."[2] He has been claimed to have predicted several other events. However, he has received criticism for many of his predictions not coming true.[3][4]

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  1. ^ "Psychic looks to the future Anthony Carr predicts Madonna Oscar, uprising of Ontario's poor". Toronto Star (Final ed.). 28 December 1996. p. H3. Retrieved 1 November 2009 – via ProQuest. (subscription required (help)). 
  2. ^ Vyhnak, Carola (31 December 2000). "2001 'will put fear of God in us,' psychic says ; Anthony Carr foresees 'cataclysmic cosmic event' shocking world". Toronto Star (Ontario ed.). p. 1. Retrieved 1 November 2009 – via ProQuest. (subscription required (help)). 
  3. ^ Emery, Gene (31 December 1999). "Failed psychic predictions 1999". Skeptical Inquirer. Archived from the original on 11 November 2009. Retrieved 18 March 2014. 
  4. ^ "Psychic missed targets in 1991, so writer takes a shot at 1992". Deseret News. 1 January 1992. Retrieved 1 November 2009 – via NewsLibrary. (subscription required (help)).