"Another building explodes" and "India is agitated" [is] what I emailed to Zofia Weaver, Editor of the Society for Psychical Research (SPR), five days before the 9-11 attacks in 2001. I gave a date 9-12, or possibly 9-13, the former being exactly 24 hours to the minute of the actual attacks. The time of the predictive experience was 8:45 AM EST and coincided with the first plunge on the WTC. The paranormal had revealed the planned date, not the actual date, when over a year afterward we learned that the attack had been moved up one day. One of the 20 terrorists scheduled to take part in the tragedy was arrested shortly before the date, and the fear was he might talk and reveal the plan. It all came together. Four groups of five terrorists were to take control of four airplanes, but United Flight 93 had only four. The FBI had taken the fifth terrorist into custody for reasons unclear.
I have learned that the paranormal does not predict, it reveals, but not necessarily to end dates. The academic world has some difficulty coming to grips with that, even though others attest to it. "An Experiment with Time" by J W Dunne is one such source.
A Copy of the email is available upon request.