What if Death is not a Random phenomenon?
THIS IS MY PERSONAL OPINION.
I have studied more than 100 criminal cases and deaths of all kinds: Accidents, Terrorist Attacks, Natural Disasters, among others. In every case, we've had very strange things that demonstrate that death may not really be a purely natural phenomenon.
Let's take, for example, Ye Meng Yuan, one of the fatal victims of Flight 214 that departed South Korea towards San Francisco and crashed into the airstrip, losing the roof and catching fire shortly after. Meng Yuan managed to escape from the rubble only to end up being run over twice by one of the fire trucks that went to put out the fire.
It's important to point out one thing here: The statistical chance of a plane having suffered that kind of damage and not having suffered a more serious accident along with the Yuan death incident is the lowest possible. therefore, to say that it is coincidence is to go against logic itself.
Let's also go to another strange case of death was Jessica Redfield's shooting in 2008 in Aurora, Colorado during the presentation of the film: Batman: the dark knight. she died during such an incident. however, she had survived a month before a shooting in a mall in Toronto, Canada, and she felt presciently that something bad was about to happen to her, even after she survived the incident, which would be confirmed soon after.
Another strange case was Flight 216 in 1977, where it was carrying a basketball team from the University of Evansville, Indiana and crashed, killing all who were transported except one who was not on the plane due to an ankle problem, David Furr de 18 years old, who would later die 2 weeks later in a car accident along with his younger brother: Byron near Newton, Illinois.
What does that mean? There is a pattern to death! and such a pattern is based on the fact that no matter how a highly deadly mass phenomenon occurs, only people already predetermined to death will die from it.