I have to agree with this. It's a load of bullsh*t.
All these things are a combination of coincidences, knowing people too well or subconsciously hearing stuff that then puts ideas into your head and you dream about it or by some process see something happen.
There has to be a practical explanation for everything.
I once had a very powerful dream that I was in an areoplane. It was full of passengers at the lights were on, so it had to be dark outside. I could feel the plane starting to move as it would along a runway. Suddenly there was the horrible loud noise of tearing metal, the plane started juddering violently, the lights went out and people were screaming in panic. I woke up shouting "It's going to crash! It's going to crash!" I felt so scared I got out of bed and ran over to the window. I quickly realised I'd been dreaming and got back into bed. The time on my bedside clock was just past 1.30 am.
I thought no more about it until I bought my morning paper and saw the bold headlines "92 killed in air crash". Underneath were the words "At 1.30 this morning a BEA Vanguard bound for Edinbugh crashed on take-off at Heathrow Airport, killing all on board ....."
I'm waiting for the sceptics to tell me that, of course, air crashes are well documented, but I can't believe that my dream and its timing were coincidence. It's just totally inexplicable.
Incidentally, when my mother was 7 years old she woke her parents up in the middle of the night and told them that the ship was sinking and that they must help all these people who were shouting and struggling in the cold water in the dark. Later the following day, news came through of the sinking of the Titanic.