REV. BILLY GRAHAM GAVE HOPE TO NATION
REV. Billy Graham believed he’d rescued millions by taking his Christian message worldwide, but the TV preacher died haunted by two friends he failed to save.
Graham confessed he had frightening premonitions about the deaths of President John F. Kennedy and actress Marilyn Monroe — but his warnings went unheeded!
“They might be alive today if someone had listened,” says a friend.
The 99-year-old evangelist, who died at his Montreat, N.C., home Feb. 21, had a “feeling of imminent and impending tragedy” while visiting Texas less than a month before JFK’s assassination in Dallas.
“The president’s visit was preying on my mind. I felt it was a doomed trip,” he revealed.
But he was unable to get a warning to the president, and on Nov. 22, 1963, JFK was dead.
Graham also had a chilling sense of dread for Marilyn.
“I tried to reach her days before her death,” he said. “But she wasn’t seeing anyone or taking calls.”
On Aug. 5, 1962, JFK’s blond lover was found dead under suspicious circumstances.
The pastor was shattered.
But Graham, who prayed with presidents from Harry Truman to Barack Obama, didn’t fear his own death.
“He was ready to meet his maker and be reunited on the other side with his beloved wife, Ruth, who passed in 2007,” says a source.
The TV preacher tried to warn the president and actress before their deaths