A country singer asked her friends to take care of her kids after escaping death twice and fearing a third accident. She died a week later!
Patsy Cline lived through two nearly fatal accidents, asked her friends to care for her children, because she felt another and final accident would happen soon. A week later she died!
Patsy Cline was born Virginia Patterson Hensley in 1932 and quickly became one of the most influential female vocalists of the 20th century. She was a pioneer in the country music industry and successfully crossed-over to pop music. She was part of the 1960s Nashville sound. She opened the doors for women headline performers in the country music genre.
In 1962 and 1963, Cline began telling close friends including Loretta Lynn, June Carter Cash, and Dottie West that she felt an impending doom and that she wouldn’t live much longer. She began giving away her belongings and writing her will asking for her friends to care for her two children should she pass.
A week before her death, she told a friend “Honey, I’ve had two bad ones (accidents). The third one will either be a charm or it’ll kill me.” A week later after performing at a benefit in Kansas City she flew home to Nashville. The flight crashed in Tennessee and killed her.