Some people just have a knack for knowing how the future will unfold. But one Twitter account seems to take that skill WAY further than you could imagine.
via: GuffIt's not just good at predicting the future, it's GREAT at it. So how does this bizarre account, @beyoncefan666, get it right EVERY TIME? First, let's run through the long list of accurate predictions...
Well, you'd expect a "Beyonce Fan" to get Beyonce stuff right first and foremost, but seven months out? That could be a lucky guess from a fan...
via: Guff...or inside info from Beyonce's friends or Beyonce herself. Some people think this account IS Beyonce, actually.
Then there's this tweet, issued a few days before Beyonce let the world know. Less impressive than calling it back in July, but still...doubling down.
Many people could have guessed this was gonna happen, but even the day of the election, millions were surprised.
via: GuffIs this Twitter user clairvoyant?
Well, this may not have been such a bold prediction given the previous one.
via: GuffBut how would a person from the future use Twitter in the past? Something's up, and it's probably not time travel.
This came nine days before the results of the Brexit vote.
via: GuffLucky guess? Inside info?
Ok. That's a little weird. You gotta like the casual, "Just a heads up" and "LOL," though.
Back in June, I'm not even sure Lady Gaga was gonna release an album in October.
This is random and, actually, the most impressive of the bunch, I think.
via: GuffThat decision is almost always swayed by popular sentiment leading up to the announcement and very hard to predict!
People on Twitter seem to agree, judging by the comments.
People wanted to know who this person was and how they were doing it.
People had tried to be "psychic" before by just tweeting a lot of outcomes, then deleting the wrong ones so they look like they can predict the future.
But BeyonceFan666 didn't have that issue, according to the people that followed her.
Well, the answer is painfully simple.
via: GuffBeyonceFan666 IS from the future, warning us of what's to come. Just kidding. What the user actually did was tweet a ton of predictions while their account was private, delete the bad guesses, then take it public so no one saw the bad guesses. Then, bingo! He or she looks like a psychic. Kinda cool even when the secret's out, right?