Vangelia Pandeva Dimitrova, also known as Baba Vanga, also know as Vangelia Gushterova - her married name, is one of the lesser-known prophets in Western Culture. Prematurely born October 3, 1911 and dying August 11, 1996, she grew to be one of the great prophets of the European countries. She was born in Bulgaria - Ottoman Empire, Yugoslavia, Macedonia or whatever it was and is if you want to get technical - and she spent most of her life living in a small village in the Kozhuh Mountains.
As the story goes, at the age of 12, the young Vangelia was lifted by the wind in a storm and thrown to the ground. She was found with sand and dirt in her eyes and she eventually became blind. Her gift of foresight soon began to show afterwards. Her name, Vangelia, actually translates from Greek to mean "Herald of the Good Message". She would eventually be referred to as Baba Vanga. Baba means grandmother or old woman, but in this case I think it could be similar to Baba Yaga - an Eastern witch-like woman who is sometimes portrayed as a wise giver of advice for those that seek it from her.
Indeed that's what she was. People would line up to get advice on loved ones, illnesses, etc. She had a good knowledge of herbal remedies and prescribed these often. She was also able to communicate with spirits and could "see" a person's life and intentions as though it were a movie to her.
Baba Vanga is credited with foretelling many future events that have already happened. During the earlier years, it is said that her older brother, Vasil, had joined the army and was ready to go to war. Baba Vanga cried and begged him not to go as he would die at the age of 23. Despite the warning, her brother left and eventually surrendered to the Germans who tortured and later executed him. She is believed to have predicted the break-up of the Soviet Union, the Chernobyl disaster, the death of Princess Diana, Boris Yeltsin's electoral victory and the date of Stalin's death but I can't find the original prophecies to verify these.
Over the years, she was visited by many political leaders, including Adolph Hitler. Always the one to turn away bad people after exposing their hidden secrets, Hitler was seen leaving Baba Vanga's house in a bad mood. Had she booted him with harsh words or just told him a future he didn't want to hear I haven't found.