In 1989 she predicted the World Trade Center disaster in the following statement:
"Horror, horror! The American brethren will fall after being attacked by the steel birds. The wolves will be howling in a bush, and innocent blood will be gushing."
"Brethren" is believed to refer to the "Twin" Towers or the "Brothers". "Steel Birds" are obviously the jets. The part about the bush is believed to refer to President Bush.
In 1980, she even predicted:
"At the turn of the century, in August of 1999 or 2000, Kursk will be covered with water, and the whole world will be weeping over it."
Kursk was the name of a large city in Russia, also the site of the largest tank battle of WWII. Nobody could understand how the city would be covered by water but the meaning was clear on August 12, 2000, when the Russian submarine, Kursk, named after the city, suffered an explosion and left the survivors for dead at the bottom of the ocean. I remember this news story well. The Russian government did nothing to try and rescue the survivors while the British and Norwegian rescue attempts failed. Baba Vanga was even able to predict the month and a 50% chance of the year this would happen.
Communications with Spirits and Aliens?
She is also known in the U.F.O. community for claims that she speaks with an Alien race named the Vamfim. As she regularly conversed with spirits, who knows if it's real or hoaxed (on the aliens' account if we take Vanga for her word). They claim to be from the 3rd planet or realm from Earth - depending where you look. They're here to help and there are many references to the Vamfim around the net now. I do believe it was Baba Vanga who started the belief in the Vamfim but I'll save more on that for possibly a future article when I have more information.
Some people that have studied Baba Vanga's predictions say that she was roughly 80% accurate. However, as can be expected, there are the skeptics that believe many of her predictions were written after the fact. Since Vanga was only semi-literate, her prophecies were written down by those around her. As she is well-known in Europe, she is relatively unknown in the West and I have no mention of her in any of my books and the only information I can find is online which deals mostly with her life and the summed up list of correct predictions. The only books I can find of her have yet to be translated to English so it doesn't look like I can research more than I have for the last few hours online.