Instagrammer ‘predicted’ her own death in chilling post about ‘being a ghost’ just weeks before dying in boat tragedy

A WOMAN appeared to predict her own death in a chilling post about “being a ghost” just weeks before she was tragically killed in a boat crash.

Kassandra Muhr, 20, died on Sunday after her boat was involved in a high-speed head-on collision with her boyfriend’s boat in Pittwater, Sydney.


Kassandra Muhr, 20, was found dead in her boat after the crash in Pittwater, SydneyCredit: Instagram
Kassandra posted a picture two weeks ago as she sanded down her boat


Kassandra posted a picture two weeks ago as she sanded down her boatCredit: Instagram
She also posted about fixing up a yacht on her Instagram


She also posted about fixing up a yacht on her InstagramCredit: Instagram

Her boyfriend Kobi Bennett, 19, was rushed to hospital with serious head injuries.

Kassandra, known to family and friends as Kaysy, posted a picture on her Instagram two weeks ago as she sanded down her boat.

The chilling caption said: “If you see a ghost flying (in blue Haines) over Pittwater that’s probably me covered in dust.”

She was in the middle of renovating a small boat and said she had just installed lights in the boat as a safety measure for night time sailing.

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Kassandra wrote: “For what it’s worth. After actually never having any, I figured it was about time to invest in some navigation lights without the risk of getting caught every night.

“There’s still more wiring to do but at least they’re in.”

Kassandra, who moved to Australia from Germany three years ago, also posted about fixing up a yacht on her Instagram – where she went by the name Pittwater Pirate.

She said: “Ahoy my fellow pirates. I figured as a girl with a huge passion for boats and the ocean as well as fixing things it might be fun to follow the rebuild on my 28ft yacht ‘Eric’.

“As I have zero experience in boat building, this is going to be a challenge I’m super keen on.”

Kassandra’s heartbroken mum, Romana Muhr, said she took comfort knowing her daughter died “happy” and doing what she loved.

“She left her soul in Australia, a place she truly loved,” she told The Daily Telegraph.

Paramedics had to be brought in by a helicopter near Elvina Bay at Pittwater at about 7pm on Sunday to get help to Kassandra and Kobi.

Cops said two boats were involved in the crash – with Kobi reportedly on the other boat.

He was airlifted to hospital in a serious condition after suffering multiple cuts and bruises to his face and legs, Daily Mail Australia reports.

Locals reportedly said they heard a loud “bang” followed by screams for help.

Cops said they will probe whether the couple were racing.

NSW Police Commander of the Marine Area Command Detective Superintendent Murray Reynolds told reporters: “The investigation remains ongoing but there’s evidence the vessels came into collision with each other.

“We’re yet to understand exactly what happened but potentially the vessels were going in opposite directions.

“There were two people involved in the collision, one a deceased 20-year-old believed to be a German national.

“The other a 19-year-old who had been airlifted to Royal North Shore Hospital.”

Det Insp Murray said the area where the crash happened was “extremely dark” – even at 7pm.

He said: “It’s a tragedy, it’s a horrific set of circumstances.”

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Christine Marks from NSW Ambulance said emergency services said: “This was a major mobilisation of emergency services in very difficult circumstances — pitch black, across cold water, in a very inaccessible location.”

Two ambulance helicopters, four ambulances and water police were scrambled to the scene.

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