There are many stories about and with young children that may be proof of reincarnation. I will present three such stories. The other day I saw the documentary:
1. The Boy Who Lived Before
Cameron, ever since he was just a toddler, talks about another family he used to live with, called the Robertsons. Cameron knows the names of his previous family, where they lived, and can even describe the house and the landscape of his previous home on the island of Barra, some 200 miles away. But Cameron has never been there. Doctor Jim Tucker, of the University of Virginia, and Cameron’s mother travel to Barra with Cameron to find the house, exactly as Cameron described.
This six-year-old boy is called Cameron Macaulay. He is not much different from other boys of his age. What differentiates him from others is that he likes to talk about his “old mum”, his former family and a white house standing on the bay. But none of them is related to his current life. The place he is talking about is a place where he had never been in this life and is on the Isle of Barra, 160 miles away from where he is living now. These things make Cameron’s mother feel worried.
Cameron spoke about his former parents, how his dad died, and about his brothers and sisters in the previous life. He also said that his “old mum” was the one in his previous life. Cameron believes that he has a previous life and he worries that the family in his previous life misses him. His nursery school teacher told Norma all the things Cameron was saying about the Isle of Barra and how he misses his mummy and his brothers and sisters there.
2. Another story is called The MOST AMAZING Reincarnation Story
“Actual Footage of Family whose Child is a Reincarnated Soul of a past dead World War Fighter and This little Boy actually remembers details of his past life. Whether You’re A Christian, Buddhist or Hindu This Movie Will Change Your Whole View of life as you see it. Finally Reincarnation Proof!!! Reincarnation Past Life Evidence. What a Great Reincarnation Documentary.”
This story catches my emotions and reminds me of how I as a little boy allways run to hide when I heard an aeroplane. I was 6 or 7 and this was around 1956, eleven years after the second worldwar. I was born and lived in Sweden who had no war what so ever. I made the same sketches as this boy, and was always frightened for bombs. Perhaps a trauma from earlier life.
3. Ohio boy shares specific details about his life as a Chicago woman who suffered a horrific death
Link to Youtube
CINCINNATI (WITI) — Parents will tell you — kids say and do the darndest things.
“We used to laugh and call him an old man,” Erika Ruehlman said.
Ruehlman says she found it quirky and cute that her young son, Luke seemed obsessed with safety in and around their suburban Cincinnati home.
“Very cautious about, like, crossing the street — anything that might be hot or dangerous or high,” Ruehlman said.
And then there was that other fixation.
“I think I specifically asked him ‘why did you name your ladybug Pam?’ And he said ‘I just think it’s a nice name,’” Ruehlman said.
Soon, everything was ‘Pam,’ with increasingly peculiar comments.
“He used to say ‘when I was a girl, I had black hair,’ or he would say ‘I used to have earrings like that when I was a girl,’” Ruehlman said.
The stay-at-home mom wondered “where was he getting these ideas?” Luke’s answer changed their lives.
“I was like ‘who is Pam’ out of frustration, and that’s when he turned to me and looked at me and said ‘well, I was.’ And I was like ‘what do you mean you were?’ And he’s like ‘well, I used to be, but I died. I went up to heaven, and I saw God, and he pushed me back down and when I woke up, I was a baby and you named me Luke,’” Ruehlman said.
Now, Ruehlman was really confused.
“She called me and she said, ‘you know, something weird is going on,’” Ruehlman’s mom, Lisa Trump said.
Trump remembered a book she had read back in the 70s by the late Dr. Ian Stevenson, called “Twenty Cases Suggestive of Reincarnation.”
“We started to realize that perhaps we did actually have something there,” Trump said.
“I decided to go ahead and ask him further — ‘do you remember how you died?’ And he looked right at me, and he said ‘well, yeah. It was a fire.’ And then he made like, a motion with his hand. Like he was jumping off of a building,” Ruehlman said.
A tall building, in a big city — where Luke said he walked a lot, and took the train.
“I was like ‘are you sure it was Chicago?’ And he was like ‘yes, I remember it was Chicago. It was Chicago,’” Ruehlman said.
Ruehlman plugged the information into the internet.
“And that’s when I came across the Paxton Hotel,” Ruehlman said.
The Paxton Hotel was a residential building in a predominantly African-American Chicago neighborhood.
“You know, I just asked him — I was very casual about it, like — ‘Luke, what color was Pam’s skin?’ And he just looked right up at me like – ‘duh, black,’” Ruehlman said.
In March 1993, a massive fire raced through the Paxton Hotel, trapping most residents. Nineteen people died — including a woman in her 30s named Pamela Robinson.
“Pam had jumped out of a window to her death. I was really kind of weirded out by it at this point,” Ruehlman said.
While working with the Lifetime documentary series “Ghost Inside My Child,” Erika and Nick Ruehlman decided to put their now five-year-old to the test.
“I printed out a picture of Pam, and we had put it on a sheet of paper with a bunch of fake pictures. I didn’t really think that he was going to pick the right one,” Ruehlman said.
But with the cameras rolling, Luke saw “someone I can recognize.” Luke said “I remember when this one was taken.”
“And he pointed to the correct one,” Ruehlman said.
“It took me a couple days to wrap my head around it. I couldn’t sleep. I thought about it constantly,” Ruehlman’s mother, Lisa Trump said.
The Ruehlman family says immediately, their thoughts turned to the family of Pamela Robinson — still in the Chicago area. FOX6’s sister station, FOX8 in Cleveland reached out to them. They said “no comment” at this time.
Erika Ruehlman says she spoke with a family member of Pamela Robinson, and she discovered even more similarities.
“I know that Pam was a big Stevie Wonder fan, and Luke really likes that era of music. She played the keyboard a lot, and one of the things that Luke — his favorite toy at the time was this little tiny piano that he would tote around with him,” Ruehlman said.
Just as Ruehlman was becoming truly connected with Pam’s memory, Luke let her go.
“It’s like he got it all out and he was finished — and he had nothing more to say about it,” Ruehlman said.
But the family continues to share their journey with anyone who will listen — not seeking fame or fortune.
“We didn’t receive any money from the (Ghost Inside My Child) show,” Lisa Trump said.
They tell Luke’s story because, they say, it’s a message that needs to be told.
“It’s a positive one. It’s one of unification. It’s one of love,” Erika Ruehlman said.
“I think it tells us that we shouldn’t define the soul by race or gender. Out of the mouth of babes,” Lisa Trump said.