There are enough stories out there of little kids describing – sometimes in freakish detail – the things that happened to them “before they were born this time” or something similar to make even the most ardent non-believer at least stop and think.
And while some kids seem to remember only the way they died, this little boy (5 now, but has been telling the same story since he was 3), recalls not only fighting and dying in a war, but claims that his now-uncle died there with him.
Yeah. That’s a new one for me.
He says they were on a boat together and were attacked, then they swam to shore where they shot others, and were ultimately shot and killed themselves.
To add to the fascination, he also seems to know how to handle and use guns even though no one has taught him it before, and he and the uncle have always been exceptionally close.
Commenters were all over this (because it’s super strange but also sort of cool).
The first one asked if he’d ever wanted to know more details.
And OP replied with some more wild information
Some of them chimed in with their own kids’s descriptions of their past lives, as well, though not nearly as interesting.
This one wanted to know what the uncle thought about it all.
And OP blew us all away again, saying they’d always been close.
Do you believe in past lives, or reincarnation? Does this convince you one way or another?
What do you think about this story if you don’t think it could be a real memory from a past life? I want to hear your logic!