James Leininger: This young boy was always intrigued by planes, especially World War II planes, but around the time he was two, he began having terrible nightmares about the planes he once loved, dreaming of a fiery plane crash and a man trapped inside.
As he grew older, his parents took him to see a counselor who explained the concept of past lives and encouraged him to speak about his memories. James and his parents took the advice to heart and he began telling them more about this other life that he remembered including the type of plane he flew, the ship from which they took off from, and the name of a man he flew with. He also began signing any drawing he made "James 3".
Through a little research, his parents confirmed that a pilot named James M. Huston Jr. was shot down in that type of plane, that took off from the exact boat that the boy named, and that he was shot down on March 3, 1945.
Virginia Tighe: One of the most famous cases of reincarnation. In 1952, Virginia is put in a trance by an amateur hypnotist. While in her trance, she claimed to be Bridey Murphy, an Irish woman that lived in Cork. She described the accident that lead to her death and even her own funeral.
The hypnotist, Morey Bernstein, eventually released a book about the event. Reporters went to Ireland and tried to verify the facts of Virginia's "memories", some were debunked right away, but there were some that have stood the test of time like her ability to describe the coastline and her memory of a nearby church.
So, do you believe in reincarnation and past lives?