- A California boy remembers in vivid detail his exploits in a WW II fighter plane, and the trauma of being shot down by Japanese anti-aircraft. He attends a reunion of WW II Navy airmen, and recognizes other members of his platoon by name.
- A Turkish boy describes his life as a highwayman. He has birthmarks on his chin and the crown of his head, corresponding to entrance and exit wounds where a famous Turkish gangster shot himself to death rather than be captured by the police.
- A 20th Century Hollywood actor under hypnosis describes his life as a 19th Century piano teacher. In ordinary life he has no musical training, but under hypnosis he plays classics on the piano.
- A Lebanese toddler calls into the telephone "Lela! Lela". As she develops ability to speak, she describes her child (Lela) and husband in Richmond, VA, where she died of complications during heart surgery.
Dr Ian Stevenson, born 99 years ago on Halloween, was head of psychiatry at UVA. He traveled the world for 40 years interviewing children who claimed to remember another life, and wrote 16 books and hundreds of articles detailing over 10,000 stories, any one of which might be taken as powerful evidence that either a highly specific telepathy is at work, or the children are reborn from a previous life.