Children Remember Dying in Oklahoma Bombing, 9/11? Reincarnation?
Children Remember Dying in Oklahoma Bombing, 9/11? Reincarnation?

 

Molly Curnutte talks about her son Cade’s memories of dying in a past life. His comments led her to believe he was killed in 9/11. It started as nightmaresmany past-life recalls among children start as nightmares, say reincarnation experts.

“Cade was very good as a baby. He slept a lot, [he was] calm, quiet. Right about the time Cade was 3, he would wake up screaming about falling, and the Statue of Liberty, and about his leg being broken off,” Curnutte said.

“It would start off with things like lightning, two buildings, a man falling off. In my head at the time, I did begin to think he was describing 9/11. As a mother, I was concerned that early on he was so concerned with death [and] dying. But he would always assure me that we don’t die. He would tell me that we don’t die and that he picked me. He would tell me that he chose me. He would tell me that he was older than I was. “

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Oklahoma City Bombing Victim Reborn?

 

Beth Culpepper’s daughter, Carson, reported memories at a young age of what Culpepper thinks is her daughter’s past-life death in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.

“If you die in a violent event, you can come back remembering your past life,” Culpepper said. Her daughter reports a memory of a man who drove his truck into a building, an explosion.

“I was scared. I wanted to know if there were other kids out there who had talked about the Oklahoma City bombing. When I went online I found there were a lot of families who have children who will have what they call spontaneous memories of past lives, but I did not find anybody else who has a child remembering Oklahoma at that point.

But it was still reassuring to see that other families had these spontaneous memories. I wasn’t the only one that their kids talked about living before.

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