Reincarnation is the belief that a soul starts a new life in a different body once it’s previous life expires. Supposedly, they reincarnate into the body of an animal. Other times, it can also be a totally different person. The belief is common in major religions in India, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism. Reincarnation is originally part of the Samsara doctrine of cyclic existence.
In the United States, a young boy at the age of seven claimed that he may be a reincarnation of a woman who died in 1993. Based on Huffington Post’s report, Luke Ruehlman believes that he is Pam Robinson in his supposed past life.
Robinson was an African-American woman who lost her life in a tragic fire that occurred in the Paxton Hotel in Chicago. The year was 1993.
How he obtained that information remains unclear. The source stated that the young boy has creeped out his mom when he was just two-years-old. He mentioned a mysterious woman named Pam. His mom asked him who Pam was. In an interview with Fox 8, she shared:
“He turned to me and said, ‘Well, I was.’ [He said] ‘Well, I used to be, but I died and I went up to heaven. I saw God and then eventually, God pushed me back down and I was a baby and you named me Luke.’”
The boy also stated that he traveled by train in Chicago. His whole family does not know any woman named Pam and the boy had never been in Chicago. The mom was so confused at her son’s mysterious statements that she decided to do some research.
Eventually, she found out that Pam was someone who died in the Paxton Hotel fire in 1993. She and the rest of the family members refused to comment on the situation.
Watch the video report about him below, as shared by the YouTube channel of VisualiveTV:
What do you think about this? Do you think the boy was really the reincarnation of a certain Pam? Let us know your thoughts about this in the comments section below!