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From: "Janet Buck" <>
Subject: Re: re In the blood?
Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2002 21:42:51 +0100
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Hi Chris

Perhaps you had been there in a previous life? I read a very interesting
book once called Yesterday's Children, which was all about someone's past
life. She described everything in detail from the early age of about 5
years old.

She knew all about her children, where she lived and where she eventually
died (quite young) and even drew pictures of the place.

I think she was in her forties when she visited the place and it was exactly
as she had described it all those years ago.

The really uncanny part was that she ACTUALLY FOUND THOSE CHILDREN!!

How on earth does one explain that?

Best wishes,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Collin" <>
To: "Janet Buck" <>
Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2002 8:12 PM
Subject: Re: re In the blood?

> Janet Buck wrote:
> > Ever had the feeling that you know all about a place, but also know that
> > have never been there before?
> >
> > Jan.
> Yes!
> I was in an Air Cadet band out of Penhold, Alberta (near Red Deer). We
> travelled to Cold Lake, where there was an Air Cadet course, to play for a
> parade there. I had never been even close to Cold Lake, but as the bus
> approached, I started recognising more and more. I even told those around
> about where the school was, near the Shell gas station and store, even
though we
> could not see it from where we were. It was not until the next day, when
> went to the base school that my statements were proved completely correct,
> to the type of gas station.
> I have no idea how I did this!
> Chris Collin
> Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
> Searching COLLIN NW Essex 1400-1900

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