Luke Ruehlman is a five-year-old boy from Ohio who claims to have lived a past life up to the age of 30 as a woman.
He started to display strange behavior from the age of two when he appeared convinced that he used to be a young black woman from Chicago…
Luke was convinced that this young black woman was named Pam and frequently used to tell his parents what he looked like when he was female. He claimed that Pam had met her end by tragically leaping from a burning building.
On one occasion he claimed he used to wear earrings similar to the ones being worn by a character on TV. On another occasion he informed them that when he was a girl he used to have black hair.
As Luke grew older he also claimed to remember the moment he died and how he was converted into a newborn baby. He then remembers being sent back down to earth as this baby.
The Paxton Hotel Fire
An investigation into Luke’s claims took place and came to an extraordinary discovery. They located information regarding a fire that had taken place in The Paxton Hotel, Chicago in 1993.
The investigation was to be part of a documentary based on Luke’s claims.
In this documentary Luke was eventually tested through images of women that bore similarities to Pam Robinson.
In among all these random ladies was a picture of Pam – the investigators asked Luke if he could point her out…
He successfully picked the correct picture!
Luke’s mother, Erika, was convinced that her son had some kind of link to this lady that had perished in Chicago. She tenderly reached out to Pamela’s family in an attempt to gather more information on the subject.
They exchanged facts and it came to light that both Robinson and Luke had a love of Stevie Wonder music and they both had a passion for playing the keyboard.
Luke’s recollections have now stopped but his mother, Erika remains convinced that he had some sort of past life link to Pamela Robinson.
If you interested in finding out more on the subject of past lives we suggest checking out How To Uncover Your Past Lives ( By Ted Andrews ). Read our full review on his book HERE