A pair of young parents, enjoying life in their idyllic southern Louisiana community, have their lives turned upside-down when their three-year-old son begins to suffer from night terrors several times a week. Nightmares for young children are nothing rare–many a kid finds solace in the “big bed” between mommy and daddy–but when little James starts getting specific while talking in his sleep, Bruce Leininger and his wife begin to get suspicious, if not a little creeped out.
James was talking in his sleep about being in an airplane that was on fire, being unable to get out. In his waking hours, he seems to know more than the average kid about World War II, war-time aircraft, and battles in the Pacific. He starts to say names.
Mrs. Leininger believes that her son is a World War II fighter pilot come back to life. Reincarnated. Mr. Leininger, a lifelong Christian, has trouble with the idea. Until he starts doing some research.
I’m going to be gone for the rest of today and into tomorrow. I can’t promise that Robert will not be putting something up here at America’s Right–although he has certainly earned himself a break with yesterday’s phenomenal piece–but I do know that when I return we’ll soon have some great material from young Jesse Civello and from our own Internet security guru, John Cardillo, on the new bill that would provide the president with emergency powers related to private sector Internet access.
In the meantime, however, click HERE to read the incredible story of little James Leininger in the Daily Mail, and leave a comment or two describing what you think.