This is one of the strongest reincarnation cases I know of. It was featured, as I understand, on “Unsolved Mysteries,” and the author published an article about it, a condensed presentation of the book, in “The Journal of Regression Therapy,” but the case has all but slipped into obscurity and the book is nearly impossible to find. It was self-published by hypnotherapist Rick Brown, who, according to my information, has since passed on.
Many of the classic elements of a strong reincarnation case are in place, including knowledge of obscure, specific, historically verified information before the subject had any reasonable chance of being exposed to it in any normal way; matching physical symptoms and phobias which were cured upon reliving the past-life death trauma; unexplained special knowledge relating to the past life; interconnected/continuous personality traits; and similar facial structure (the latter may not occur in all cases, but apparently does in many cases). While much of the information was retrieved under hypnosis, demonstration of special knowledge (of the working and architecture of WWII submarines) occurred while in normal waking consciousness. Fraud is not a reasonable alternative explanation in this case, as you will see by a thorough reading of the book. If the skeptic is to be honest, he must say grimly, along with Elrond, Lord of Rivendell in Tolkein’s trilogy, “Our list of allies grows thin.”
This book is out of print. You will have extreme difficulty in finding it out.