Does your 3-year-old have a strange understanding of the inner workings of the Titanic?
Is your 6-year-old boy able to translate the words of Adolf Hitler?
Does your 7-year-old girl say bizarre things about how she spied on you in a window from heaven before she was born?
As strange as it sounds, some people believe those anecdotes are signs the kids were reincarnated.
Belief in reincarnation goes back centuries and is part of many religious faiths, but there is, so far, little scientific data supporting it.
However, the producers of a reality series are gathering some intriguing information that may suggest reincarnation does exist, but they need help.
The producers of Ghost Inside My Child a reality series returning for its second season later this year on the LMN network, are currently conducting a casting call for children who claim to have, or have had, past life memories.
Currently, the show has interviewed 12 families over the course of doing the show and need at least eight more for the next season.
Producer Sandra Alvarez-Smith admits the pool is too small to be scientifically valid, but said she's been amazed at the similarities between the kids who've been interviewed so far.
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If you think you or your child had a past life, apply online or by emailing email@example.com. You can also contact Alvarez-Smith at 323-410-7580 or Amanda Spain at 323-410-7859
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story said that the upcoming version of "Ghost Inside My Child" will be on the MyLifetime network. It will be on the Lifetime Movie Network, which is being rebranded as LMN. Also, Adolf Hitler's name was incorrectly spelled.