Confirmed dream information from a well-known Australian scientist and author.
I'm certain that many people have some recall of past lives. In my own case, from the earliest age I remembered my death as a pilot in the Battle for Britain in World War II. I know I was 22 at the time and very little else. Those last moments were a regular dream for many years and somewhat embarrassingly (particularly for my spouse) every time we fly to the UK the sight of the white cliffs on the coast instantly reduces me to tears and a feeling of great sadness. The reaction is not controllable.
As a small child I had an extraordinary interest in fighter planes and could identify the earlier WWII British fighters and bombers. A bit odd since I was not born then, and am an Australian. In the last seconds of the past memory I am apparently outside the aircraft and watching it crash into the corner of a field. For many years we returned annually to tour Britain and I never saw anything that looked like the place I remembered. I never made the effort to read about the Battle of Britain - somehow I just wanted to live this life - and vaguely thought it was over the countryside south of London.
On a car trip through England a few years ago we decided to head out to Margate on the east coast, a drive which we had for some reason never made. That was when I saw the exact field and corner in which the plane crashed. My spouse knew about this haunting memory and when I asked to stop the car both of us immediately knew I had finally found the site. When we set out again, about a mile down the road we found a sign for a turnoff to the left to the museum for the Battle of Britain with confirming information.