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<P<I“Mommy, I used to be a tall baseball player.”[/I]
<P<I“Yes, you will be a tall baseball player someday.”[/I]
<P<IWith a look of exasperation, he stomped his foot and hollered.[/I]
<P<I<I“[/I]No! I [/I]was <Ia tall baseball player—tall like Daddy!<I”[/I][/I]
<P<I [/I]<BR><IWhat was my son trying to say to me? Did he mean . . . he couldn’t mean . . . was he trying to tell me that he was a grown-up in a previous lifetime?[/I]
<PAt the tender age of two, baseball prodigy Christian Haupt began sharing vivid memories of being a baseball player in the 1920s and ’30s. From riding cross-country on trains, to his fierce rivalry with Babe Ruth, Christian described historical facts about the life of American hero and baseball legend Lou Gehrig that he could not have <Ipossibly[/I] known at the time.
<PDistraught by her son’s uncanny revelations, Christian’s mother, Cathy, embarked on a sacred journey of discovery that would shake her beliefs to the core and forever change her views on life and death.
<PIn this compelling and heartwarming memoir, Cathy Byrd shares her remarkable experiences, the lessons she learned as she searched to find answers to this great mystery, and a story of healing in the lives of these intertwined souls.
<P<IThe Boy Who Knew Too Much[/I] will inspire even the greatest skeptics to consider the possibility that love never dies.