I help out at a local nursery occasionally and there is a 3 year old girl there who I think may have past life memories. Despite being a very girly girl who likes playing with dolls, she often draws a biplane. She told me months ago, "It's name is camel." A plane called camel I thought this was simply a small child's imagination. However, I have recently discovered that during WW1 there was a biplane called a Sopwith Camel. I printed off a picture of one and showed it to Jasmine. She was delighted and then said sadly, "My one's all broken in the trees." I mentioned this all to her mother who told me that she sometimes had night terrors and screamed for someone or something called "Dard." I gather that Jasmine usually goes back to sleep without really waking up from these dreams, but on one occasion she did appear to wake and said that she wanted to go home. When told that she was home, she said that in the morning she wanted to go to somewhere that sounded to her parents like Shanaganny. I looked this up and there is a place in Co. Cork, Ireland called Shanagarry. I have no idea if there is a connection between these night terrors and the WW1 Sopwith Camel biplane, but any comments would be welcome. Angelcat This post and discussion is continued in the thread Jasmine and her 'Camel'