When my son was 5 he fell off a climber at school in Junior Kindergarten and broke his clavicle. He had a very high pain thresh-hold and only cried for a short time. His teacher made aware but did not call me. When he arrived home after school he matter-of-factly told me he broke his shoulder. I was doubtful but checked him over. I asked him to re-count the experience and he told me he had been playing and fell from very high to the ground. I asked him if he was scared and he replied he was a little but the angels came to make sure he was ok. I asked him about the angels without prying too much - he attended a Catholic school and I thought maybe the statues confused him and his concepts of angels and he told me he could call them Angels but they didn't look like angels they looked more like wasps. I asked him what they did and he said they just stood around waiting to see what everyone would do and then he didn't see them anymore. Took him to the hospital where the Triage nurse doubted he had a fracture but the x-rays confirmed the break in the clavicle. He was later diagnosed at age 10 with ADHD and I read a number of books including " The Indigo Child" and asked him again about the seeing the angels and again re-told the story but he acted as though I was foolish for asking. I again re-asked when he was 15 and he has never denied what he saw or his experience. He's 26 today, is isolated at times - an online gamer - and had night terrors and also sleep-walked at times throughout his childhood.. He has very rarely slept through any night and was frequently up for drinks or to eat. He has a younger brother ( by 5 years) who is nothing like him personality wise and is very social and happy-go-lucky. Has anyone ever heard a child describe seeing angels when they've been injured - or described angels as looking like giant wasps or insects?