Then there's this slight inconsistency: From Cathy Byrd's The Boy Who Knew Too Much (Hay House, 2017) p.199 "In February 2015, nearly one full year after connecting with Reverend Ken, Christian and I took a trip to Milford, Connecticut, to visit Mom Gehrig's old stomping grounds where she had lived with the Steigler family. As Christian and I were preparing for our trip to the East Coast, Reverend Ken and his wife, Marilyn, were preparing to attend the 50-year reunion of his historic march alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in 1965." But it was just a few pages back where we were informed that Cathy had had her third regression with Jeroen in November, 2014, the one where Cathy seemingly out of the blue comes up with several obscure and specific details about the Steigler family and Mom Gehrig's life with them 1951-1954 (Mom Gehrig's death): p. 176 "I thought I was also done exploring my personal connection to Christina Gehrig that had surfaced through my past-life regressions until I went to see Jeroen for a third time and inadvertently slipped back down the rabbit hole. Jeroen had offered me a complimentary past-life regression in return for a workshop I had treated him to and I decided to take him up on his generous offer in November 2014." This kind of makes a sham out of what Cathy states to have happened on pp. 185-186, where she says she found a photocopy of a letter to Mr. George Steigler which she had obtained from the National Baseball Hall of Fame archives in July 2014. It was this letter, or so we were led to believe, that led her to the Steigler's in Milford, Connecticut, and specifically to Jill Steigler, the daughter of the late George and Laurel Steigler. Laurel Steigler passed away June 30, 2014, her husband George having predeceased her by several years. However, it couldn't have been too difficult to come up with the name of the Steigler family from Christina "Mom" Gehrig's March 14, 1954 obituary, available online with two clicks of a mouse, or through newspapers . com. Once she had George Steigler's name it wouldn't have taken too much more research, most likely through ancestry . com, to come up with George Steigler's son's name, Rev. Kenneth Steigler and his sister Jill, even though she would have had to have made special requests to Steigler family tree members to access that kind of private info. Or she may have been able to get Ken and Jill's contact info directly from 95 year old Laurel Steigler herself, since Mrs. Steigler was still alive and living in Milford, Connecticut. Regardless of how she came up with Rev. Ken's and Jill's contact information, the fact that she did contact them months before her third regression, puts a heavy taint on anything "new" that may have come out of it.