The person I have very strong memories of having lived as is Robin Ann Graham, a girl from Los Angeles who was kidnapped in 1970 at age 18 and whose body has never been found. My sisters from back then are still alive and I have been speaking to them, with them confirming much of what I remember. I would like to share with you some of my "proven memories" that I have already posted on my private Instagram and that were confirmed by my two youngest sisters. While there is more, I understand that some circumstances could be found out through online research, so I am only going to show you guys things I absolutely could not have known. I am going to post collages with explainations. 1) My sisters have been able to confirm quite a few memories for me, but I believe this one to be one of the most stunning examples. This is the original one I sent to two of them: "Mom is sitting on a wooden bench, she is wearing a blue jacket made of very thin fabric. Dale is in front of me, looking into some kind of telescope, the lower part of it is bright orange. Pat is standing next to him and keeps asking what he is looking for. He mumbles something I dont understand. Mom is still wearing that same jacket. I am walking next to her and look to the left. There is a huge white building with a lawn and flowerbeds of small, bright red flowers in front of it. The place is buzzing with people. We are passing by a column, something that looks like an obelisk with faces engraved into it." Now one sister quickly figured out it was Griffith Observatory I was remembering. She sent me a newer photo and I immediately recognized it and jokingly said that the flowers are missing, though. Then she showed me the old postcard you can see in the second picture. My other sister confirmed that mom did own the jacket I described!!! 2) I told my sisters several times I remembered applying for and participating in something called Mayteen, but they did not know what that was. In my memory, I was participating in events where we were given clothes by a company that we had to wear to advertise the brand. Then, eventually, a newspaper page turned up that my parents had saved, confirming what I had said. 3) Minor, but still relevant. This is little H, my second youngest sister, on her 4th birthday. I took the black and white photo from her Facebook page and colorized it the way that seemed "correct". I was 100℅ sure that this outfit had been light pink - I was right!