1. For me, the presence of the flag in the Indian village during the regression, shown by physical research 9 months later to be accurate, was the key to accepting it as accurate. For the entire period of research, I was doubtful of the accuracy of having Indians fly an American flag--the symbol of their enemy--in their camps. That didn't make sense to me. As it turned out, I was right. The Indians didn't normally fly the American flag in their camps, but Chief Black Kettle was told by the Territorial Governor only a wee before the massacre, to fly the flag & it would protect him & his people. So, the regression was accurate long before I or my friend knew such an event could have ever happened, & it was totally accurate--in every detail. I find that rather convincing. 2. If you read the book Soul Survivor, & see what the parents of this child went thru trying to DISPROVE the idea of reincarnation, you'll understand why I see it as such a powerful example of evidence for it. Neither parent believed in reincarnation, but the Dad especially, was determined to reject it. His aversion for reincarnation & his determination to show how it COULDN'T be involved with his son, is very convincing. The Dad was reluctantly forced by the evidence to admit defeat, & accept reincarnation as the only plausible explanation, but only after years of determined effort to avoid that conclusion. The book is an interesting read, but more than that, a compelling journey from disbelief to belief based on irrefutable evidence. I still highly recommend it, if truth is what you are seeking. If skepticism is as far as you really want to go with it, then skip the book. Skeptics don't really care about truth or evidence.