Bizarre News 4-Year-Old Boy Who Claims to be Reincarnation of Princess Diana
The Boy Who Bizzarly claimed to be a born again British Princess
Billy Campbell, son of Australian TV personality David Campbell, was born 18 years after the death of Princess Diana who was in a car crash of August 1997.
This four-year-old Australian boy, Billy has bizarrely claimed to be the reincarnation of Britain's People Princess - Diana.
The boy's father, a noted Australian television presenter, has said that his son believes he is the reincarnated embodiment of Diana, a UK media report said.
Billy Campbell, son of Australian TV personality David Campbell, was born 18 years after the princess's death in a car crash in 1997.
The bemused father said: "Billy (aged two at this time) pointed and said, 'Look! It's me when I was a princess',"
when he spotted Diana on a card.
However, David goes on to say that the kid's obsession with Diana didn't stop there.
The boys father claims his wife and himself had tested the four-year-old’s belief expecting a laugh and were instead met with chilling results.
“We did a test. We put up pictures of all the castles like, Balmoral, Windsor, etc - and we said, ‘Which one of these ones was your Balmoral Castle?’
Billy knew exactly which castle was Diana’s favourite - Balmoral.
David insisted it was precise every single time.
He said on one occasion the toddler even described the Scottish residence of the royal family in detail to the couple’s visiting Scottish friends, and they were blown away by his accuracy.
For such a young boy, who had no access to this information, where did this all come from?
Peculiarly, Billy could apparently recount details about Diana's life as a toddler, he would refer to Princes William and Harry as his "sons" and have conversations with freaked-out family members in which he would casually mention his "boys".
Even more ludicrously, David alleges that his son would talk about Diana's brother John.
John was a child of the Spencer’s that died in 1960, before Diana was born, is a lesser known figure of the family.
David said they are hardly monarchists, and would rarely discuss the royal family at home, so is at a loss as to how to explain the strange, and accurate, answers his son seems to be able to summon.
Princess Diana’s death in Paris of August 1997 is the source of morbid fascination for many, and the cause of much drama and speculation. What happened here is really unknown but very bizzare indeed.