Right Scoop: 4 year old sees his baby sister … before she was born

It is an awesome story. Awesome because there is little explanation for this other than a: it’s true, b: it’s a set up. But the evidence would seem to show it’s legit. A young boy, under anesthesia during an operation sees his baby sister, who had miscarried before she was born. Amazing.

This is via the Right Scoop. Watch and listen and be amazed. Awesome. I will update with my comments later.


UPDATE: here’s what the Right Scoop has to say about it’s believability on this:

Apparently during the same surgery Colton went to Heaven where he recounts how he met his grandfather who he had never known, who he later recognized in photos. The interesting thing is that he didn’t recognize photos of his grandfather as an old man with glasses, which is how everyone knew him, but rather as a young man. Colton’s father literally had go find a photo of ‘Pop’ as a young man before Colton was able to recognize him. Now that’s pretty wild.

But I must say what really surprised me was that Colton’s father recounts how Colton, still 4 years old, told his mother “you had a baby die in your tummy didn’t you”, which completely shocked them both because they had never told him about their miscarriage. They asked him how he knew and he said that he met his sister in Heaven and she told him what happened.

… I’m sure there are some of you who will be naysayers, but to me this is pretty amazing and rather difficult to simply reject out of hand.

Do you believe?

12 replies
  1. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    I think Pascal had the right idea:

    Pascal's Wager (or Pascal's Gambit) is a suggestion posed by the French philosopher, mathematician and physicist Blaise Pascal that, even though the existence of God cannot be determined through reason, a person should wager as though God exists, because living life accordingly has everything to gain, and nothing to lose.



  2. Anne-EH
    Anne-EH says:

    Jim, THANK-YOU in shoutout for presenting this wonderful story of this kid and his encounter with Heaven. It just CONFIRMED what I do believe as a Christian and as a Catholic. :)=^..^=

  3. weregettinghosed
    weregettinghosed says:

    This story is one of strength, and those denying their position on Godly beliefs demonstrate their lack of strength. Should one believe an act of strength is to deny their belief in God and his paradise, is weak in spirit. If you are afraid to speak out of God then you are denying him, have strength and speak out, your words show you are strong enough to stand up, God supplies you with a multitude of strength.

    A story such as this happened to me nearly 4 years ago, changing my outlook on my purpose on this earth and what life should be. A similar story is known from my daughter, she too has changed her outlook and lives a much different life. Each of us lives life with joy and understanding of every event being one of great experience for our spirits. My look into the other side gave me an experience to know God is wonderful, full of joy and light, that all I saw was beautiful, my father gave me words of wisdom, my deceased daughter was nothing less than holding the light of the world within her, all gave me reason to continue living my life with purpose.

  4. robinv
    robinv says:

    Coincidentally, I just finished reading Don Piper's "90 Minutes in Heaven" earlier this week.  I'm grateful for people like Colton and Don who have the courage to share such stories.

  5. Friday John
    Friday John says:

    As a todler, by daughter asked me a number of times: "Daddy, remember when i was big?"  I always took  this to mean that we were together before we were born and new each other in another capacity.  I think we have a much stronger natural connection to God when we are young, I know I did. 

  6. Odonna
    Odonna says:

    Thank you for sharing these stories.  Kenneth Ring at UCONN studied Near Death Experiences for decades.  A friend of mine who had an NDE and knew Ring recommended his last book Lessons From the Light.

  7. chocolyle
    chocolyle says:

    Jim thank you for bringing us this story. It brings a lot of things in to the light. It also reminds me of just how small we are in the universe.

    I, sadly was once pro-choice, when you have your first child, it changes your thoughts, it did for me at least. This really cemented my beliefs. I miss my father, grand parents etc. but I always knew that they were looking over my family. This, just for me really, is proof to that.

  8. Friday John
    Friday John says:

    If anyone is interested in approaching the subject from a slightly different angle, a great book is "Many Lives, Many Masters" by Dr. Brian Weiss.  In it, he chronicles his efforts to help a patient with many phobias using past life regression.  Amazing similarities witth this boy's story in that she knew things about the Dr.'s life that should could not have know about him.

  9. David R
    David R says:

    I find this very interesting, though puzzling, especially that un-born children make it to heaven. It is both reassuring and troubling since it suggests that the consequence of pre-natal death is that the child goes straight to paradise. Any thoughts?

  10. Tbone McGraw
    Tbone McGraw says:

    Hey David R, "To be absent from the body, is to be present with the LORD". Don't be troubled, the child didn't do anything and is back home with Father and innocent. Now, the person(s) making the decision to send them back are the one(s), who will be before Father answering for the death of the child, when their time here has ended. And they Father and the Child will make the decisions at that time.

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