In 1993, there was an Africa-American woman named Pamela Robinson who was killed in a hotel fire. Now, a 5-year-old boy claims that he is the reincarnation of that woman and has been accurate when it comes to proving the claim thus far.

The boy was identified as Luke Ruehiman. He claims to be an African American woman killed in a fire and is now reincarnated, something that has spooked his parents.

Luke was only two-years-old when he started to speak of a woman named Pam. To their knowledge, his parents were not familiar of anyone by that name.

It was only when one day when Luke explained who Pam really was.

“He turned to me and said, ‘Well, I was,’ ” she recounted. “[He said] ‘Well, I used to be, but I died and I went up to heaven,” Luke reportedly told his mother, Erika.

“I saw God and then eventually, God pushed me back down and I was a baby and you named me Luke,’ “ she added.

Aside from that, Luke would tell his folks about travels to Chicago by train. However, the family that resides in Cincinnati, Ohio, claims they have never been to that city.

“He used to say, ‘When I was a girl, I had black hair’ or he would say, ‘I used to have earrings like that when I was a girl,’ ” Erika said.

At some point, Erika started to dig deeper to find out who Pam was. It was then that she was able to find the name Pamela Robinson, one of 19 people killed in a fire at Chicago’s Paxton Hotel in 1993.

The Ruehlmans were connected to a paranormal investigations TV show called “The Ghost Inside My Child.”

While filming, Luke was shown a full page of pictures with different black women in their 30s, one of whom was the late Pam Robinson. When asked to point out Pam, Luke did not think twice and accurately chose the right woman.

Also, Erika found strange similarities between Luke and Pam such as their love for Stevie Wonder and playing the keyboard.

The Ruehlmans were open to sharing their spooky story, but Pam’s family declined to comment, the Post reported.

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