A four-year-old boy in Australia, Billy Campbell, claims that he is the reincarnation of Princess Diana. Campbell, who knows nothing of the Royal Family, began hinting he is the rebirth of Lady Diana since the age of two. He has recounted parts of the ill-fated Princess’s life in startling detail.
The Australian youngster often mentions his “boys”, Prince Harry and Prince William, as well as describing Balmoral Castle with amazing accuracy. His father, Australian TV reporter David Campbell, revealed Billy’s bizarre comments on air.
According to the senior Campbell, “the hints began when Billy, aged 2 at the time, pointed at a picture of Diana and said, ‘Look, it’s me when I was a Princess.’”
Mr Campbell said, “It started when someone gave my wife Lisa, a card with Lady Di on it.”
Billy’s father continued to describe the bizarre prattlings of his young son, saying that Billy would tell his family about having a brother named John (Diana’s brother John died before she was born) and that he started to refer to his “two boys.”
When Mr. Campbell asked Billy “what boys,” the then three-year-old would say his “sons,” which David admitted was quite strange.
According to David Campbell’s reporting, “Billy would then accurately describe what Balmoral, the Queen’s Christmas residence, looked like without ever having seen it for himself and to a Scottish friend of the family Billy had claimed when he was Princess Diana he used to go to a castle in that kilted wonderland.
“He described the castle as having ‘unicorns on it’ and was called Balmoral, David Campbell said. The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland and there are unicorns on the walls, how would a three-year-old know this?”
The Child Chillingly Recalls Experiencing Diana’s Death
Billy’s most chilling recount comes as he appears to remember Diana’s deadly car crash in Paris in 1997.
Mr. Campbell said, “Lisa (Billy’s mom) showed him another photo of Diana, and Billy said, ‘There’s me as a princess. Then one day the sirens came and I wasn’t a princess anymore.’”
Mr. Campbell concluded his broadcast about his son’s bizarre circumstances by saying, “Will Billy grow up and never remember this? Could he actually be the reincarnated essence of the People’s Princess?”