"I was researching my name, my ancestry, one day. I'm a lifelong skeptic and cynic, right? I don't believe in the supernatural. But I was looking at some old documents from the Civil War and I discovered a list that documented the men that were lost on the Union side in one of the battles in a post-Civil War skirmish that was still happening in the Southern hills. I noticed a name that was exactly my name. My name is Peter David Lambdin and I noticed on the list of men who died that day in battle the name Peter David Lambdin as one of the soldiers. And not only was that a coincidence, but the eerie part was that the skirmish took place on April 19, 1870, which would have been a hundred years to the day of my birth on April 19th, 1970. That's probably the weirdest thing that's ever happened to me."
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