There speaks somebody who won't let facts get in the way of beliefs.
This is a discussion forum. You don't get to dismiss people who raise evidence you don't like.
Just to review...
1. Stevenson started with a belief he inherited from his mother and then spent the rest of his life gathering anecdotes that he could use to confirm it.
2. Stevenson belived that some illness cannot be explained by genes or infection but only by reference to past lives. Similarily he postulated that birth marks and defects are signs of wounds sufferd in previous lifetimes.
3. He went to India and other countries where belief in reincarnation was already rife and started interviewing children via interpreters.
4. When children talk about their past lives they are almost always of a higher class and lived and died in dramatic circumstances.
5. Nothing could possibly be allowed to count against his beliefs. Any time a child's story didn't check out it was simply discarded. Any time he found a connection between what a child said and some historical reality, however tenuous, it was marked up as evidence.
6. Stevenson never proposed any mechanism for how injuries experienced in one life could physically impact on the next.