What it's like to have an NDE, based on reports from 50 people who have experienced it NOT ALL near-death experiences (NDE) are alike, contrary to a popular belief. In the stereotypical NDE, the person clinically dies, enters a tunnel of light, is greeted by relatives or beings of light, is
Walls of skulls, display cases containing demonic dolls, or massive hairballs removed from the stomachs of beasts and humans—oh, yes, it’s about to get weird. Come along with us as we step inside the country’s freakiest museums. Locations Covered: Museum of Death - Los Angeles, California The National Museum of Health and Medicine
Perhaps science will never be capable of proving without a shadow of a doubt whether or not the afterlife exists. But science is at least capable of determining how many people have reported experiences of the afterlife. Studies also show that many of the experiencers were not previously spiritual or religious people.