This article was written by novelist Richard DeWitt Miller (1910 – 1958) who assembled a number of anecdotes and first-hand accounts from people of various backgrounds who had all experienced singularly unique moments in their lives that were unworldly; happenings that could only serve as evidence that there exists a life after this one.
The first story Miller sites is that of a doctor who had achieved some measure of success as a neurologist some seventy years ago and the eerie occurrence that took place after a full day of tending to his patients. Numerous other recollections from other sources pertain to remote viewing and telepathy.
"The first investigation of life after death was begun in 1882 by the British Society for Psychical Research. The records of this society contain tens of thousands of cases falling into certain general classes. The most startling of theses is the deathbed vision."
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