Life at death: a scientific investigation of the near-death experience

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Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, Jul 1, 1980 - Self-Help - 310 pages
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A scientific and anecdotal report on the near-death experience features interviews with more than one hundred people who have come very close to death or have experienced "clinical" death and analyzes the five stages of the near-death experience

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I believe this is the book I read in 1982. The one experience that someone related to the author was when a surgical patient's heart stopped for a short time. Obviously the patient was revived. He/she ... Read full review

Contents

One The NearDeath Experience
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Two The Connecticut Study
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Three Stages of the NearDeath Experience
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