Jess E. Weiss
Simon and Schuster, Mar 1, 1997 - Fiction - 192 pages
Originally published twenty-five years ago, The Vestibule is the earliest known collection of first-person accounts confirming that this life is but one phase of our existence. Today, its message resonates even more powerfully. These remarkable stories are told by men and women who were pronounced dead, only to return to their bodies and resume living with a new respect for the beauty of the eternal spirit in all of us. Each of these richly detailed narratives describes intense feelings of peace and joy at the time of death, and their remarkable similarities build an overwhelming case that life is a continuum - and that the spirit lives on.
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WHEN THE CURTAINS OF DEATH
THE EXPERIENCE OF DEATH
HOW IT FEELS TO DIE
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