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A Nurse’s Research into Near-Death Experiences

A Nurse's Research into Near-Death Experiences 1

Over the past week the Daily Mail has been serializing articles on aspects of ‘afterlife research’, taken from intensive care nurse Penny Sartori’s new book The Wisdom Of Near-Death Experiences (pre-order from Amazon US and Amazon UK. Here’s a list of links to the stories they’ve posted:

Penny Sartori is certainly not a new-comer to this area – she has been actively researching near-death experiences for more than a decade now, and I mentioned some of that work in my own recent book on NDEs, death-bed visions and mediumship, Stop Worrying! There Probably is an Afterlife – so it’s great to see her work getting such mainstream coverage. Here’s the trailer for her soon-to-be-released book:

 

 

You can keep up-to-date with Penny Sartori’s research and writings at her official blog.

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