Those who are nearing the end of their lives are often reported to say poetic, unusual things in the hours shortly before death. Are these communications just nonsense? Or do they hold a hidden message?
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About our guests:
Dr. Raymond Moody is the Best-Selling Author of twelve books including Life After Life—which has sold over 13 million copies world-wide, as well as numerous articles in academic and professional literature. Dr. Moody has received numerous awards including the World Humanitarian Award in Denmark in 1988. Dr. Moody is a leading authority on the 'near-death experience'—a phrase he coined in the late seventies. The New York Times calls him "the father of the near-death experience." Dr. Moody has appeared on Oprah, Geraldo and many other mainstream TV programs.
Dr. Erica Goldblatt Hyatt is an assistant professor and department chair of psychology at Bryn Athyn College. She has a doctorate in clinical social work from the University of Pennsylvania and has worked with adults and children coping with terminal illness, the seriously mentally ill, and individuals suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
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