Janis Amatuzio, M.D. trained at the University of Minnesota, the Hennepin County Medical Center, and the Medical Examiner's Office in Minneapolis, Minnesota before founding Midwest Forensic Pathology P.A. Board certified in anatomic, forensic, and clinical pathology, she is a recognized authority in forensic medicine and has developed many courses in topics such as death investigation, forensic nursing, and forensic medicine in mortuary science.
Dr. Amatuzio serves as Coroner and a regional resource for multiple counties in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Often called the compassionate coroner, she is an exemplar for the compassionate practice of forensic medicine. As someone whose life's work has been speaking for the deceased, she has now also provided a voice for family and friends by allowing their stories to be heard in her book, Forever Ours.
Art spoke with the 'compassionate coroner,' Dr. Janis Amatuzio, who discussed her work as a forensic pathologist and death scene investigator, as well as shared stories that have convinced her that "something goes on" after we die. ... More »Host: Art Bell
Forensic pathologist, Dr. Janis Amatuzio (foreverours.com), who is known as the "compassionate coroner," shared real life stories of synchronicities, visions and experiences she has heard from patients and loved ones of the deceased. These tales have left her with the belief that death is not the end, but takes us into another level of life. One story involved a patient she treated when she was an intern, who told her about his intense near-death experience. He had gone into cardiac arrest after surgery and "left his body through the top of his head." Looking down on the scene, he said he could hear the thoughts of everyone in the room. Most curiously, the patient next to him also had heart failure, and he saw him leave his body as well, and the two were able to communicate with each other but not to anyone else at the hospital. Another case she detailed involved a patient who received a pancreas and kidney transplant from a young man who died in a car accident. When he came out of ... More »Host: George Noory
â€œA death investigation is really a life investigation,â€ said Dr. Janis Amatuzio who was the guest this past Sunday night. Known as the â€œcompassionate coroner,â€ she is a forensic pathologist who has specialized in understanding the dead and sensitively dealing with families who have suffered a loss. As she related a number of her poignant encounters, George said â€œyou know Janis, if I ever do succumb, youâ€™re the kind of coroner who Iâ€™d like to have talk to my family about what happened to me.â€ â€œSo many of my friends say we love you Janis, but we donâ€™t want to see you professionally!â€ she replied with a touch of humor. In her new book â€œForever Ours,â€ she recounts some unusual cases sheâ€™s come across in her forensic and medical practice. One such incident involved a patient she was treating in the hospital who told her about his out-of-body experience heâ€™d had during a previous medical incident. The man described to her leaving his body out of the top of his head. â€œI remember looking ... More »Host: George Noory
Dr. Janis Amatuzio explores the mysterious realm of visions, experiences,and communications experienced by families at the threshold of the deaths oftheir loved ones. Dr. Amatuzio, often called "the compassionate coroner",is an exemplar for the compassionate practice of forensic medicine. Assomeone whose life 's work has been speaking for the deceased, she has nowalso provided a voice for family and friends by allowing their stories to beheard in her new book, Forever Ours. ... More »Host: Art Bell