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In the first half, registered pharmacist and nutritionist Benjamin Fuchs discussed alternatives to prescription drugs, such as foods, nutritional supplements, and physical strategies to better treat diseases and maintain well being.

In the latter half, author and writer Robert Crane spoke about his father, actor Bob Crane, who achieved fame as a TV star, before being murdered under mysterious circumstances in 1978.

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Betty J. Eadie

Special Guest

Biography:

Of Native American and Scots-Irish parents, Betty J. (Stewart) Eadie was born in rural Nebraska and spent her early childhood on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota. She was the seventh of ten children.

In November of 1973, at the age of 31, Betty J. Eadie died following routine surgery. After undergoing what has been called the most profound and detailed near-death experience ever recorded, she returned with a life-changing message. Enlightened by her experience, Betty turned to the study of psychology and the human response to death. As part of that study, she volunteered her time with dying patients and their families, learning the various perspectives of others who, like her, had experienced death. She also participated in a near-death study with a local university. Compelled to learn more about the "total connection" of spirit, mind and body, Betty entered one of the largest schools of hypnosis. She graduated at the top of her class, and opened a clinic to continue her examination of the subconscious mind and its connection, if any, to the near-death experience.
For 19 years, Betty shared the knowledge and message of her NDE with family and friends, and eventually began speaking publicly about it. In 1992 she was prompted and encouraged to share her extraordinary experience with the rest of the world. The result was the remarkable book, Embraced By The Light. After Embraced was published, Betty gave up her hypnotherapy practice and traveled extensively throughout the United States, Canada and Great Britain, speaking on death and what awaits us beyond this life.

Books:

Past Shows:

Art Bell:Somewhere in Time

Art Bell:Somewhere in Time returned to 9/8/99, when Linda Moulton Howe discussed a bizarre crop circle found in Canada. Art also welcomed Betty Eadie, who talked about the time she died on a hospital table and saw the light of God. ... More »

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time

The Near Death Experience

Tuesday night's guest, Betty Eadie, shared her amazing encounter that occurred after she died at a hospital during routine surgery, around 30 years ago. Suddenly "I heard a pop and I could see myself lying there," began her vivid description of her near death experience (NDE). ... More »

Host: George Noory
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