Raymond Moody is the foremost expert on the phenomenon of near-death experience, as well as a compelling lecturer on the subjects of evocation of the deceased, cult activities, out-of-body experiences, the paranormal and the relationship of the paranormal to the performing arts, and the interconnections between humor and health. He has appeared on several national television programs as an expert guest about these subjects. He holds both a PH. D. from the University of Virginia and an M.D. from the Medical College of Georgia.
An award winning author and scholar, Dr. Moody received the World Humanitarian Award in Denmark in 1988, as well as a bronze medal in the Human Relations Category at the New York Film Festival for the movie version of Life after Life. An impassioned researcher, Moody first became interested in the phenomenon of near-death experiences during his medical training. Since that time, he has written seven books about the subject and created the Dr. John Dee Memorial Theater of the Mind, a facility that enables people to experience altered states of consciousness for the purposes of education, entertainment and spiritual advancement.
Widely acknowledged as the world’s leading expert in the field of near-death experience, Raymond Moody M.D. reflected on his life as a researcher bridging the gap between science and the paranormal. "This is the biggest question of existence and the most important, by far," he said of the mystery surrounding life after death. In the first hour, Trisha Springstead, a registered nurse who treats Morgellons patients, shared the latest information about the mysterious disease. ... More »Host: George Noory
Near-death experience (NDE) expert, Raymond Moody, joined George Knapp to discuss shared death experiences - deathbed moments when entire families see the light, the room changes shape, or everyone is witness to a film-like review of a loved one's life, giving us a new understanding of the journey that we potentially will take at the end of our lives. He spoke about one of the first and most noteworthy NDE cases, that of Dr. George Ritchie, who in 1943, died from pneumonia. ... More »Host: George Knapp
Dr. Raymond Moody was joined by neurosurgeon John L. Turner for a discussion on life-after-death, near-death, and shared death experiences. First hour guest, Bill Spillane spoke on behalf of the FairTax plan, which eliminates personal and corporate taxes and replaces them with a national retail sales tax. ... More »Host: George Noory
Renowned near-death researcher Dr. Raymond Moody was joined by editor and author Roy Abraham Varghese for a discussion about life-after-death, and what lies on the other side. Moody said he'd recently become more confident about the reality of life-after-death. Last hour guest, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren talked about an 'ET' pictograph, and a doomsday scenario. ... More »Host: George Noory
Prophecy scholar John Hogue discussed what the future has in store, including the economy, elections, climate change and terrorism. We're entering the first half of a 36 year cycle-- a chaotic, revolutionary period, he stated. Right now, we're heading into a recession in some sectors, but he doesn't foresee a depression for at least 2 years. A Pluto/Capricorn transit for the next 18 years indicates we're entering the "the era of the executive," in which CEOs can wield more power than politicians, Hogue announced. Accordingly, should Michael Bloomberg decide to enter the presidential race as an independent candidate (possibly in March) he could finish at least second, he commented. Hillary Clinton will win the 2008 race, Hogue declared, but he also sees Obama as a president, possibly moving up from being Hillary's VP in four to eight years. 2008 could see a terrorist attack, smaller than 9-11 but with greater impact, he predicted, adding that Europe may be the likely target. ... More »Host: George Noory
Best-selling author Dr. Raymond Moody returned for a discussion on near-death experience (NDE), and his work contacting departed spirits via a room with a mirror. ... More »Host: George Noory
Best selling author and scholar Dr. Raymond Moody returned to the show to discuss near-death experiences (NDEs) and events associated with dying. One new development in his research seems to counter the theory that NDEs are the result of a dying brain. He said there are increasing numbers of reports of relatives of dying persons having an "empathetic death experience," where they observe the newly deceased in spirit form, in interactions that are similar to classic NDE accounts. ... More »Host: Art Bell