Vicki Noratuk, blind since birth, had an NDE in which she saw vividly.
President of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (iands.org), Yolaine Stout joined Rollye James for a discussion on Near-Death Experiences (NDEs). Stout described her own NDE, which occurred to her in 1982 when she was an atheist. ... More »Host: Rollye James
Dr. Jeff Long (nderf.org), a leading researcher into Near Death Experiences shared his latest findings on the phenomenon. Some 5% of the population reports having had this kind of experience, he said. NDEs often occur after all brain activity has ceased, which makes the commonly reported occurrences such as floating above the body or seeing a light in a tunnel "medically inexplicable," he commented. Dr. Long brought Vicki Noratuk onto the program to present her remarkable NDE story which happened to her after she was seriously injured in a car accident in 1973. Blind since birth, Noratuk said she had no vision whatsoever, and even her dreams had no visual component. However, when she left her body after the accident she could suddenly see the environment which appeared "eerie and foreign" to her. During a period when she could not be revived, she described being in a "light body" that was sucked up into a "tube thing" that transported her at a high rate of speed, passing a hellis ... More »Host: Art Bell