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Induced After-Death Communication

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Date: Saturday - November 5, 2005
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Dr. Allan Botkin, Terry Esau

Clinical psychologist Dr. Allan Botkin talked about how he uses induced after-death communication (IADC) to help grieving people reconnect with their dearly departed loved ones. As part of his presentation, Botkin introduced several of his patients who each detailed their IADC experiences and how this revolutionary therapy helped to heal them.

Death of Kyle Lake

On October 30th, Kyle Lake, the 33-year-old pastor of University Baptist Church in Waco, Texas, was electrocuted after he grabbed a microphone while standing in a baptistry full of water. Surprise Me author Terry Esau was among the Baylor congregation that morning and shared his personal account of the tragedy during the last half of the first hour.

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Bumper music from Saturday November 05, 2005

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