Dianne Arcangel is a former hospice chaplain, psychiatric hospital therapist, and Director of the Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Center of Houston. She served on the board of directors at the Rhine Research Center and the National Institute for Discovery Science, where she also lead trainings and conducted research. She is the author of Afterlife Encounters: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Experiences, Life After Loss. Dianne currently conducts survival research with the University of Virginia.
In the first hour, George spoke with researcher Dianne Arcangel about afterlife encounters. Arcangel shared results from a past internet-based survey. That survey asked participants if they had experienced ecstacy either during or after an afterlife encounter. According to...More »
Former hospice chaplain turned researcher Dianne Arcangel spoke about people's communication with the dead-- typically encounters are with deceased relatives or loved ones. Often the deceased return to convey specific messages. In one example she cited, a woman named Beverly was...More »
Author Dianne Arcangel discussed life (consciousness) after death and shared several stories from her book Afterlife Encounters. Arcangel said she wrote the book to help her deal with the loss of her husband as well as to change the world's skeptical view of after death...More »
James Szubski revealed how the electromagnetic environment of the Columbia River Gorge might play a role in people experiencing unusual phenomena. In the first hour, legendary Doors drummer John Densmore reflected on the band's music and legacy.