For nearly nine years, Donna Francart was a deputy coroner who worked medicolegal death investigations, which are those involving suspicious, violent, unexplained, or unexpected deaths. Lacking access to structured debriefings, Francart turned to journaling as a way of privately unpacking the profound grief she faced and preserving her own mental well-being. As she did, she found herself in a conundrum of perplexing relationships with both the living and the dead.
With her book I've Seen Dead People, she shares her unfiltered thoughts and emotions as she navigates a world most of us cannot imagine — a world Francart was drawn to out of a genuine desire to help others during their darkest hours.
Donna Francart talked about investigating deaths as a deputy coroner, and her encounters with the spirits of the dead. Followed by Laura and Erik Rowton on the suppression of information about a UFO witnessed over Pentyrch, Wales. More »