Dave Schrader (email) welcomed Bruce Van Natta, who after an accident, was on the verge of death when he had an "out of body" experience. During this near-death experience, he saw two angels that he believes were sent to save his life. Van Natta was working as a mechanic in 2006 when a semi-truck axle dropped on his midsection, crushing him, and causing blood to shoot out all over his body. He called out "Lord Jesus, help me." Several of his arteries were severed, and he was in the process of bleeding to death. As he left his body, and was looking down on the scene, he didn't even realize he was watching himself.
As his co-worker comforted him while emergency workers arrived, Van Natta suddenly saw two huge angels on their knees on either side of his co-worker. Though they didn't have wings, he estimated their heights to be around 8 ft. tall. They had long hair, and bright white shining robes that emanated light. Later, he was able to ascertain from witnesses that no one else saw these angels. As an EMT worker called upon him to open his eyes, he was suddenly pulled back into his body, and he realized he was the guy pinned under the truck that he'd been watching. Van Natta later learned that the EMT worker had been saying special prayers for him as she tried to awaken him.
Taken to the hospital, the damage to Van Natta's body was so severe that doctors have never found anyone else who has lived through the type of injuries he sustained. In fact, one of the doctors said "these are the CAT scans of a dead person." During his recovery, what was left of his small intestines were failing, and his wife reached out to prayer chains, and a man they didn't know flew out from New York and conducted a hands on healing. Miraculously after that, Van Natta's small intestine grew back to almost normal length-- something considered a medical impossibility. For a dramatic recreation of these events, check out this video from CBN TV.
McCartney Death Hoax
Appearing during the first half-hour, author R. Gary Patterson addressed a hoaxed article which claims that Ringo Starr said that Paul McCartney died in 1966 and was replaced by a lookalike. The rumor about McCartney's death has become part of rock 'n' roll mythology, and was fueled by many of the supposed clues the Beatles themselves were said to present, such as symbolic images on the cover of the Sgt. Pepper album, and Lennon allegedly saying "I buried Paul," at the end of the song "Strawberry Fields Forever," Patterson recounted. Lennon later claimed he was saying "cranberry sauce."
Bumper music from Sunday March 1, 2015
Midnight Express (The Chase)
A Day in the Life
This Ole House
There is a Light That Never Goes Out
Just Like Heaven
She Drives Me Crazy
Fine Young Cannibals
In the Air Tonight