Out-of-Body Research

Hosted byArt Bell

Out-of-Body Research

About the show

William Buhlman shared his research from an international OBE (out-of-body experiences) survey he conducted that included over 16,000 participants from 32 countries. His first book, Adventures Beyond the Body, chronicles his journey of self-discovery through out-of-body travel, and preparation and techniques that can be used. He described the experience of an OBE as a lifted feeling where people often sense the presence of something touching or even talking to them.

Buhlman also discussed the difference between an OBE while living and the "permanent OBE" we experience after death, describing our existence as a narrow "vibrational level" where we cannot see past the time and space in which we live. He decried ghosts as "nothing more than an astral body that’s been slowed down," and theorized that experiences with aliens are also "multidimensional." Buhlman also claimed that at times, he was able to see his own future.

In the first hour, Art spoke with "Morgan," a self-proclaimed vampire, who said he belonged to a coven in Kentucky, slept by day in a coffin, and was "born with a bloodlust," as he claimed in a theatrical voice. One caller verified that Morgan was an actual vampire and that he had “seen the fangs and the coffins.”