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April 03, 2010

Death Bed Visions

Death Bed Visions

About 25 percent of people on their death beds describe having visions, where they are visited by long deceased family members – usually their mother or father. These “visits” are different from “near death” experiences.

Those on their death bed see and talk with the parent and, usually, report that the parent tells them: “I will be back to get you.”

After such a visit, hospice workers report that the person dying becomes peaceful.   For more on this, scroll down to “Chapter 4” on this website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p006pp68#p006zcrz

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