Interview with Dr. Streit-Horn on After Death Communication

Posted on May 28th, 2021
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After Death Communication (ADC) is the clinical term for seeing, hearing, or feeling the presence of a deceased person.  The event is spontaneous and, in terms of the laws of physics, unexplainable.  It is estimated that 20 to 30% of the population has had an ADC occurrence during their lives. In her book, Surviving Death, Leslie […]

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Boomeragers: Young Adults are Returning Home

Posted on May 21st, 2021
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When Pew Research Center announced last fall 52 percent of young adults in the United States were living in their parents’ homes, social scientists took notice.  This percentage was an all-time high, surpassing the 48 percent previous high which occurred at the end of the Great Depression. Put in raw numbers, this meant 26.6 million […]

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On November 1, Robert Bigelow will reveal best evidence of life after death

Posted on May 14th, 2021
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  “I’ve followed you on many adventures, but into the great unknown mystery, I go first, Indy,” the dying man said to Harrison Ford in a scene from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.   It’s a clever line from the 1984 Steven Spielberg hit — but layered within it is the eternal question for anyone […]

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Two Scientists Bet a Billion Dollars on Life

Posted on May 7th, 2021
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Drs. Steven Austad and S. Jay Olshansky, two respected college professors who have been friends for years, have placed an historic bet between themselves that may net the winner a billion dollars.  It is said to be the most lucrative wager in history. Only one hitch: neither Austad nor Olshansky will be alive to collect the […]

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The Woman who Made the Yellow Ribbon an International Symbol

Posted on April 30th, 2021
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“I just wanted to give people something constructive to do,” Penelope Laingen said about her decision to tie a yellow ribbon around an oak tree in the yard of her Bethesda, Maryland home.  It was December of 1979, a month after her husband, Bruce, and 51 others had been taken hostage at the American Embassy […]

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