Life After Death by Neville Randall
What if we had a direct line into the next world? What would we ask? And what would they tell us?
George Woods and Betty Greene had that opportunity and they recorded hundreds of real conversations with people who had died and were reaching out from 'heaven'.
Journalist Neville Randall spent two years sifting through the recordings, and he heard voices of the dead describe how they died and what they do now…
From voices of long-dead actors and writers, to husbands and mothers, religious leaders and soldiers - they all have a story to tell about what happens to us when we die. They describe where we go, what we see, who we meet and what happens if we come back...
Neville Randall's Life After Death is a detailed account of life beyond the grave: in the words of people who live there.
It is perhaps the most reassuring and 'down-to-earth' book about the other side ever written.