Pam Reynold Lowery’s near death experience. Glimpsing Heaven, was a book that helped me a lot after my daughter Caitlin’s death. One of the, life after death, experiences chronicled in...Read More
Near Death Experiences
After my daughter’s death I found myself searching for information about near death experiences. The first book I read on the subject was “Glimpsing Heaven” by Judy Bachrach. The book honestly brought me much comfort. Reading about the absolute beauty and all encompassing love that those who had experienced NDEs encountered lessened my grief. After that I started searching for more information on the topic. I’ve started to compile some of that information here in hopes that it may help someone else that is grieving the loss of a loved one. It’s my belief that these videos and stories show us that our loved ones are not gone forever and are still with us.
Caitlin's Memorial Page
Clicking on any image below will take you to my daughter Caitlin’s memorial page.
Dr. Mary Neal's - Near Death Experience
Dr. Mary Neal
is a board-certified orthopaedic spine surgeon who drowned while kayaking on a South American river. She experienced life after death. She went to heaven and back, conversed with Jesus and experienced God's encompassing love. She was returned to Earth with some specific instructions for work she still needed to do. Her life has been one filled with miracles and intervention of God. Her story gives reason to live by faith and is a story of hope.
Dr. Neal was born and raised in Michigan and graduated from the University of Kentucky before attending the UCLA medical school. She completed her orthopaedic surgery training at the University of Southern California after which she lived in Sweden, Switzerland, and Los Angeles while undergoing 1 1/2 years of specialty training in spinal surgery before becoming the Director of spine surgery at USC. Five years later, she left the University for private practice.
She currently lives and works in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where she and her family enjoy everything the outdoor world offers, especially all forms of skiing, bicycling, boating, and hiking.