Exclusive interview with Jeff Olsen about his Near Death Experience. Interview with Erica McKenzie by Alive Again TV.
Alive Again explores the age-old question of life after death as each episode features true stories of every day people who’ve been clinically dead, miraculously revived, and dramatically transformed by what they experienced on the other side.
The show also weighs in with experts on the scientific facts for and against such phenomena.
40-year-old Ruby Graupera-Cassimir was about to be pronounced dead after after 45 minutes with no pulse.
She spontaneously resuscitated just before doctors were going to pronounce the time of death. Ruby recalls seeing a being she believes was her dad accompanied by other beings. She felt a force telling her she had to go back.
Mike was a senior in high school, and on a day like any other day he suffered a mysterious cardiac arrest and collapsed on the floor. In his NDE, Mike reunited with who he believed was his grandmother.
She told him he could stay or go back, yet going back would be a hard road, but there were things he hadn’t done yet that he had to accomplish.
After surgery, Barbara began to die as her vital signs began to shut down. She lost consciousness and found herself floating in the hallway looking into a PA-speaker system up by the ceiling.
She travelled back to her room and remembers watching her body with a sense of detachment, and amusement, as she noticed tape on her nose. She soon found herself in total blackness and felt hands gently pull her into a warm loving place. She believed this was her Grandmother who had been dead for 14 years.
Viola’s Near Death Experience: This is the most wonderful part of it. This is a warm loving light its the most masculine but it also has overtones of mother love, sisterly love. This just pulsates around He has totally accepting me and forgiven me for everything I’ve ever done but can I forgive myself some of the selfish things I have done.
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Tommy Clark was injured in Vietnam in 1969 during a firefight. He had lost both legs and an arm in an explosion. He recalls hovering over his body watching medics put a canvas over his lifeless body. What’s most interesting is others who had died that day he remembers watching them all walking down a path towards a bright light. He chose not to go with them and is here to share his story with the world.