Joel Martin and Patricia Romanowski, authors of the classic We Don't Die, here explore the power of after-death communication - deathbed visions, dream visitations, apparitions, and other phenomena - to comfort us, to strenghten us, to create a new, life-affirming notion of what it means to grieve and to die. In the midts of life we live with death, a fact we are culturally conditioned to deny. We avoid the dying, the dead, and the bereaved at every opportunity and then wonder why we feel so alone when death touches our lives.
After-death communications are older than written history, and despite our cultural aversion to death, two in five Americans - over 40 million people - have experienced contact with the dead. What do these communications tell us about life here and beyond? What can these glimpses beyond the veil teach us about acceptance, love, and faith? How can they help us resolve our grief, incorporate a loved one's death into our daily lives, and draw purpose and meaning from unspeakable tragedy?
Based on years of research and interviews with hundreds who have experienced after-death communications, Martin and Romanowski offer compelling evidence that no one you love ever dies, that there is, truly, love beyond life.