The Day I Died : BBC Documentary about near death experiences

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There have been many stories in recent years claiming the BBC has not allowed it to go out on DVD or aired it since its first showing. We don’t know if that’s true, but We do know it’s well worth watching for anyone who is interested in the subject.

Science says when the mind is running out of oxygen, we start to see bright lights. However, the near death experience can be interpreted in whatever way the individual wants. It might be the pearly gates, it might be the raw reflexes, trying to bring you back to life or it might be small aliens making a huge party inside your skull.

Whatever it is, most of the people who’ve gone through it has seen a bright light. No one knows for sure what it is, or where it comes from.

Lets take a step forward and examine whats going on.

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