Man behind ‘near-death experience’ ponders the afterlife

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(RNS) In his new memoir, "Paranormal: My Life in Pursuit of the Afterlife," Raymond Moody, the man who coined the term "near-death experience," takes a look back, reflecting on his fascination with death, the effect of his life's work, and pondering what it's all meant. By Piet Levy.

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