Raymond Moody (Self)
Dr. Raymond Moody named and defined the near-death experience, created the field of medicine known as near-death studies, wrote Life After Life, the mega bestselling book that captured the world's attention and changed the way we view death and dying. And then he reached into realms of spirit that made him more of a paranormal pioneer. In this compelling film, Moody talks about proof that we survive bodily death, his unique concept of God, and the controversial research that he has conducted into contacting the dead, even astounding proof that we can share another's near-death experience. This program is produced and directed by bestselling author Paul Perry, director of the award-winning DALI'S GREATEST SECRET: The Story of the Painting That Changed Salvador Dali's Life.