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British Woman Claims to Have Hundreds of Near Death Experiences

by Bidita Debnath on January 31, 2015 at 11:33 PM
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 British Woman Claims to Have Hundreds of Near Death Experiences

Beverley Gilmour has claimed that she has experienced around hundreds of near death experiences in her lifetime.

She claimed to be the only British person to be receiving medical treatment for chronic near-death experiences, the Daily Express reported.


A graphic designer by profession said that she had been going through near death experiences (NDE) three times in a month since 1987.

Ms Gilmour explained she suffers from severe headaches and was on medication, with her two sons who looks after her.

The 49-year-old lady said that while lying down she goes into a state of trance and feels like she was stepping into her after life, also she sees her own body and hears everything that was going around her.

The mother-of-two added that the journey that she goes through was not painful but when she returns to her normal life she feels sore and stiff, also when she goes into that zone she doesn't have any time limitations which makes her so exhausted that she gets bed-ridden for up to four continuous days.

Source: ANI


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