Death in inevitable for each and every one of us. But Dianne Arcangel has discovered, over the course of her career consoling the dying and the bereaved, that death does not have to be the end. There are ways of regaining the connection with our loved ones. She provides examples from the work of Dean Radin and Elizabeth Kubler-Ross which has born evidence of life after death and establishing contact. This interview with George Noory was originally webcast March 30, 2016.
Dianne Arcangel is a former hospice chaplain, psychiatric hospital therapist, and Director of the Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Center of Houston. She served on the board of directors at the Rhine Research Center and the National Institute for Discovery Science, where she also led trainings and conducted research. She has also conducted survival research with the University of Virginia. She is the author of Afterlife Encounters: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Experiences, and Life After Loss.