Do we go anywhere after we die? Raymond Moody, who coined the term “Near Death Experience,” is probably closer to that question than anyone on Earth. Beginning with the publication of his bestselling book, Life After Life, in 1975, he has interviewed innumerable people who appear to have crossed over to the other side and come back to tell about it. But for himself, Moody, who has always been driven by curiosity, remains unsure. His first loves are philosophy and logic, and he brings a philosopher’s approach to the contrast between “belief” and “what is” in this fascinating conversation with a fascinating man.