Could dead people feel and hear?

Philip Kirschner Philk at ix.netcom.com
Mon Apr 10 04:11:24 EST 1995


In <shall-0404952245400001 at macg203d.bio.purdue.edu> 
shall at bilbo.bio.purdue.edu (Stephen Hall) writes: 

>
>In article <3lroes$oga at strix.vslib.cz>, salda at falco.vslib.cz (George
>Sulovsky) wrote:
>
>> Hi!
>> Could anyone say mee, if dead people could hear and fee
>> I have heard, that 2 hours after death person could hear and feel, 
but
>not understand.
>> (In catholic religion, people could be "subcribed" to be beleivable
>after their death, and that they could be
>> cleaned from their "badnessees". It was told to my teacher of 
psychology
>by Dr.Dvoracek - teologist and
>> docto(r in one person.
>> Is that true?
>> 
>>                                 Mee.
>> 
>> P.S. I had a bad day today - my English is reallty awful. But I am 
just
>17 years old student from CZ, and I am
>>  still learning English.
>> I don't beleive to Dr.Dvoracek, that's why I wrote it...
>> Answers send please to salda at falco.vslib.cz
>
>Now really, despite what theologians and the psychic like say, saying 
that
>we can see and hear two hours is a bit much.  Besides, it is a tough 
>experiment to do. I mean it would be tough for the investigator to go 
get 
>the data and get back to write and submit the paper. And what journal 
would
>one send it to?
>
>Stephen Hall
>Purdue University Neuroscience Program
>Purdue University
>West Lafayette, IN 47907-1392
>Voice: 317-494-9001
>FAX: 317-494-0876
>

How would anyone test this theory anyway?..





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