About the Presentation:
What happens to us at the moment of death? Where do we go when we dream? Are reports of near-death experiences, reincarnation, and apparitions more fact or fiction? What happens when we die remains one of humanity's most persistent questions. Drawing on sources as diverse as religion and folklore, literature, case studies in early paranormal research, and new cutting-edge theories and experiments in parapsychology and neuroscience, paranormal educator Neil McNeill weaves a rich tapestry of questions, theories, and perspectives through time and across cultures that suggests there may indeed be life after life.
About the Speaker:
Neil McNeill has worked in the fields of parapsychology..., paranormal field investigation, and paranormal education for over 25 years. He is a consultant for television, film, and print media and regularly lectures for ghost conferences, paranormal events, and professional organizations.
In 2012, Neil produced «Dark & Stormy Nights: Parapsychology for Ghost Hunters», an educational DVD based on his popular and long-running college courses. He also co-chaired the education panel with Loyd Auerbach at the 2014 International Convention of the Parapsychological Association.
Neil is a member of the Rhine Research Center, the Parapsychological Association, and the Seattle Consciousness Education & Research Society. Neil co-founded the annual Port Gamble Ghost Conference, serves as the director of Paranormal Studies Institute, and co-directs the ParaPsi College.
For more information about Neil, visit ParanormalStudies.org or Paranormal Studies on Facebook.