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Artist Simulates What It's Like To Have A Shared-Death Experience

Since the 1800s, people have reported experiencing loved ones’ deaths almost psychically, feeling that they, too, were moving into the beyond. This phenomenon, which has gained anecdotal support from people around the world regardless of background or religious belief, is often referred to as a “shared-death experience” or “empathic death experience.” Empathic death experiences don’t always look or feel the same, though similarities between individuals’ accounts help sketch a vague outline of events.
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