Author who was in coma for 3 weeks explains how she saw piles of aborted babies in hell
An author who was placed in an induced coma for 3 weeks has claimed she went to heaven and hell while unconscious.
Kathy McDaniel had been placed on a ventilator after suffering lung failure and medics feared she wouldn’t make it.
Before putting her into an induced coma, the last thing the doctor told her was to go to sleep and that she wouldn’t remember a thing.
When she woke from the three weeks drug-induced coma, she described waking up in a “dangerous, foreign realm”.
There she encountered ”tormenting demons, aborted babies and she said she was even abused by a group of men who told her they had AIDS.”
But she then described “bursting into heaven” which was “bliss like no other”.
And 22 years later, she has now published a book called Misfit in Hell to Heaven Expat.
Kathy, now 75, told the Daily Star: “My memoir traces my family history, mostly British with a bit of Irish, to my distressing near-death experience in 2000, on to the present, where I continue sharing heaven’s message that no one need go to hell.”
This week, she spoke about her near-death experience on The Skeptic Metaphysician podcast.