When nurses see spirits or ‘ghosts’ on the wards are they hallucinating or are they seeing earthbound spirits of the deceased? This research aims to answer this question with scientific investigation.
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All presentations at the Spirit Release Forum conference in February at Regent’s University in London have finally been released. Here is my own presentation on the topic of Medical Science and Spirit Influence. All other presentations can be seen on the Spirit Release Forum’s You Tube channel. Any comments would be most welcome.