Research in Wales, Japan, Australia and the U.S. shows that between 40 and 53 per cent of the bereaved receive some kind of signal or visitation when someone close to them dies. [ so much for any special claim to rarity. It is nothing of the sort – arclein ]]
Usually they sense a presence; sometimes they actually see or hear one. Psychiatrists have labelled these experiences 'grief hallucinations', though they have not yet been studied neurologically.
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