Deathbed Visions – Hospice Nurses Share Their Stories.


By working with the dying hospice nurses gain an insight into death
and the opportunity to witness the signs of a life beyond our own. I had one gentleman three months
after I started working in hospice I thought I can’t do this anymore this is just too much. I’m gonna get burned out or it’s just too stressful. So just as I was really trying to
debate whether I was going to leave this field or not I had an experienced that just kind of
blew me away One of the LPN’s came up to me and
said “Mr so-and-so just died” and so I took that information and we said alright, we’ll call a physician and call the coroner and get all the information that we need and I
was walking down the hall making bed checks to ensure that everybody was okay and this one old fellow was climbing out of bed and he was really out of pain control and I was thinking we need to get him settled down and I walked into the room and I said “Let me help you get taken care of.” and he
said, “I gotta get outta here!” and I said, ” I understand.” and he “I have to die.”
and I said “You know I would probably want to die too if I had that much pain and let me help you, let me see what we can do.” He said “No you don’t understand” He said “I have to die.” and I said well I don’t even know where it came I said, “Well you have to wait to get your own invitation sometimes just because we want to die it doesn’t mean we get to die. We have to wait until tell it’s time.” “Well that guy down there just got his invitation.” “he said “I knew him
from Lyman and I said, “What do you mean?” and he said, ” well he just shuffled by here!” and the hair on the back of my neck
stood up and I thought that was a curious term “Shuffled by” and he said. “I want you to go get my son.” he said “I
knew him, I knew him from one Lymon when we were kids.” and he said, “And he just shuffled by” and he points from his door to the window
and how he went across in front of his bed and I thought boy there’s a lot I don’t know yet! I had a kid that I lost last week who saw horses but he saw a horse and his dream was about two weeks before he died he
was on this big brown horse and they were going through this field and it was very smooth it wasn’t like a gallop but they
were flying and he said that all of a sudden they
kinda jumped over a barrier and when they landed they
landed in a riverbank that had overflowed its beds and it stopped the horse stopped and
turned sideways waiting for this kid tell him which way to go. Whether to go into the woods or out of the woods and I asked him which way he chose and he said we went out and I said, “What do you think would of happened if you’d of gone into the woods?” He said, “I think I’d be gone.” and I told him I thought he would too
and I told him that that horse would probably come back for him when it was
time for him to go that horse would be the one to come back.
Well that afternoon his mom was washing dishes and the horse came and she went to talk to
him and she asked David if this horse was
there and he said “Yes.” and she said I think he’s probably here
to get you and she said I think so too and within
two hours he had gone he died on his horse. You
feel a presence, you feel something is in the room, you
know there’s something there. One time there was this man and he was really really close to death and he was very very weak and and he looked
up and he was looking at something and he looked very very scared and the nurse said to him “It’s okay they’re there to help you. They won’t hurt you.” and he put his hand up and he had his hand up like somebody was holding it and he did this for a few minutes and there is no way this man had the
strength to hold his hand up by himself and he
died just a few minutes later too. So, there’s something. I had one really
neat fellow that we were taking to the hospice unit and he was really close to dying and
his son was nearby. This poor guy went through an incredible
bath from the nurse and he didn’t move at all he didn’t blink and eye so we would say he was an unresponsive and as we were walking down the hall
pushing his bed down the hall he opened his eyes and he looked straight up and his little toothless mouth and he went ( Excited Smile ) and waved and just smiled and closed his eyes and 5 minutes later he was gone. I don’t know who he was waving at but that’s not uncommon. As death approaches patients may have
visions of angels or see tunnels of white light. Other people receive angelic comfort from
someone they already know. Patients who are closer to their dying time
will see those who have already died often times. They’ll talk about their dead
grandparents sitting at their bed side brothers who have died before. I’m not so certain that we just see
spirits running around I don’t really believe that and I’ve never heard anything that scary
but I have heard of a lot of patience who are very afraid of dying talk about
seeing a father in law in the kitchen and that would scare me out of my mind but
they’re not afraid and it really made me realize about how
they are just sort of drifting to the other side
they have one foot here in one foot somewhere else and a patient who is very frightened will tell
you that and yet for some reason it doesn’t bother them. That would bother me. Mary was a 52-year-old woman. She had Lou Gehrig’s Disease and it was getting pretty bad she was
pretty close to death and the muscles in her throat were closing up
they weren’t working very well and she had a fear that she was going to
drown which was essentially a real possibility for her and one
of her last wishes was that her mother not be told. Her mother
was 90 years old and her mother liked to be called Grandma Rose and she
just said this is too hard for mother to go through to watch a child die and especially the way I
am dying. I don’t want my mother to know. Now the family was in conflict with this
but it was her last wish so what could they do and then the story as Grandma Rose tells me is she lived in Texas and one night she
went to bed. She was getting into bed and she saw her
husband standing there and her husband had been dead for
twenty years but she says that he was as real
to her as I am to you and he said “Rose, I’ve come to take Mary home.” and at
that point Grandma Rose just started to scream and said no no please let me go back and hold my baby
one more time don’t take her until I’ve gone and I’ve held her
and I’ve said goodbye and I’ve kissed her please don’t do that!”
and so he just kinda smiled and faded away and she knew at that
point that he would allow that. So she got on the next plane, she came to Denver and for three days she stayed with her
daughter and she told her stories and she combed her hair and she gave her a bath and she was
holding her daughter when she died and I was there and she
just looked at me and she said, You know I brought her into the world and it’s only
right that I’m with her when she goes out.” and that would have never happened
if Mary’s husband wouldn’t of come to her and told her that he was taking her home. Like one person said to me Well, it’s easy for you to say it’s going to be peaceful you’re not going to die. and I said, you know you’re right. All I know is what I see and all I know is that somewhere along
the line you’re not going to be afraid anymore.
Somewhere in those last hours it’s going to go away and somebody will throw you a lifeline . It will be okay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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100 Responses

  1. Poatman1963 Johnson says:

    I believe. Not here to preach but Watching my 96 year old grandmother die changed my life. Afterlife is real and so is Jesus.

  2. patti rollins says:

    Hospice nurses get away with committing murder

  3. DAUNTE MARIE SLETTEBAK says:

    GOD has told me for several years that I would be taken up by GOD like Enoch! He told me some people don't just die, some get taken up by GOD also! The great historic rapture is coming soon, I have always looked forward to that special event! I look forward to GOD taking me up! I want to go with Jesus! It will be so exciting, and fun to be with GOD! Hooray! I LOVE GOD! Jesus is good! Please be ready all! Jesus is coming back soon!

  4. charles kidney says:

    Look guys, I don't know, but for various illness's I was on some strong painkillers. This caused very vivid dreams. Maybe that is all these people had.

  5. Erwin Aquinde says:

    44 And when we pray, though in His glory our Father receiveth His joy, and in the name of Jesus we approach the Father, our prayers are not heard by the Father, nor are they heard by the Son, but they are heard and attended to according to the workings of the Holy Ghost.

    45 Behold, when we die and leave mortality we are received once again into the spirit world and are greeted and received by those who were the most familiar to us as mortals. And in this way we are assured an easy transition from a mortal state to a spiritual state.

    46 And once we are received therein, we can go wherever our desires lead us and see the things of mortality in spiritual ways that we could never see, or perceive, as a mortal.

    47 And most of us will go to those that we left in mortality, yea even unto our children, or unto our wives, or unto our friends, for it is our choice to go where we choose according to our desires of knowledge.

    48 And when as a spirit we see those that we once loved in mortality, we will mourn for them as they mourn, we will rejoice with them as they rejoice. And when they pray to the Father, we will see that there is not the Father to hear and answer their prayers, but that there are others who have been assigned to them by the power and authority of the Holy Ghost. And these shall attempt to give those in mortality, who pray unto God, guidance, and answer their prayers according to the guidelines and instructions of the Holy Ghost whom they serve.

    49 And those of us who are dead, being a spirit in the like manner as those ministering spirits who attend to the prayers of the children of men, yea, even we will make an attempt to communicate with our loved ones and make an intercession on their behalf to those in authority in the spirit world.

    34 Behold, there is a law irrevocably decreed in heaven that maintaineth that power and glory can only be given to those who prove themselves worthy to use this power for the purposes for which it existeth. This law requireth that a soul shall fall and experience the vicissitudes of pain and sorrow, which shall be given to you in your second estate.

    35 Upon experiencing this period of probation, a soul must lose all power over the elements and nature and be subject to the power of natural effects, which wield the soul weak and debilitated, even unto death.

  6. Michelle B says:

    These ladies exemplify what it is to be a great caregiver.

  7. Kelly Marie says:

    I often hear that we see loved ones when we pass away. I have no human loved ones who have gone before me – but I do have a dog. I was rejected by my family at an early age, have suffered from abuse and rejection my whole life.. I do not have or want children. I am engaged and my fiancé is the only person I’m really connected with. He’s younger than I am, though, and I’m in poor health so I assume I’ll die first.

  8. Emily Ann says:

    My mom died from throat cancer ina hospice.

  9. Das Hoos says:

    Hospice nurses suck patients off… Fact

  10. Carol Weaver says:

    A nurse at the hospital window ( looked into room where my dad was passing) and she said ' Do you see his spirit leaving him?" I did NOt and looked hard. That night my dad passed on. He looked TWENTY years YOUNGER and never in my life have I ever seen anyone look younger like that before. Like all the pain was lifted. The very night and time my dad passed I was home in bed and dreamed my dad was with me and I said to him " Rest Dad please rest, it is okay, just rest" And then I woke up. I walked through the living room and my mom was sleeping on the couch, and she saw me and tried to joke and said: " Are you walking in your sleep?" I said "Mom, oh Mom NO, I sat by my mom, and said I dreamed of Dad and something is terribly wrong and I think we must go to him" Mom said " I know I felt it too" I thought we should call my brother, as we had one hour drive to hospital, and then the phone rang and it was the hospital, to tell us that my dad has passed away! Later my brother and his wife said " They were awake too and was thinking we should go to the hospital, so we would not have bothered them had we called them!

    I worked in a nursing home at one time and this is the only time I found someone who seemed to have a vision of hell. The patient was awake and fine but confused and told me that there was a person behind me and he was with chains and she could hear him walking toward the bed, but was a distance from us" It really did make me look and I had this weird feeling, and nothing was there, of course yet she seemed to hear chains and see this vision so well.. And that night she did pass away! Never could forget this and found it different as never again happened to have that happen, but it did leave me with fright, of what she really saw?

  11. Liz Kozlowski says:

    I had a near death experience I had a really bad asthma attack back in 2007 and was trying to breathe and I seen my mom and she said to me "you don't need to come up here yet" she passed away in 1998 in her sleep I found her and I ll never forget that day 😔 I miss her terribly

  12. Cedar Shoals says:

    My Father passed in 1983. He was the most important person to me and the grief I was experiencing was (I think) slowly killing me. I was in complete daze for several days. I could tell that my health was declining rapidly. One night, I was in bed and sobbing so bad that I could barely breathe. In my dream, I was awakened by my Dad as he walked through a wall into my room. He just stood there smiling (he looked exactly as he did in his 30s) He told me that I had to stop this foolishness or I was going to kill myself and it was not my time. He told me to look at him…to see that he was just fine. I have never had a dream that vivid before or since. He said goodbye and walked back through the wall and was gone. I Immediately woke up and was calm from that moment. I do believe he was sent to deliver that message to me.

  13. Spiritual Anarchist says:

    *What I find 'incredible' is how hospice workers are low payed nurses and volunteers. while scumbags become CeO's senators & presidents.

  14. Fabi Williams says:

    I had a patient who 2 weeks before he died kept telling me about the beautiful choir he kept hearing, and of his dead friend who would come by to visit.

  15. richard wills says:

    Last week we were outside the hospice and my 2-year-old grandson could see this cat going to greet his owner, a short while after he saw an elderly woman leave with the same cat, we found she had just passed during the time we were there ,my children and grandchildren like myself have the ability to see spirits ,unfortunately it does diminish as they get older ,I suppose it is a taboo subject to approach children with .

  16. Patty Digar says:

    I am a CNA and I see this all the time people reaching up, talking about dead ones that have passed away it's very interesting ❤

  17. Young Raines says:

    All my loved ones have preceded me – it's comforting to be reassured again that somehow they're still ALIVE, in a different form, tho' I can't see. Earthly life is fleeting…

  18. Ski Racer says:

    My mother held her hand out and said her grandmother's name; my father looked to the end of the bed and spoke to his mother; my great aunt said she had seen her dead husband a few weeks before she died. Coincidence? Only my mother was on morphine.

  19. Smug Smugly says:

    I think who ever made up this story was smoking some crack.

  20. Deshawn Mona says:

    I have never liked so many comments.
    Beautiful stories Thank you!

  21. Kathleen Stevens says:

    So beautiful the one of the 90 yr old Mother was like poetry

  22. ed barnes says:

    Amen— in Psalms it says " and we FLY AWAY– so like a dove we Fly to the Lord==ed barnes

  23. Ba Ba Blue says:

    My daughter passed age 25yrs she said who keeps calling my name that’s all I can hear.

  24. Tracey R says:

    I've. Died 3 times, I never seen anything, I tell people when they ask what I seen,. I tells them Hevean nor Hell wanted me,

  25. J Singh says:

    this feeling comes by itself that soon everything's gonna get over, no more fights & ur gonna find peace

  26. James Burdzinski says:

    When they Rase their arms. Its Jesus reaching out for them .mom went threw that she passed a week later.

  27. Joseph David says:

    Death is the door to eternal life, just leaving one room in the physical to enter the room of the spirtual.

  28. Mark Cooke says:

    We shouldn't fear death…we have no control over it so don't worry… I'm a born again Christian…GOD removed my fears many years ago…we wasn't born with fear..it is not from GOD

  29. Doc P says:

    My grandfather passed nearly a decade ago. The man was as kind as could be to us, my grandmother, my mother, everyone around him. He was actually my mother's stepfather but raised her like his own. He was fairly tall, 6'4" if I recall correctly, he was fairly quiet and loved his chair and his watches. I never knew his tough past but as my mother told me he used to be a debt collector for the mob, he wasn't always this sweet kind old man I grew up to know. He also was a stern atheist his entire life… he didn't speak of it much but he never budged when the issue was brought up, he knew religion was a lie, it was a tool, it was comforting etc etc…he was convinced my grandmother, my aunt and my mother were delusional to believe in Jesus Christ.

    His last two days he slept a LOT. He stayed in that same chair he used to sit with me in while he read the paper. I still hear his grumbling while he flips the pages and adjusts his glasses. He slept and slept… I remember my mother calling me the day before he passed saying she didn't think he'd make it through the weekend. I told her come Monday I would request leave to go home (I'd just got back from Afghanistan). She called me at I think around 5am on Monday, to tell me he had died.

    One of the only things he managed to say in those last couple days… was just a few hours before he passed. He said I see him, I see Jesus, he's calling me home. A strong, quiet man that was never found in church or reading a Bible, saw Jesus and a bright light just hours before passing. All of the memories of a 70 year old man, and something he spent pretty much zero effort on in his life, that is what he came to see in his final moments. I think that says something.

  30. Marcia Young says:

    True Story, my Husband had died about 4 years earlier and one night in April of 2013 I had a dream in it was my Husband and although I couldn't see his face I was talking to him and he kept telling me he was going to take the baby, I remember asking him what do you mean your going to take the baby, no give her back to me you can't take the baby ! That's all I remember from that dream, because I was woken up by the phone ringing and it was my son's sister in law and she was calling to tell me that my baby Granddaughter Savanna had died ! I won't go into details about her death and the only reason I'm sharing this is because of the video !! I myself started having dreams of Losing my Husband before we even knew he was sick ! My Husband had a dream about his dead Father and his two uncles that had passed right before we learned of his illness also !! My point in all of this is because God is real, he truly is this isn't that brain thing some scientists say you have, it's all real and if you don't believe in Jesus on day rather you want to or not you will ! Jesus Lives !!

  31. Pegi Robinson says:

    Watch Pegi Robinson's NDE's Part 1 & 2 on YouTube

  32. Stephanie Dykstra says:

    Back to music?

  33. Terry Bell says:

    WHEN I WAS 28 MY FIANCE WAS DYING OF CANSER SHE WAS BROUGHT HOME TO PASS IN HER HOUSE THE DAY SHE PASSED SHE HAD BEEN IN A SEMI COMA FOR SEVERAL DAYS AND WHEN SHE TRIED TO TALK IT WAS REALLY HARD TO UNDERSTAND BECAUSE OF THE PAIN MEDICATION SO ON THIS DAY EVERYONE WAS THERE AT HER DAD'S HOUSE WHERE SHE GREW UP SOMEONE YELLED FROM THE HOUSE WENDY'S AWAKE I RAN INTO THE HOUSE WHERE ALL 10 OR SO FAMILY MEMBERS WERE SURROUNDED AROUND HER AND TO ME SHE LOOKED LIKE A ANGEL THERE WAS A BEAUTIFUL GLOW AROUND HER HEAD AND HER BEAUTIFUL BLUE EYES WERE WIDE OPEN AND SHE BEGAN TO SPEAK "CLEAR AS A BELL" NEVER TAKING HER EYES OFF THE LOVE OF HER LIFE HER DAD AND SAID I'M GOING HOME I'M GOING HOME AND WE ALL SAID YOU ARE HOME AND AGAIN CLEAR AS BELL, NO I'M GOING HOME. THIS LASTED A FEW SHORT MINUTES AND THEN SHE DRIFTED BACK TO A DEEP SLEEP THAT NIGHT AS I SLEPT ON THE COUCH NEXT TO HER SHE PASSED AWAY. I NO FOR A FACT THAT IT WASNT THE DRUGS BECAUSE IT SOUNDED JUST LIKE SHE HAD BEFORE WHEN SHE WAS HEALTHY SHE SAW SOMETHING THAT DAY AND THIS INCIDENT HAS BEEN WHERE I STARTED MY LONG WALK TO JESUS CHRIST/GOD TO MY UNDENIABLE ROCK SOLID FAITH IN THE GODS WORDS IN THE BIBLE AND HIS ONLY SON JESUS CHRIST IT HAS BEEN A TOUCHSTONE IN MY LIFE TO ALWAYS BE THANKFUL FOR EVERYTHING ESPECIALLY MY HEALTH MY FAMILY AND THE LOVE OF OUR FATHER. THANK YOU WENDY FOR SUCH A GREAT TIMELESS GIFT. GOD BLESS EVERYONE.

  34. Michael and Carol Blackburn says:

    I was a Hospice Nurse in a facility and one weekend I had two separate patients at opposite ends of the facility who were ready to pass on and both of them said they saw a big ship with streamers and people waving to them. I got asked "did you see the ship?" She was waving. The other person was catching the colored streamers from the bon voyage. The amazing this was these two didn't know each other or what the other had seen.
    Thanks for listening,
    Carol

  35. Scott McClure says:

    These stories are very interesting. I was a paramedic for 25 years and have had several patients that were in cardiac arrest that God sent back to their mortal bodies because they were just allowed to get a glimpse of the afterlife. Some of those patients seen Heaven and others saw hell. Those stories are less talked about when he’ll was seen because they knew that if God didn’t send them back to their bodies, they had a one way ticket to hell.

    I truly believe God allows some people the chance to make things right by accepting Christ as their Lord and Savior.

  36. Why Me says:

    For every person that tells me as a veteran "thank you for your service" I tell them not to tell me that as it was a job just like everyone else job. To be a hospice nurse requires a long thought for anyone. I would like to thank hospice nurses, er doctors and nurses everywhere for their service to the dead, dying, and sick. I have seen death numerous times allot of friends and allot of enemies and yes allot of civilians. You see death as a job and it the weaker of the population, grandmother's, grandfather, children, moms and dads. God bless your resolve to do the job I've seen enough death to last me a life time.

  37. good friends rock! says:

    Several years ago my boyfreind at the time tried to kill me… and almost did. If my young daughters were not in our apartment , i would not be here. I was told I was "dead" for over 5 minutes, and my poor youngest daughter did a school project explaining what someone looks like when they die… I was quite blue. However in those minutes I had the most incredible experience… there was no fear no pain and the feeling of peace and serenity was more than indescribable!!!

  38. john woodworth says:

    I blame squirrels

  39. Isaiah 40:31 says:

    John 3:5 Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.

    John 3:16 Authorized (King James) Version (AKJV)

    16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

    John 3:15 that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life. 16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. 17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. 18 He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.

  40. CPRN says:

    I'm an RN, and worked inpatient hospice for five years. I've seen and heard some things, too,

  41. Oz White says:

    My brother in law had lung cancer. He was an alcoholic and a smoker. He was in the Hospice. His brother and son were with him. My nephew rang me and told me I asked him if he had given his life to Jesus, and if not then my nephew had to show him the way. Apparently he did because, as they were talking, suddenly the dying man said. "i have to go now, there is a chappie waiting for me". He then just closed his eyes and was gone.

  42. sara abernathy says:

    Both my parents died in the same year. I was with them both when they passed nearly nine months apart. My dad had a few visions prior to his death of passed loved ones, one I witnessed. My mother was at home recovering from breast cancer surgery while my father was in hospice at the Retirement Home. My father was suffering, in pain, unable to speak, care for himself, was non-verbal for at least a few weeks. I called my mom from the phone next to his bed and told her to tell him it was alright for him to go. She told him to go, that we would be here to take care of her… that it was alright to leave. He started crying. He hadn’t moved or talked in a couple of weeks and when he heard my mom say it was alright to go he cried. He died that night surrounded by all his children. He was such an amazing man. We all loved him so much. It’s been 24 years, I think of him nearly every day. I deeply miss him.

  43. bea bea says:

    I knew a girl who works at the hospital and she said there was some patients that they had lost during their stay one woman was laying in her bed and she was kicking her feet and saying her feet were burning.. and another case she saw was a older lady who was passing away and she was talking about all the beautiful flowers and colors that she had saw.I'll never forget her telling me that gives me goosebumps when I think about it.

  44. jacqueline turner says:

    have been a nurse for many years, so many of the really ill patients, see someone over them before they die, seen it so many times, they hold thier hands out!

  45. Melissa Upton says:

    I could read these all day and all night long. They are all so wonderful. Jesus!

  46. Sandy Farrow says:

    I have experienced a few pts passing. When I was in college my professor (A&P) said "You will probably never experience this, its rare. But its when the brain betrays the body. And everything works backwards, and it cant be helped. Especially when the bowels work backwards. It is very hard for family members. You know eminent", I was working med surg, an elderly lady, I had her 3 12 hr shifts in a row. Her brain was working backwards, We were suctioning her stomach to remove stool to keep it from coming out her mouth. It was winter, bad roads. Her daughter was local, but she waiting for her son, who lived in GA. Airports were closed, he would up driving, when I told him, she kept asking where he was and wanted him. Finally, on my 3rd shift, he makes to KY. He came to the nurses station, asked for her room, and I took him. I told her, "Look who is here, it's your boy". she smiled, as he talked to her for a few minutes. I had to get up behind him to check her lines, and he moved back a bit, I told him he was fine. But she reached out her hand to me, and wouldnt let it go. I'm trying to get his hand in hers on the left side of the bed, and her daughter to hold her hand on right side. She kept reaching out for me. I said, "your children are, your grandchildren are here" trying to get her to take their hands. Her daughter said, "She wants you". I sat on the side of the bed as she held both my hands in her hands. She smiled at me, looked over my left should, smiling with a look of awe on her face. I even looked over my shoulder to see nothing. She inhaled, then exhaled for the last time. I felt bad that her children weren't the ones holding her hands and later mentioned it to the daughter. She said, "No, dont you think that. We got to watch her go in pure peace. I think she saw heaven. Now we wont worry about her." She suffered those days, waiting for her son to get there. He was so glad he made it in time.

  47. David Hooknail says:

    The sound of them swallowing spit is disgusting

  48. Sissy Peavley says:

    I have had several patients tell me about the man in their room. He doesn't talk to them, but they aren't afraid of him either. I've had patients who have done awful things in their past they apparently never asked forgiveness for. One man for example: Do you hear the children, i hear them crying. I hurt them!! That's why i hear them, and see all the shadows moving and moaning. Their taking me to hell!! Another patient seen glitter one day flying around, next day she was trying to catch the fireflies, the next they were fairies, and then full blown angels but the light was so bright she couldn't make out their faces.
    So yes i am a FULL believer that there is infact a Heaven and a Hell.

  49. Mary Kathleen Sapp says:

    🌿 God as our Father sends comforters to help cross the veil from life to death….

  50. winterflame1965 says:

    A few days before my dad passed the PSW told me that he told her thank you for everything she’s done, and then a while later he was waving and smiling at “the others” at the window. He passed 3 days later.
    Five months later to the day, my husbands grandma was in the hospital and we went to visit. We didn’t realize how bad the situation was when we got there ….she was sleeping so we found a restaurant to hang out at and have some food. After a couple of hours i had the feeling that we needed to get back to the hospital and hubby had the same feeling. We tried to get some gas but everything wasn’t going right….it wasn’t letting use our credit card, the pump wasn’t working right.,.just weird …so we left and went straight to grandma. She was dying! It was like she was messing up our getting gas saying get over here now! I sat by her and held her hand. She wanted to speak but couldn’t and I told her it’s ok….she relaxed. Then she looked up at someone or something and her eyes were wide open and fixated. She saw someone and the expression on her face was like she was in awe of whomever it was. I will never forget that look of awe! She passed about 10 min later.

  51. Cynthia Sheffield says:

    I've been in the hospice field for 11yrs now. It's humbling!

  52. kary ann Fontaine says:

    My Father and Uncle Bill were very close. Uncle Bill saw my father waiting for him when he passed. I hope I see someone waiting for me when it is my time.

  53. Invisible Individual says:

    Horse hockey!

  54. cmmahoney21 says:

    I was with my mother at the palliative care unit of the hospital. She was in a coma. They had removed the ventilator and I was just there waiting for her to die. The nurses said that it could happen within a few hours or a few days.

    I was stressed out, of course. It was the middle of the night and the pull out chair that I was trying to sleep on was uncomfortable, so I couldn’t sleep.

    My father had died eight months before. I am a sensitive. I can “hear” dead people talking to me. I can also sense their presences and, rarely, I see them.

    So I was talking to my Daddy telling him that I couldn’t keep doing this because it was too hard. His response was, “I’m coming to get her tonight.” My mother was in a coma, so I don’t know if she heard me or not, but I told her that Daddy had told me that he was coming to get her that night and that when he got there, that it was ok to go on with him.

    My Daddy, true to his word, came to get her that night. As soon as she passed, I sensed her spirit very strongly. And then it went away.

  55. Jody Wolfe says:

    GOD IS GOOD…

  56. NINNG HIZHIDDA says:

    BACK AROUND 1998 I WAS STANDING IN MY DINING ROOM LOOKING OUT THE WINDOW WHILE MY EXWIFE WHOM I HAD JUST TAKEN BACK THE DAY BEFORE WAS IN THE KITCHEN WASHING DISHES IN THE SINK STANDING IN FRONT OF A WINDOW FACING THE SAME DIRECTION AS I WAS; SUDDENLY A DEEPLY MORBID FEELING CAME OVER ME. IT WAS SO DESPAIRING, AND DARK THAT IT MADE ME SHIVER. IT WAS ALSO VERY COLD PHYSICALLY ALL OF A SUDDEN AS IF THE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE HAD DROPPED 50 DEGREES. I JUST MANAGED TO SHAKE IT OFF WHEN I LOOKED AT MY EXWIFE, AND REALIZED BY THE LOOK ON HER FACE SHE HAD EXPERIENCED THE SAME PHENOMENON. I DIDN'T SAY A WO3D ABOUT IT, AND JUST TRIED TO SHAKE IT OFF. IT WAS HARD TO GET BEYOND IT. LIKE WAKING UP FROM A HORRIBLE NIGHTMARE WHERE IT TAKES A COUPLE HOURS TO SHAKE OFF THE RESIDUAL TRAUMA OF WHAT OCCURRED IN YOUR DREAM. THE NEXT DAY SHE MOVED OUT FOR GOOD. A FEW DAYS LATER I FOUND OUT AT ABOUT THE SAME TIME THIS HAPPENED ONE OF THE SONS OF MY NEIGHBOR HAD BEEN FOUND HANGED IN HIS BARN. IT WAS RULED A SUICIDE, BUT EVERYONE IN THE AREA SUSPECTED HE HAD BEEN HUNG BY HIS FATHER. HE WAS A GOOD BOY. HIS FAMILY WERE ALL KNOWN TO BE THE LOCAL THIEVES, AND METH USERS. ONE CAN ONLY SPECULATE WHY THEY MURDERED HIM, OR IF HE WAS SICK OF BEING OSTRACIZED FOR BEING CURSED BY BEING ONE OF THE LECKENBY'S AND JUST DECIDED HE WOULD BE BETTER OFF DEAD. ALL I KNOW IS I HAVE NEVER FELT SUCH A FEELING OF DREAD AND IMPENDING DOOM SUCH AS THAT IN MY LIFETIME BEFORE OR SINCE. IT WAS AS IF THE ANGEL OF DEATH HAD PASSED RIGHT OVER MY HOUSE ON IT'S WAY TO TAKE THIS BOY'S SPIRIT. I'VE ALWAYS WONDERED IF I HAD TRIED TO REACH OUT TO THIS BOY WHEN I HAD BEEN GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY PRIOR TO THIS TRAGIC EVENT IF THINGS COULD HAVE BEEN DIFFERENT. I HAD REJECTED HIM WHEN HE HAD COME INTO MY CIRCLE OF CONNECTIONS SIMPLY BECAUSE HE WAS ONE OF THE LECKENBY'S. NO ONE DARED TO GET INVOLVED WITH ANY OF THEM.

  57. Joe Casson says:

    she was going to debate? with herself? why is it that so many people use the word "debate" when trying to make a decision on their own? that isn't what debate means… To debate requires at least TWO FUCKING PEOPLE.

  58. Joe Casson says:

    TOTAL FUCKING BULLSHIT!

  59. Absu Toth says:

    I am no longer afraid of death but am a little scared of what introduction to the afterlife I'll experience. I hope I get to see my family in addition to the celestial beings. I've read NDE's where they only see celestial beings. I really want to be with my family again among the unconditional love that is God.

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  61. Disco foeva says:

    In May 1977, my cousin dream three times of Angels approached him. They were wearing long white gowns. They told him he is needed. First of June he was killed. I will never forget this and hope I will know what this means when I die.

  62. Ron Thompson says:

    My daughter passed away on November 1, 2017 at age 36. A few years before that she had experienced major seizures and was hospitalized for almost a month. During that time we almost lost her because of the brain damage. When she woke up, she looked at me and asked, "Where's Paw-Paw?" I had to remind her that her grandfather had died several years ago. She was adamant that he was there with her. I am convinced that he was there with her in case she passed, but it just was not her time yet…several things had to take place in her life before she could die. The following Easter, my mother-in-law died. We had been living with her for over a year due to her dementia. My wife and I had often commented on how crowded the house always felt, even thought it was just the two of us, especially in the last few days of her life. The day after she passed we were at the house and both felt an emptiness in the house….almost an echo. I am convinced that our loved ones that have gone on before us are there in spirit to help us on to the other side.

  63. Nita Lancour says:

    My dear Father in Law was in hospice suffering from leukemia. We lived about 200 miles away, but spent many nights with him. His daughter was with him when he died, and she said he was putting out his hand like he was stroking something. She asked what he was doing, and he replied "Barbara Darling". We didn't realize it at the time, but Barbara Darling was a racehorse that his family had owned when he was young. I believe.

  64. Robert Pinette says:

    I have a friend of mine who died in a Very Severe Car wreck he told me he seen a Bright light and seen his Uncle who told him that it was not his time and he should go back,

  65. Meeko Roti says:

    my husband passed away at home under the care of hospice and for some reason the night before I slept like a rock. when I got up in the morning he had been playing Oblivion shivering isles and I looked over at the TV and his little Avatar was walking into the wall. he was still breathing shallowly but he was out and never regained consciousness. for some reason I saved the game at that point. it was weird I remember thinking he doesn't want to lose his level. his heart finally stopped and he died about 45 minutes later. to this day when I put that game in the PS3 his save is still on it.

  66. Shyann1 says:

    I'm glad these hospice caregivers shared there stories 🙂 I will share my story too . My neighbor asked me to help
    her die and to hold her hand. So, at the time of her demise I was sitting in her bed and talking to her and basically
    keep her calm, to not be afraid. She was so weak but right before she died she suddenly sat up and her eyes
    opened real wide ,..like she was looking at something. It surprised me for sure. This does actually happen. It's
    like they get a little glimps if Heaven or a loved one is there to take them. People on the other side are more
    happy and comfortable than we are. Peace & Love ~

  67. Edgard Agosto says:

    Hell is real

  68. Jennifer Lacks says:

    My daddy died on July 19 2019 of kidney failure. He was in hospice for 2 weeks and all I can say is thank you for the nurses he had. It was a hard decision to stop all treatment but I know it was right. My brother had passed away suddenly in March and my daddy took it really hard. He told me Brian was with Jesus and I know that when my daddy passed my brother came and took him home.

  69. Harvoni says:

    when u die like that old slow the mind breaks down slowley and u hallucinate, some times demons will also mess with the old people as they come to collect them , and bear them to hell , they appear as loved ones and such, a horrible deception. But when those who serve believe trust the lord Jesus , have ask forgiveness and forgiven all and are truly saved , they will die and Jesus or angels will be there to bear them to heaven

  70. Chase Ketcheson says:

    A week after my son died I was awakened in the middle of the night with the most beautiful Angelic music…….I never, ever wake from my sleep……ever….

  71. Rachel D Ruiz Maldonado says:

    I am about to start my internship in social work in this respected field. I am falling in love with what I am learning here on YouTube. Thank you for sharing.

  72. Steve Jakson says:

    When i was a teenager i wanted to die and i cut a large vein in my hand and lade back to die. I started praying calling on Jesus saying his name over and over and all of a sudden a bright warmth came over me and shot threw my body . Instantly i went from deep depression to crying in the most indescribable feeling of love and happiness and i seen what i believe was Jesus looking at me. The bleeding had stopped. God is real i have no doubt and years after till now i did not live my life by God but i always was and still am a giver in helping others in life. This experience i tell you is the truth

  73. Tony B says:

    How come nobody ever talks about going to hell when they have a nde or when their about to die??

  74. Ms Austin says:

    In 2010 I was very very sick and alone. I'm very assured of a vision I had and it was a huge book. I knew it was the Book of Life. I saw a quill pen and names being written down in it. The ink the pen was being dipped in was Jesus' blood.
    Names were being written down and names were fading out.. either by death or in a backslidden state their sins were erasing the names that had been written.
    I used to believe once saved always saved but no longer do.
    If truly saved it is difficult to backslide.
    A morning came shortly and I knew I was dying. I felt complete peace and quiet inside and within my heart. God is good and loving. Allow the Holy Spirit to dwell and have that eternal security of knowing Him.
    Bless you all!

  75. millieo says:

    My dad came 800 miles to tell me he was going. He was with a presence, I could sense warmth and sunlight. I didn't need to look at it but I wanted to go to. They walked by my bed and I got up to follow. As we neared a brick arch I could see and feel more warmth and light and voices, but not words, like bird song or bits of joy. They went through the arch. I went to step through but cheese cloth painted a thick, clumpy battleship grey appeared and a knowing was in my head it "wasn't my time to go." Twenty years later my mother told me the moment Dad passed he suddenly sat up, reached out his arm and called out my name.
    The phone rang after the curtain appeared and I knew I knew it wasn't my time.

  76. Amber F says:

    I'm very ill. I really hope that when it's my time that I find peace in the light.

  77. Lisa Wilson says:

    I used to be a CNA. Late one evening, one of my widowed female residents was especially happy and animated, and refused to go to bed. At one point, I asked her what she was doing out of bed, and she told me that she had to pack because her husband was coming to get her.

    The next afternoon when I got to work, I found out that she had passed away overnight.

  78. Bev F says:

    When you die, you either go to heaven or you go to hell. You don't just die and that's the end of it. The way you go to heaven is by asking Jesus to forgive you of your sins and come into your life as your Lord and Savior. Jesus is the way, the truth and the life and no one comes to the Father (or goes to heaven) except through Him (John 14:6). If you want to know more, please ask.

  79. Gort Newton says:

    Something that a lot of people don't know is that when soldiers are dying in battle, they most often call for God to forgive them (forgive their misdeeds through their life). A few ask for their mother. People, think about God, think about your last words, if you get that chance. God made you. You will stand before your Maker one day.

  80. Hamish Ford says:

    Hi Everyone,
    My story is slightly different but you may find it interesting. I do not expect you to believe my story and I think that's natural, plus as I know its true, I am not offended by your possible disbelief. I believe that there is more out there that we do not know then that we do.
    I have been a suicidal person my entire life. At the time of writing this I am 62. About a year and a half ago, for a period of about 6 months, I begged the universe to give me cancer. The reason I asked for cancer is because I have been a bad person and I absolutely hate myself. Anyway I got what I asked for, cancer. The hospital that originally diagnosed my cancer, lost my hospital records so it was 51 weeks before my first operation, a year later I had a second tumor removed. The cancer is now in my lungs and I have refused further treatment. I have been professionally physic diagnosed with Chronic Depression, Borderline Personality Disorder and most recently, Bipolar Disorder. So as you can well imagine my life has been different LOL.
    About a year ago I FINALLY decided to kill myself so I I researched on line to see if I could overdose on some of the medication I was on. ( NB Please note that I was never monitored on the amount of medication I was allowed via prescriptions and had over a two year period managed to save a large amount of two of the meds I was on. ) Anyway, I found on line where people had successfully committed suicide on 3000 to 4000 mg of Seroquel. As I did not want to risk surviving my own suicide attempt, I took a MINIMUM of 80,000 mg of Seroquel, YES I took 800, one and two hundred milligram Seroquel pills and then I took 350 sleeping pills. How I did this was I stayed awake the previous night so as to be tired the next night, when at 8 30pm I took six 200mg Seroquel pills then as soon as I started feeling sleepy, I took the remaining pills fifty at a time, flushed down with alcohol. I was discovered at 11am the following day, in a coma, I had not vomited but they told me later that my body temperature was so low, I gone into a kind of hibernation. My best friend told me that he was told by doctors in the Intensive Care Ward that they did not believe I had taken that many Pills and after being in a coma for two weeks, they said we are removing all the tubes today and he will regain consciousness straight away, when, yet another two weeks later and I still hadn't come to, they said OPPS, he really did take all the pills he said he did in his suicide letter. Plus I left all the empty pill tabs with that letter. ANYWAY lol, not only did I survive but stranger still is the fact that I ended up with no brain damage at all from taking at once, the highest ever recorded amount of Seroquel. The hospital referred to me as being a medical miracle but as I am not at all religious, I do not believe in miracles. I remember no dreams or visons when I was in that coma. I did however have a number of hallucinations after I came out of the coma. they said were due to the Seroquel.
    As a foot note you may find it interesting that I came out of my coma in the very same hospital that left me with a tumor for 51 weeks before they operated.
    My head is such a mess ! As stated previously stated, I asked for cancer, got what I asked for, then had two operations a year apart to remove that cancer and now I refuse any further treatment. Every day, YES EVERY DAY, I wish I had died. I have lived alone for the last twenty odd years because that's what I deserve and I believe it would be very unfair to put another person through my hell but I find life alone tough going.
    THANK YOU ALL for reading my story.

  81. Tramp says:

    Praise god, now send us your money… We would pray, but that doesn't seem to work…

  82. Mark Toure says:

    If you watch this in 2019,
    Know that Jesus loves you. The clock is ticking , time is fleeing. Death and hell are moving. It is high time you make this decision. God loves you and wants you by His sides. Accept Jesus as your Lord and personal savior and you will be set free from sin and will escape final judgement.
    Him only is the way, the truth and the life.
    I deeply love you. Stay blessed

  83. aline simon says:

    GOD BLESS ALL HOSPICE NURSES….angles on earth

  84. C&C Phx says:

    These hospice nurses have more courage and guts than myself or any other guy I know, I couldn’t do that job.

  85. Sarah Jones says:

    I wish to God that there is comfort in dying from animals and people we loved . but I suspect a lot of these visions seen before death are opiate induced,morhine pain killers…..this is not an invite for religious instruction.

  86. M Strads says:

    Working in Assisted Living gave me the opportunity to speak with many folks before they passed. My favorite was Connie that never left her room except to have her hair done or see the DR. One day she marched to my front desk and told me that she was going up the hill to see her mother. I said…"what?" She said I am going home up the hill. I said wonderful Connie! She went back to her room and passed in her bed three hours later. So sweet. <3

  87. Margie Reyes says:

    My father dying from a brain tumor, was quietly resting when he opened his eyes and reached out as if to touch someone at the foot of his bed said momma momma and giggle and cried like a child, the peace he had gave me peace because his mother had died at home when he was 10yrs old unexpectedly, she had sent him to buy bread and came home to find her passed on, she was 34 yrs old. He loved her dearly. He said she was young and beautiful just like he remembered. I was happy when she came for him a few hours later…he was afraid of dying before her visit him..I miss you dad😪❤

  88. Boost Customer says:

    If you die in sin you will see demons,

  89. Kerry Harrington says:

    Cant wait to see my beautiful boy R.I.P 💚😘😇😭💔 25/10/91 10/05/11 And My Dad 😘💛😇😭💔

  90. SugaLuv2 says:

    When i used 2 do home healthcare, i was scheduled 2 sit with a hospice patient 2 nights in a row fr 7p to 7a. The patient was bedridden & comatosed, so i sat in the den, in a chair that looked out n2 the hallway of the bedrooms. On the 1st night, as i was engrossed in my McDonald's, value meal #1, with a strawberry milkshake instead of the drink, watching the Real Housewives on t.v., i kept getting a vision of something clear & squiggly, out of the corner of my eye. It almost reminds me of gas fumes. That clear mist (4 lack of a better word) i see in the air sometimes when i'm pumping my gas. However, when i would turn my head 2 look dead on, i wouldn't notice anything. I struggled my shoulders & went back 2 my guilty pleasures. Well, by the 2nd night, not so many guilty pleasures, so i was really paying attn:. This time when i noticed the mist, it was directly in front of the hospice patient's bedroom. I kept thinking, what is it?! Needless 2 say, the patient died that following morning around 3 or 4 a.m. When i looked into it, i found stories of ppl basically describing the exact same mist around the person, just b4 they pass. I summed it up 2 maybe deceased loved ones waiting on the person 2 crossover.

  91. Silverwings2012 says:

    I am very greatful for Hosparus, It is just like Hospice, but I will never understand why the drs waited so long to call them in, a friend of mine was dieing of lung cancer, yet the drs did not call Hoparus in until 3 days before he died, they brought much needed oxygen, and pain killers, until that time all he had was Tylenol, If you are in this situation, I urge you to urge the doctors to be much more caring about their patients. There was no reason for this.

  92. Proton Gradient says:

    The human mind is capable of wonderful imagination and hallucination. Add contagious mass hysteria to this and the dead will be walking in front of a group, all believing in afterlife/ghosts and such. After my younger brother passed on, my elder brother saw him turn a corner and walk towards him on the road close to our home. My elder brother was pretty shaken but knew that it was his mind creating this hallucination.

  93. Angela Dixon says:

    I wish when they told their storied a lot of lip smacking gulping I wish someone would give them a drink of water

  94. gramig0 says:

    Hospice RN for many years and I will say these stories are not uncommon and all are so very special. I do take exception to what the lady says in the last few seconds of the video when she says 'you're not going to be afraid anymore and in those last hours it will go away'. I understand she's wanting to make people feel less anxious about death. If she means the patient is medicated to the max that might be true and some patients need that to alleviate pain but not usually. Pain control is relatively easy yet they often have intense anxiety and will fight til the end. They don't have peace. We can get their pain controlled but it's much more than a physical thing. Mostly what I witness is that those that do not have a 'solid ground' so to speak, do not pass easily at all. That's the truth and it's a sad thing to see.

  95. Lara Star says:

    Life is too short..build your hereafter before its too late and ask forgiveness to OUR GOD THE ALMIGHTY and do good deeds..

  96. John Bouwens says:

    My grandfathers last words were,,, oh there you are… His brother was sitting next to the bed ,,and said he was talking to my grandmother ,,,who, had passed away years before,,, we latter found out from the nursing staff ,, that grandpa had been talking to someone all along ,,, for months before his death,,, the same grandma that appeared in my room at 3am,, the morning she died 1300 miles away from me,,, she appeared as a light a puff of smoke and then disapated in to the ceiling and was gone ,,, no joking there is life after death, and my grandma came and got my grandpa when he died,,, it's a fact,,, and me,,, she came to me to prove there is a God and I needed to get right with him ,,, I was hooked on drugs real bad and ran with ,,, let's just say crime,, it took years to get away from it all ,,, but I did it ,, I'm clean off shooting dope for ever, gave my life over to God and took Jesus as my savior,, I can't help but wonder who will come for me ,,,

  97. K.B. Tidwell says:

    I always wonder why people who don't believe in the supernatural aspects of deathbed visions watch these videos. The sweet answer is that they hope to educate the poor masses who do believe. The real answer is that they're just irritating trolls. If you believe, then the trolls are six miles below your minimum attention threshold.
    Don't encourage troublemakers who have nothing better to do.

  98. Doug Hahnke says:

    Retards that believe in Leprechauns. Breeding ignorance.

  99. Joe McMullin says:

    Wow at all the Christians commenting on Jesus. Most NDE accounts state that it is more spiritual than anything, that it is all about how we affect each other and how it is about love. Nothing about strictly following any specific religion.

  100. JANET BROWN says:

    I had taken too many sleeping pills. During that time I could see myself walking through a beautiful field filled with beautiful yellow flowers.

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