Living With Death: The Series

Death. It's a natural part of the life cycle, and something about which we all have a morbid curiosity. For some, it goes beyond curiosity — it's a facet of their daily life. Telegram reporter Tara Bradbury introduces you to a group of people who, by choice or by chance, deal with death every day. This is her four-part series "Living With Death," running in the Telegram Oct. 9 to 12.

Living With Death: The Series
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Linda
- November 26, 2014
- 19 h 00

I found this article when I was looking up the word afterlife and I thought Dan, his wife, Tara and other readers may be interested in finding out more about the subjects here. Most people want to know what happens when we die and Dan has definitely had a glimpse and now, an interesting story to tell and a new appreciation for life. So, if there are people reading here that want to find out more about the afterlife, spirituality and what heaven is like you can go to www.theangelscrolls.com for some more amazing and heart warming insight.

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