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Near Death and Out of Body Experience in Childhood


When I was eight years old, I was in a go-cart accident where I lost control in a school parking lot and found myself wedged underneath a bus in a row of busses with about two and a half feet in between each bus. There was something stuck inside my chest, and I remember thinking as a child that my heart was bleeding as I looked down and saw my blood soaked body. I was airlifted to the hospital where I drifted in and out of consciousness in the emergency room. I remember bits and pieces of laying in the emergency room but the most vivid memory I have is of me being hoisted onto the bed of the catscan and laying there wanting my pillow from home. That was my last conscious thought.

Sometime after that I remember looking down at myself, and I was a camera on the wall. There wasn't a camera on the wall, that's just what I imagined myself as. I was looking at my dad holding my mom and I saw myself with my hands over my head and I thought I was dead. I just remember feeling like I wanted to help myself. I looked at the doctors in the room and just remember wanting them to leave me alone.

What seemed like seconds later I woke up in my hospital room the next day with my arms over my head and the sunlight shining in my window. I saw my mom looking at me and I remember thinking it was best to keep this to myself.

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Kidlet (21 posts)
12 years ago (2009-10-11)
I have had many near death events. But the most interesting thing is what is it like to be dead. Once when I was asleep I had a dream. I was running away from someone (dont know who). And then suddenly got shot by an arrow. Now one rule with dreams is you CANT die. But I did and it was just a blank nothing. I then woke up later on after a couple of moments. Has anyone else had this? IT IS kind of scary but here I am alive with perfect health conditions. Could this be a gift from God?
nora (4 posts)
14 years ago (2008-02-12)
i had almost the exact same expierience, when I was 10 I drowned... Whenever I tell someone they just laugh and think I'm making a joke or I'm lying. 😢 so0 I guess I know how you feel its a strange feeling is'nt
Katie (guest)
14 years ago (2007-09-28)
you don't laugh at something like that. What do you think people? I maybe over reacting but if you had electricity and lost your memory what happened that day you would of been angry. What do you think do you think she should of laughed.
Katie (guest)
14 years ago (2007-09-28)
my nan started laughing after I told them I nearly died by having a near to death experience. She is evil why did she laugh does she want me dead or something.
Katie (guest)
14 years ago (2007-08-26)
hi I have that happening to me its a dream then its happens in real life. Something tells you the story and you picture it in your head you wake up and the next thing the story is happening again but in real life . Have I got that right? That what happened to me anyway. Don't worry its happened to me when I was near to danger even death.
Allen (guest)
14 years ago (2007-08-25)
If you are interested in near-death experiences (NDEs), you can read about them on the website of the International Association for Near-Death Studies at In particular, you might want to check under the Research tab for published papers outlining new findings from the most current research, particularly the two written by Dr. Peter Fenwick and Dr. Pim Van Lommel.

You can also join the association. Membership is very reasonably priced and they keep you up-to-date on new research and developments.

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