In the mid 1940s James Wilburn Chauncey died of bacterial (Meningococcal) spinal meningitis. He was pronounced dead, covered with a white sheet to await the morgue and cremation. Several hours later, when two housekeepers entered the quarantined room, they were greeted by a most terrifying sight: a seven-year-old boy who was most certainly not deadat least not anymore.
Though he suffered amnesia and couldn't remember anything prior to getting sick, James vividly recalled his experience in paradise while dead. There James was introduced to his three previously deceased siblings and shown a vision of his future and the future of the earth. Though considered a Miracle Boy, few people believed he was actually an Eyewitness to Heaven. The more common response was that the disease has damaged his brain permanently and he was retarded. Ostracized by his brothers and his classmates, James had tremendous problems in school, with his friends, and with life in general. He soon developed anger at Jesus for not taking him back to paradise.
Over the next six decades, James remained silent about his experience and created a new personality as a defense mechanism. Finally, after surviving five heart attacks and two terminal cancers, James's daughters broke through and got him to reveal why he was so angry about surviving cancer, and persuaded James to open up about his experience.
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Descripción Tate Publishing & Enterpri, 2011. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111613460139