A severely grief-stricken widow agrees to participate in an unconventional study where scientists facilitate sensory “reconnections” between survivor and deceased – the first publicly-funded research of its kind at the University of North Texas.
The results were remarkable. My conversation this week is with Stephen Berkley, creator of the Best Documentary winner Living with Ghosts, which details this 7-year exploration of the nature of consciousness and the healing potential of after-death communication. It’s a superb film both promising and comforting. Love is eternal. Our people are not lost to us.
Please take a few minutes to watch the trailer and register for an upcoming private, virtual screening just for listeners of Messages of Hope. And be sure to join in as I talk with Stephen on April 14 at 4 pm ET, 3 pm CT, 2 pm MT, 1 pm PT. It is going to be an outstanding, uplifting, and comforting hour.
Save your spot for the Best Documentary winner Living with Ghosts, a virtual screening exclusively for Messages of Hope listeners! Watch trailer & register here.
About Stephen Berkley, Writer/Director/Producer
Although Stephen has worked in film and media for over 30 years, Living With Ghosts is his first entirely self-produced feature film. The story idea came with the death of Stephen’s father when — shortly afterwards — his mother began reporting interactions with whom she believed to be Dad’s ghost in a real-life Mrs. Muir situation. Which naturally begged the question: Are ghosts a real phenomenon or are they merely symptomatic of profound grief? Living With Ghosts is the culmination of a seven-year investigation into the nature of love, death and ghosts and features three survivors’ quest for answers.