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Motorcycle crash sends man into tunnel but he returns to have premonitions of future events

On Sept. 23rd, 2015 I was in a motorcycle vs. auto accident. We were hit head on and my girlfriend was killed. I flat lined on scene for 6 minutes and in the trauma center for 8 minutes. At this point I had no idea of what had happened.

My experience began with the realization that I was floating in the "Superman flying" position through a tunnel of the most beautiful fluffy clouds that was perfectly formed like a tube. I found myself moving gently towards a round disc of red and yellow light when my forward motion slowly came to a stop. The overwhelming feeling of desire to go to the comfort, warmth and love that was the light was something I had never felt before. Then I heard a man's voice. It was known to me but I had never heard this voice before. I was asked one question, without connotation or inuendo, "Do you want to stay here or do you want to go back?" I briefly weighed my choices, consciously considering the feeling of the light and what I believed I had not yet finished in life. Not knowing what had happened to me, my girlfriend or anything else, I chose to return to this life. I said, "I want to go back."

My next conscious moment was two and a half weeks later, still in the trauma unit at Penn Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. 

I know I had many different hallucinations from the medications, but to my core, I know the tunnel experience was not drug-induced. The other dreams were extremely different in my level of consciousness.

Since then, I have seen only one future memory that came to reality but I had similar premonitions before my accident. Some things I can feel or know ahead of time but not everything and not at will. They just pop into my head if it is visual or I feel like something is going to happen... hard to explain.

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