Dying and coming back to life has been featured on talk shows, in books and in feature films. Given the entire attention over the years, one really wonders if people really do see heaven and hell, and can live to tell about their journey. If you’re not a person of faith, science is also intrigued by the mystery of life after death. Scientists are becoming more interested regarding Near Death Experiences (NDE) as medical technology improves to save lives. The reason is that people who usual go through these experiences are engulfed in medical equipment to measure vitals and to record brain activity. This is giving them a bigger window into the afterlife, and what a person could be experiencing. The Near Death Research Foundation is a free public service and welcomes people of all religions to share NDE’s with them. “Most people who have come to death say they remember nothing, around 18 percent later report that “something happened. That "something" is often a near-death experience. NDE's are relatively common. As of 2001, almost 600 adults per day in the United States experience an NDE,” the site offered.