Giving Incredible Hope to Grieving People

It is hard to imagine anything worse than losing a loved one.

Those who know that there is scientific proof that we all survive death know that losing a loved one is only a temporary tragedy.
These scientific discoveries bring hope and comfort to every person on Earth.
A mother, who had seen her two young boys killed in front of her in a traffic accident, wrote:
"After reading your scientific case for survival after death, my pillow is now dry at night. I am a different woman."
During an experiment with the materialisation medium Rita Goold, Michael Roll sat next to a mother and father, and watched them talking to their "dead" son, who had been killed in a motorcycle accident at the age of sixteen. These parents have been reunited with their son on about 300 separate occasions over a number of years.

Dr Alan Gauld, who was President of the Society for Psychical Research from 1989 - 1992, also witnessed this happening.
Alan Gauld's reaction:
Pretend it did not happen
Michael Roll's reaction:
Tell everyone
In a 1992 documentary, In Search of the Dead II: Visions and Voices, Dr Alan Gauld talks about how materialisation mediums used to use cheesecloth, but nowadays use net curtains as fake ectoplasm.
(Hence over 30 years of tireless campaigning and this website.)

Everyone in the world has a right to know about these exciting discoveries in physics, especially parents who have lost children.

We have all lost loved ones, and we are all going to die one day.
Those who censor the secular scientific case for survival after death are showing contempt for grieving people everywhere.