Chris Carter has a new Web site up to promote his book. Like the book, the site is called Science and the Near-Death Experience, and it can be found here.
If you click on the menu on the left side of the screen, you'll have the opportunity to learn more about the book and to read excerpts. There's also a link to Subversive Thinking's interview with Chris.
Robert Perry was kind enough to send me a copy of his recently published book Signs: A New Approach to Coincidence, Synchronicity, Guidance, Life's Purpose, and God's Plan. Whew! That's a mouthful. I haven't had time to do more than flip through the book, but it looks interesting, covers a lot of ground, and has been endorsed by leading NDE researcher Bruce Greyson, among others.
You can learn more about Signs here.
Speaking of Robert Perry, he posted a provocative and concise review of Raymond Moody's latest book on his blog. The entry includes a comment from Cheryl Moody (Raymond Moody's wife) responding to some questions and criticisms raised in the review. I haven't read Moody's book, but the review has piqued my interest, since the phenomenon he is describing, "shared NDEs," could someday prove very evidential if it can be adequately documented.
The shared NDE phenomenon reminded me of "shared IADCs," which I've written about in the past.