Hello from Heaven!

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Hello From Heaven! is a 1996 book written by Bill Guggenheim and Judy Guggenheim. The book records what the Guggenheims term after-death communications (ADCs).

Hello From Heaven! documents the firsthand accounts of people who believe they have been contacted by a loved one who has died, otherwise known as ADCs. The Guggenheims interviewed over 2000 people in the United States and Canada and collected over 3000 ADC accounts.

Hello From Heaven! and after-death communications have been discussed on, the ABC television news show 20/20,[1] the radio show Coast to Coast AM,[2] and in the newspaper the Orlando Sentinel.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kramer, N. (Producer). (April 12, 1996). 20/20 [Television series]. New York: American Broadcasting Company.
  2. ^ Noory, George (Host). (September 8, 2009). Coast to Coast AM [Radio broadcast]. Sherman Oaks, California: Premiere Networks
  3. ^ Wessel, H. (May 21, 1995). Bill and Judy Guggenheim, researchers of after-death communication. The Orlando Sentinel.