Went to a lecture last night given by a hospice nurse/intuitive about experiences of people dying and the amazing events that often occur around that. She wrote a book detailing 24 first hand accounts of these events. One time there was this old lady who was dying in her home and all she worried about was the putrid smell of her cancerous facial sores. When the nurse was away she passed, When the nurse arrived the whole house smelled like roses, especially in the room where her body was. Noone had scented the air or anything. Another time she had the daughter of a woman who was dying in her home complain that the spirit of her father was tormenting them. The nurse just assumed she was stressing out too much from caring for her dying mother. While in the living room the rocking chair started rocking violently to everyone's dismay. The nurse told her to tell her father to go away now forcefully. She did and the chair immediately stopped and all was at peace again. Another time the son of a dying father saw his late mother bending over his dad in his bed and kissing him and him kissing her back. That day he passed, which happened to be their anniversary. Pretty amazing stuff, regardless of your worldview. Every death is different though. Every message a personal one. Mind you not every hospice story is pleasant. Some are even pretty horrible. But some are worth knowing about.