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Woman Declared Dead For 15 Minutes Shares Her Experience Of '5 Years In Heaven'

A woman who was declared dead for 15 minutes has shared her account of spending 'five years in Heaven'.

One of the greatest mysteries in life is what happens after we die.

Some believe in the existence of Heaven or Hell, some mention seeing a light at the end of a tunnel, while others think our souls are reborn.

Now, a woman has come forward with a story that could provide us with the most definitive answer yet.

In May 2001, Dr. Linda Kramer went to the bathroom early in the morning and suddenly collapsed, appearing to have 'died'.

Her ex-husband found her and immediately called 911 for help.

Paramedics arrived and provided treatment, successfully reviving her after 15 minutes.

However, they later discovered that she had actually been pronounced dead during that time.

Kramer has since shared her account of what she went through during those 15 minutes, claiming that she spent five years in Heaven.

During an interview on the YouTube channel Near Death Experience, Kramer describes her experience.

She mentions that in real life, she can walk around three to six miles in an hour. Using this as a reference point, she tries to estimate the duration of her time in Heaven.

Kramer explains that in that realm, she had the ability to visualize and recreate any building or structure she had ever encountered. Additionally, she shares that she could even temporarily take on the form and perspective of other individuals.

According to the doctor's statement: "That's when I found myself standing in what I termed the field of flowers. I was observing the mountain range 30,000 times huger than Mount Everest."

"There's a huge mountain range over in the back of wherever I was. I could see buildings with skyscrapers. Dubai is like little miniature huts in comparison."

"I saw lakes, I could see everything in a panoramic view."

"So I'm there interacting with people, talking to people, becoming them."

Kramer further explains that whenever she thought of a new location, she would be immediately transported there.

Although Kramer has provided her testimony, it is important to note that there is currently insufficient evidence to definitively prove the existence of an afterlife.

Sean Carroll, a cosmologist and physics professor at the California Institute of Technology, presents a counterargument: "The laws of physics underlying everyday life are completely understood."

"Claims that some form of consciousness persists after our bodies die and decay into their constituent atoms face one huge, insuperable obstacle."

"The laws of physics underlying everyday life are completely understood. And there's no way within those laws to allow for the information stored in our brains to persist after we die."