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Patients open up about their experiences before they clinically died. Then, guest Anita Moorjani, who doctors said only had hours to live, shares who she saw before she went into respiratory arrest.
Guest Dale Reppert describes who and what he saw and felt in his near death experience. Then, grief counselor David Kessler explains the theories behind these types of experiences.
Guest Anita Moorjani recounts what she felt and saw in her near death experience. Then, Dr. Oz discusses what may be happening in the brain during this period.
In 1991, Jaycee Lee Dugard was abducted, imprisoned, and tortured for 18 years. In a daytime exclusive, she opens up about her life in captivity, her healing process, and how she has moved forward.
Dr. Oz introduces the story of Jaycee Dugard, who was abducted when she was 11 years old, tortured, and imprisoned for nearly two decades. Then, crime correspondent Melissa Moore reveals the most shocking mistakes made in this case.
Jaycee Dugard talks about how she survived for 18 years, when Phillip and Nancy Garrido abused and imprisoned her in their backyard. Plus, she opens up about her family and meeting her younger sister again.
For 18 years, Jaycee Dugard was held in captivity and separated from her family. She discusses how she and her mother, younger sister, and family reconnected and reveals what has helped her be a better mom today.
Jaycee Dugard shares how animal therapy has helped her recover after her abduction and talks about giving back with the JAYC Foundation. Plus, correspondent Melissa Moore spent time with Dugard on a ranch and shares their experience.
Jaycee Dugard credits her therapist Dr. Rebecca Bailey for helping her recover after being abducted and held captive for 18 years. Dr. Bailey describes how Dugard and her family began rebuilding their lives after their traumatic experience.
About 50% of people have reported that they sense the presence of deceased relatives and friends. Two audience members, Anaya and Linda, share their experiences and grief counselor David Kessler weighs in.
Today we examine one of the biggest questions about death: who do you see when this life comes to an end? Plus, after being held captive for 18 years, Jaycee Dugard reveals how she survived the unimaginable and how she’s helping others overcome pain.
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