A New York man who was clinically useless for greater than 6 hours and two weeks in an intensive care unit claims he went to Heaven and met a number of well-known folks equivalent to Jesus Christ, Elvis Presley, and even Jeffrey Epstein.
Anthony Willow, 85, resuscitated at New York Presbyterian Hospital to medical workers’s shock after going into cardiac arrest 6-hours previous to his revival.
Willow claims he had an out-of-body expertise and noticed the medical workers round him attempting to revive him earlier than he was “sucked in” in direction of a “glowing gentle.”
Willow advised his spouse of how he was greeted on the “Gates of Heaven” by a “shining spirit information” who claimed to be Jesus Christ and afterward met with the spirits of deceased relations but additionally with sure celebrities.
“I used to be actually shocked to satisfy Jeffrey Epstein and I puzzled how he had managed to finish up right here in Heaven, you recognize with all the child tales, however I felt uncomfortable with asking such a query on the time,” he advised reporters.
“Jeffrey and I acquired alongside effectively and he provided to point out me across the place. Every little thing was surreal, so vivid in shade and sensation. There was essentially the most stunning music and there have been additionally youngsters taking part in in every single place,” Willow advised reporters, visibly nostalgic.
Apparently, Jeffrey Epstein’s “gentle spirit,” as Willow described, had considerably the position of a tour information for the “newly departed souls,” and reunited them with misplaced relations in addition to answered their questions.
“He’s a extremely nice man, nothing just like the monster portrayed by the media. I assume he can’t be that dangerous if he has his place in Heaven,” Willow argued, in Epstein’s protection.
New York Presbyterian Hospital paramedics’ stated that resuscitation efforts of this length don’t usually lead to a optimistic final result and that the affected person is a “strolling miracle” in response to trendy medical requirements.