Don’t go to Hell!
By Dr. Dale A. Robbins
“Don’t go to Hell!” cried Dick Spiller. “I have seen and felt the flames!” he said to his family, as he laid on the hospital stretcher. “Hell is a reality. I know, because I was there! I have been given a second chance. But most people who will go there will not.”
At first this sounded like the ravings of a lunatic or religious fanatic, but his startled family and friends knew that he was neither. Only hours earlier on August 26, 1988, Spiller, a civil engineer in Zurich, Switzerland, laid lifeless on a hospital stretcher, a victim of a severe automobile crash. For nearly twenty minutes, doctors frantically struggled to revive his vital signs with no success, but finally one last electrical burst from the defibrillator unit produced a faint heartbeat. Amazingly, Spiller survived and eventually recovered fully from his injuries.
The doctor, heart specialist Robert Suter, confirmed that Spiller had been clinically dead for at least eighteen minutes on the operating table before he was revived. But even more startling than his miraculous recovery, was Spiller’s shocking description of an after-life experience in which he claimed to see the fires of Hell! ...
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