Life After Death
by Neville Randall
“Perhaps the most reassuring
and 'down-to-earth' book
about the other side ever written.”
From the voices of long-dead actors and writers, to husbands, mothers, religious leaders and soldiers - they all have a story to tell
about what happens to us when we die.
They describe where we go, what we see, who we meet
and what happens if we come back...
“The most impossible ingredient of death is its feeling of finality.
The finality of parting forever from someone we love.
The first step in accepting death is the belief that husbands and wives,
parents and children, sweethearts and lifelong friends
will be together once again in a life beyond the grave.”
- Neville Randall
“Communications from the dead are still suspect.
Those who think death is the end call them fraudulent conjuring tricks. Orthodox Christians think they are the work of the devil.
Psychic investigators who have convinced themselves that communication is a reality evaluate it by how it comes...”
- Neville Randall
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Neville Randall was born in 1916. He was educated at St Peter's, Seaford and Canford School. He learnt French at the University of Montpellier and then went to Oxford to study English. He got a job in Fleet Street in 1939 but left to join the army in 1940. He served in India, Burma and the Control Commission in Germany, rising to the rank of Major. He left the army in 1946 and returned to Fleet Street. He worked on the Daily Graphic, the Daily Sketch and the Daily Mail, retiring in 1981.
As a feature writer on the Daily Sketch he became interested in the possibility of life after death. He interviewed the leading mediums of the day, including Ena Twigg, and became convinced that life after death was real. He wrote a series of articles for the Daily Sketch which were turned into a pamphlet. He was later asked by the medium Leslie Flint if he could turn the hundreds of taped sittings Flint had made with George Woods and Betty Greene, into a book. The result was Life After Death first published in 1974. He maintained contact with a number of mediums throughout his life.
Neville had a keen interest in growing his own fruit and vegetables and spent his spare time in his garden. He described the joys and travails of gardening in another book Thou Bleeding Piece of Earth. He married in 1955 and had three children. He died in 1999.