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originally posted by: sailormon
When I first read the title, I was thinking of actually dying and thought that a near death experience, LOL.
Well i will have to think about this and perhaps come back with a reply, somewhat a long one. Just the other day I looked at some charts of lake MI. and Huron, pointing out to a friend a few places where I almost died. And then car crashes, airplane crashes, being crushed under a concrete building when it back drafted fighting a fire, so many, I have lost track. The first going back into the 40's falling under a farm wagon and it stopping with the heavy iron banded wheel against my face after the old man got the horses to stop.
Each event is a story I suppose, and yes, I wonder why I got away with keeping my life including disease as an orphan left untreated. Is this what you are interested in.
originally posted by: bulrush
I'd like to make a free ebook (EPUB) for everyone, that simply contains a bunch of near death experiences that people can read about. If you want to submit your story, reply to this thread.
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