A woman who says she has ‘died’ more than 1,000 times has penned her first book explaining her extraordinary condition.
Beverley Gilmour, 52, who lives in Lytham, has suffered up to three ‘near death experiences’ every month for around 30 years.
Her new book, ‘A Journey of Actual Death Experiences’, details how the unusual condition has shaped her life.
She said: “When a person has a near death experience, or actual death experience, they may have one once or twice in their lifetime, and it has such an effect that it changes their entire perspective of life.
“My heart stops, then I stop breathing and my brain shuts down. I feel myself rising up and I can look down at myself.
“My book details the actual death experience and explains why this happens.
“It talks about what I have learned about the actual death experience and how people can contact their spiritual side.
“It’s about science and spirituality combined.
“I would call myself a spiritual person.
“I want to start an online debate with the gift of social media as an open platform for people to describe their own near death experiences.”
A Journey of Actual Death Experiences will launch on March 27, and can be purchased online or ordered from all major book shops.
People who have been through their own near-death experiences are welcome to contact Beverley by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.