Laurie McDonald is a hypnotherapist, an abduction researcher and an experiencer—and the only experiencer known whose mother remembers being abducted while pregnant with the child she became.

Laurie is also a consultant for the experiencer support group FREE and mentor to support groups in the Sacramento, California area.

In this show, she tells about her own experiences and the one that her mother had before Laurie was born.

Then, in the second half, Whitley describes a 40 minute missing time experience he had on May 7 while walking through the Los Angeles airport, LAX.

Every day,  more studies are published showing that psychedelic substances and plant medicine like Ayahuasca can have powerful health benefits such as the relief of depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.

But there are other studies that suggest that there may be much more involved in the whole experience of exposure to these substances, especially to substances like Ayahuasca.

Briefly, is there somebody there? Is "Grandmother Ayahuasca" a real consciousness that we can engage with when the ego is silenced and the doors of perception are opened?

This beautiful, amazing show about dying and the afterlife is not to be missed. This wonderful, empowering program begins with Whitley’s description of the most incredible contact he has so far had with Anne, one so powerful that it has changed him from a person who believes in the afterlife to one who knows that it’s real.

Then he interviews Lisa Smartt who has written the definitive book about the significance of what people say when they are at the threshold of death. She also founded the Final Words Project and works extensively with Dr. Raymond Moody, author of Life after Life.

I’m Unknowncountry’s Out There editor and I also often write these show descriptions, and I’ve just listened to one of the most incredible Dreamlands that I’ve heard in my 10 years of doing this. As Whitley puts it in the second half of the show, “I think this might beread more