Patient Deathbed Visions Hospice Nurses Describe
Family members or hospital personnel commonly report that a dying person stares at a corner of the room and points or calls the name of a deceased loved one. It often happens when the person was previously weak or even comatose. Dying people have described seeing or hearing other persons not physically present, usually already transitioned, or other beings, at their bedside. The visions are real enough that the person becomes calm and even delighted. The visions result in a change of attitude.
Videos of nurses describing what they witnessed with dying patients follow.