- GHOSTBUSTERS on the big screen. Trailer and Home Page.
- Motorist snaps eerie pic at the scene of an accident. Discovers later that the accident involved a fatality. Image. HuffPost
- ISS Controversy (again) on whether NASA cut the live feed when a UFO appeared. Image. USAToday
- Cheetos contest. FYI and enter: Cheetos Museum.
An Atheist in Heaven is a fabulous compilation of personal experiences and related scientifically corroborated encounters that continue to validate author Paul Davids' account of being in direct contact with the deceased Forrest J. Ackerman as related in the film The Life After Death Project (2013).
Davids' other films include Marilyn Monroe Declassified (2016), Jesus in India (2007), The Sci-Fi Boys (2006), and Roswell (1994).
Adding a scientific perspective to this project is Co-Author, Dr. Gary Schwartz, PhD from Harvard, tenured Professor at Yale and Professor of Psychology, Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry and Surgery at the University of Arizona.
As for the extensive background on Forrest J. Ackerman: Magazine editor, science fiction writer, literary agent, actor, check the Wiki bio: Read
To set the tone and see Forry in action, tag along on a tour of the Ackermansion: Here
In providing additional documentation and supplemental content to the earlier film, Davids delivers an extensive and detailed list of ongoing encounters and phenomena to demonstrate just how active his connection remains with a man who really didn't buy into the afterlife thing.
However, it should be noted that Forrest Ackerman did say if he found evidence to counter his disbelief in the existence of an afterlife he would be sure to drop someone a line. With the evidence continuing to build, he has clearly hit his stride in keeping the lines flowing.
Wendy's Coffeehouse Interview/Podcast with Paul Davids: Link. As Paul works to try and corroborate the evidence and connect the dots, you'll discover Forry is a wonderfully colorful afterlife messenger.
Paul also mentions another interview we did when a cameo of sorts happened during a break at the half hour. The exact words: "Come to the Forest/Forrest..." Listen to the show.
The un-dead Forry is definitely entertaining. He keeps you wanting more. (Smile.)