Susy Smith who emanates a little less often than Hans Holzer or Sybil Leek has assembled all kinds of stories establishing our survival after death -- whether via visions, guardian angels, ""Peak in Darien"" moments, possession, mediums through the courtesy of a busy pair of scissors and books or periodicals such as Fate, Tomorrow, etc. For tone, there's F. W. H. Myers, Sir William Barrett and Aldous Huxley; not for tone there's Albert Payson Terhune's widow or Doris Day;and for familiarity, Arthur Ford and Dr. Prince and Rosemary Brown and. . . . Out of body/out of mind stuff but the market is as evidential as you know it to be.