"This happened in 1984 in Medani, Sudan," reports Isameldin. "We were surprised when my dying aunt asked to see her paternal uncle, whom we knew she hated. He was the father of her husband, whom she hated the most! Her daughters and her only one son, whom she adored, were all around, yet she did not ask them in.
"Once she saw the uncle, she smiled sweetly, directing her looks once to the corner of the room and again to her uncle, always smiling. What came to my thinking was that the apparitions of her father and his brothers, who passed away along time ago, asked to see their brother."
Thanks for the great report, Isameldin, which shows that deathbed visions happen around the world and in all cultures. Author and researcher Carla Wills-Brandon has written extensively on this phenomenon, and many of our readers have shared their stories, including these:
- Visions at the Hour of Death
- Shrouded Deathbed Vision
- Granny's Deathbed Visions
- Experiences with Deathbed Visions
- Deathbed Angels
... and more.