To Heaven and Back: A Doctor's Extraordinary Account of Her Death, Heaven, Angels, and Life Again: A True Story - Chapters 13 through 15 Summary & Analysis

Mary C. Neal M.D.
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Chapters 13 through 15 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 13: Angels by the River

Mary was hoisted onto one of the kayaks and carried through the forest that hugged the river. Some native men appeared out of no where to help carry her. But they couldn't be located later. Were they angels? As she was being toted away, Mary was going in and out of consciousness. She couldn't move her legs and suspected her back was broken. She mumbled about needing steroids which would lessen the possibility of paralysis. As the group emerged from the forest, an ambulance was sitting on the side of the road almost as if it was waiting for them. Bill had been alerted by one of the women and he arrived just as they were putting Mary in the ambulance. Chad was unable to get the boats out of the water. The stone...

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