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‘I Did Not Die. I Did Not Go to Heaven’: Author Retracts Premise for Book That Sold 1 Million Copies

‘I Did Not Die. I Did Not Go to Heaven’: Author Retracts Premise for Book That Sold 1 Million Copies

(FaithWire) – In 2010, Alex Malarkey co-wrote ‘The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven,’ with his father about a trip he took to Heaven after a car accident placed him in a coma when he was just six years old. Malarkey’s memoir detailed the visions of Heaven he experienced when he was in his coma, one even including meeting God. The book went on to sell over a million copies and kicked off a series of books in which authors claimed that they had visited Heaven during a near-death experience.


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