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Published:December 9th, 2014 14:17 EST
Judyth Piazza Interviews Brian McLaughlin, Author of 'A Flight Without Wings'

Judyth Piazza Interviews Brian McLaughlin, Author of 'A Flight Without Wings'

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

Brian is a native of Long Island, NY where he has spent most of his life taking advantage of its proximity to the ocean. He completed 10 years of private school before finishing his last two years and graduating from Bay Shore High School in 1971.  He and his wife Lin met there, in high school, and married in 1984 and have travelled extensively throughout the world since. He has been in Mexico for a total of years where they learned Spanish and started learning Mayan.

Brain was seriously injured there in 1993 and died in a hospital in Cancun, at which time he experienced what is called a near death " event.  After almost 20 years of denial he came to grips with the reality of it, and has now decided that sharing his experience might help those who thirst for the truth about what happens when you die.   

Brian has lead an interesting, varied life through some college, many different career choices, much travelling, and a better than most marriage. He considers himself happy, and even with the limitations that severe head trauma placed on him, he remains surprisingly approachable and engaging. He has embraced the peace and clarity gifted to him through his experience.

You may contact Brian about his book, A Flight Without Wings through Facebook at

 https://www.facebook.com/brian.mclaughlin.73594?fref=ts