Had a near death experience after being struck by lightning.
In September 1988, Elizabeth Krohn was struck by lightning while attending a synagogue in Houston, Texas. The event led to a near-death experience (NDE) during which she reported visiting a peaceful, otherworldly realm and encountering deceased loved ones.
After the incident, Krohn's life changed dramatically. She claimed she discovered newfound psychic abilities, including precognition and an extraordinary sensitivity to the emotions and energy of others. Her story was featured in various media outlets, and she co-authored the book "Changed in a Flash: One Woman's Near-Death Experience and Why a Scholar Thinks It Empowers Us All" with Dr. Jeffrey J. Kripal, a professor of religious studies.
Krohn's experiences have contributed to the growing body of research on NDEs, offering insights into the nature of consciousness and the possibility of life after death. Her story serves as a reminder of the potential for personal growth and transformation following such extraordinary events.