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Ghosts: Their Appearance During Bereavement

By Janice Smith and Earl V. Dunn

Abstract

Newly bereaved patients often experience hallucinations - auditory, visual, olfactory - about the deceased person. These experiences can be frightening to the patient, who will usually not mention them to anyone. However, the hallucinations can be used as a positive part of helping the bereaved adjust to their new life

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