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The outliers

The outliers
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Besides the four common phenomena, there were a handful of other events the participants reported, such as coming to a border or point of no return (40 percent), a feeling of harmony (14 percent), visions of the future (4 percent), and—yes—seeing their life pass before their eyes (16 percent).

Who knows what thetruth is? You’ve probably heard that all legends have a basis in fact. That may not be true.  These bizarre urban legends are (or were at least inspired by truth).

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The outliers

The outliers
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Besides the four common phenomena, there were a handful of other events the participants reported, such as coming to a border or point of no return (40 percent), a feeling of harmony (14 percent), visions of the future (4 percent), and—yes—seeing their life pass before their eyes (16 percent).

Who knows what thetruth is? You’ve probably heard that all legends have a basis in fact. That may not be true.  These bizarre urban legends are (or were at least inspired by truth).

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Source: RD.com

The outliers

The outliers
Getty Images

Besides the four common phenomena, there were a handful of other events the participants reported, such as coming to a border or point of no return (40 percent), a feeling of harmony (14 percent), visions of the future (4 percent), and—yes—seeing their life pass before their eyes (16 percent).

Who knows what thetruth is? You’ve probably heard that all legends have a basis in fact. That may not be true.  These bizarre urban legends are (or were at least inspired by truth).

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Source: RD.com

The outliers

The outliers
Getty Images

Besides the four common phenomena, there were a handful of other events the participants reported, such as coming to a border or point of no return (40 percent), a feeling of harmony (14 percent), visions of the future (4 percent), and—yes—seeing their life pass before their eyes (16 percent).

Who knows what thetruth is? You’ve probably heard that all legends have a basis in fact. That may not be true.  These bizarre urban legends are (or were at least inspired by truth).

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Source: RD.com

The outliers

The outliers
Getty Images

Besides the four common phenomena, there were a handful of other events the participants reported, such as coming to a border or point of no return (40 percent), a feeling of harmony (14 percent), visions of the future (4 percent), and—yes—seeing their life pass before their eyes (16 percent).

Who knows what thetruth is? You’ve probably heard that all legends have a basis in fact. That may not be true.  These bizarre urban legends are (or were at least inspired by truth).

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Source: RD.com

The outliers

The outliers
Getty Images

Besides the four common phenomena, there were a handful of other events the participants reported, such as coming to a border or point of no return (40 percent), a feeling of harmony (14 percent), visions of the future (4 percent), and—yes—seeing their life pass before their eyes (16 percent).

Who knows what thetruth is? You’ve probably heard that all legends have a basis in fact. That may not be true.  These bizarre urban legends are (or were at least inspired by truth).

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Source: RD.com

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The outliers

The outliers
Getty Images

Besides the four common phenomena, there were a handful of other events the participants reported, such as coming to a border or point of no return (40 percent), a feeling of harmony (14 percent), visions of the future (4 percent), and—yes—seeing their life pass before their eyes (16 percent).

Who knows what thetruth is? You’ve probably heard that all legends have a basis in fact. That may not be true.  These bizarre urban legends are (or were at least inspired by truth).

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Source: RD.com

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