I feel sorry for any child that was forced to listen to this eerie audiobook about what happens when people die. I also wonder if the narrator was high on drugs. As gospel music plays in the background, he compares watching someone die to watching a ship slowly disappear into the distance as it fades away into a speck, and then to heaven's shore. This bizarre recording would likely leave any child confused and with more questions than answers.
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