I'll be betting on the skeptical side.
Bcos I've tried similar experiments on myself. I get sleep
paralysis/hypaogogic/hypnopompic hallucinations once in a while.
And I try to recall the details seen.
Say if I hallucinated a figure standing some place in my room, I try to
remember exactly what else I saw or didn't see, and often I can remember
not-seeing something that I should have saw. Say, a clock. This tells me
that when I "saw" the figure, the rest of the "background" was also
generated by my mind, and not actually the outside world seen through my
"John H." <John at faraway.com.au> wrote in message
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> A neuro psychiatrist in Britain has come up with a clever idea. He wants
> place certain unique objects in emergency rooms that can only be seen from
> the ceiling or thereabouts. So if people report 'seeing their body' they
> will be quizzed as to whether or not they saw these certain objects. Stay
> tuned, don't be too cynical, but don't hold your breath either, unless you
> want to end up in an emergency room .... .
>>>> John H