In after-death communication (ADC), a living person perceives the presence of a physically deceased person or animal. In this presentation, Jan and Noelle will summarise a systematic review of published research on ADC from the earliest study in 1894 through the most recent in 2010 involving a total of over 50,000 people from over 20 countries. Findings from this review reveal many facts about the ADC, including their prevalence, incidence, forms, effects, and relationship to mental health. Jan will present an example of veridical ADC, in which the experiencer received specific information during the ADC that was otherwise unknown to any living person and that was subsequently verified as accurate. Following this summary, Jan and Noelle will share some of their ADCs, and audience members who have experienced ADC will have an opportunity to share their experiences. The speakers will invite discussion, including implications of ADC for an understanding of the consciousness beyond the brain.