A murdered man employs a "fake" medium to protect
his wife from his killer. A really great movie and a fairly
accurate portrayal of souls who have not yet crossed over.
Starring Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, and Whoopi Goldberg.
A good ghost story doesn't have to be scary, or even serious;
this one is absolutely hilarious. Ricky Gervais stars
as a misanthrope dentist whose near-death experience results
in his ability to see ghosts, or at least those having
unfinished business in Manhattan. 
A Wonderful Life
These days it's easy to smile at the opening sequence's
special effects that show God as a sort of flickering
nebula, but that's probably closer to reality than most
modern portrayals. As for the angel, Clarence, and the
exploration of an alternate reality, well, this 1947 movie
was way ahead of its time. Stars Jimmy Stewart and Donna
Reed. Not just the best Christmas movie ever, a genuine
contender for best movie ever made. 
Endorsed as fairly realistic by several psychics who,
as children, could also "see dead people." Bruce
Willis stars as the psychologist and Haley Joel Osment
as the perceptive child in the movie with the most suprising
ending. Brilliantly directed by M. Night Shyamalan. 
||Topper - the TV series
For many of today's seniors, this television show was
their first introduction to the idea of friendly ghosts
at least the non-animated kind. Topper is
a situation comedy centered around a stuffy banker who
moves into a house previously owned by a couple who were
killed in a skiing accident. Trouble is, the couple, and
their St, Bernard, refuse to move out.
Dreams May Come
A man attempts to rescue his wife from her self-imposed
hell. A very entertaining film with stunning visuals.
Probably the most accurate representation of the astral
filmed. Starring Robin Williams, Cuba Gooding Jr., Annabella
Sciorra, and Max von Sydow. 
Education in the Proper Use of Magical Powers
If you didn't read this as a child, you should make up
for that deficiency as quickly as possible. Readers of
all ages will be captivated as the young prince Emir learns
the wonders of his new world and the necessity of death.
Five People You Meet In Heaven
An elderly mechanic crosses over and learns important
lessons from a few of those whose lives he touched. Think
It's A Wonderful Life combined with What Dreams
May Come. A small book that manages to avoid being
saccharine most of the tiime. 
Never has the spooky been so educational. A group of boys
are taken by the mysterious Moundshroud on a world-wide
tour of Halloween past and present. By Ray Bradbury, sci-fi
master and author of Something Wicked This Way Comes.
Oversoul Seven Trilogy
Before she died, Jane Roberts channeled 13 "Seth"
books and wrote, while not entranced, 10 others based
on the Seth material . (New books are still being created
from the extensive notes that she and her husband made
of the Seth sessions.) Four of the ten are fiction, three
of these concern the adventures of "Oversoul Seven."
Now these metaphysical adventures are all within the covers
of a single volume. The first book is the best, but all
are both entertaining and eye-opening. [1973, 1979, 1984]
Based on the real-life saga of Ed Morrell, this Jack London
novel tells how a falsely imprisoned man overcomes terrible
tortures and ultimately triumphs via out-of-body experiences
and the re-living of past lives. Absolutely fascinating.
The story of a gifted but self-absorbed professor
whose life in a marriage of convenience comes to an abrupt end when he dies in a plane crash.
To his amazement he finds he's still alive — more alive than ever. Under the guidance of his grandparents, he gradually gets used to his ethereal body and the strange laws, landscapes, cities, and fellow inhabitants of
his spirit world. Then he is assigned the task of rescuing a former girlfriend who had committed suicide when he rejected her.
||Under the Inquisition: An Experience Revealed
In the mid-1970s, regression therapist Linda Tarazi was introduced to L.D., who gave a detailed description of her life in Spain during the Inquisition. Casting the account in narrative form, replete with 130 footnotes, Tarazi describes L.D.'s life during that time and captures the woman's emotional state in a story that reads like a steamy romance novel. 
This is a racy story about James and Marnie winning millions on the Big Lottery. It's about what they do with their winnings, and what it does to them. It's about romance,
seduction, greed and treachery. Also featured is a psychic detective helping to trace a crook, and the quest of James to discover whether this man can provide empirical
proof of the Afterlife.
It is about the nature of reality, finding fulfilment, and why we are here.