Bill Guggenheim is a pioneer in the field of After-Death Communication (ADC) experiences. He is considered to be the "father of ADC research" and has written and spoken on this subject for more than 25 years.
Bill and his former wife, Judy Guggenheim, founded, defined, researched, and named an entire new field of human experience that may be as old as mankind. They called it "After-Death Communication" and published their findings in their bestselling book, "Hello From Heaven!" From 1988-1995, they interviewed 2,000 people and collected more than 3,300 firsthand accounts of people who had been contacted by a family member or friend who had died. Bill and Judy conservatively estimate that at least 60 million Americans, or 1 out of 5 people, have had an ADC - though the actual numbers may be closer to double these figures.
Bill is a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC). He presents workshops at conferences and local chapters of bereavement support groups, hospices, churches, colleges, bookstores, and many other types of institutions. His ADC research and "Hello From Heaven!" have been featured on television (including "20/20" on ABC) and radio (including "Coast To Coast AM with George Noory" twice), and in numerous newspapers and magazines throughout the United States and Canada. "Hello From Heaven!" has been published in 20 foreign editions and continues to attract readers around the world.