Yes, I was climbing a mountain in Lake Tahoe and I fell and slid down almost fell off the edge where it was really cold deep deep water and sharp rocks but I hanged on and my sister slid carefully down to pull me back up. and another time I was walking and saw a car coming to me and I was little so I got scared and just ducked down in a ball and it broke split in front of me because there was a big thick pole in front of me and it hit it and didn't manage to get me and another time I was in a car and it crashed but I was safe cause I was balled up at the very back of the car which happened to be the only part that didn't get smashed to pieces
Yes on a canoe trip. Canoe tipped over sending me over, and despite the fact I had a life jacket on, the fallen tree and the current of the water kept me trapped underneath and I was swallowing a lot of water, I guess a few other canoes tipped over as well at the same spot making my rescue take a little longer than I liked. I thought I was going to drown. Interestingly I think I took the thought of death pretty calmly for a kid my age. Of course that could have been shock as well. Not an experience I would like a repeat of. Also a light aircraft flight from Topeka, KS to Manhattan, KS experienced some "turmoil" that I wouldn't a repeat of either. Didn't seem to bother the pilot, either that, or he was putting on one hell of a brave and professional public front over the planes intercom.
I have not : but i've read a lot of stories about it. The book thats popular right now is "is Heaven Real" A child that nearly died & came back. I choose books about children... Because kids don't just make this stuff up.
I actually 'coded' in an ambulance. Lights out.. fade to black... I woke up as they were rushing me to the ICU and remember the ceiling lights in the hallway reminded me of the opening scene from an old TV show, Ben Casey. lol