Not much has changed in America since the Victorians' maudlin fascination with the afterlife and spiritualism in the early 20th century. With a weeping Gretchen Carlson asking the tough questions, neurosurgeon and author Eben Alexander (who we covered earlier this year in October) confidently assured her that the children who died at Sandy Hook would remember the massacre, and not only that, but the shooter himself is under an extensive life review in heaven reliving everything he did to them. He assured Carlson and her sidekick Brian Kilmeade that the children
“will not feel the pain. They will feel the love and cherishing of being back there. And they will know that they changed this world, because it is about changing down here, changing this world that we live in by growing our spiritual faith, by knowing that love, knowing the eternity of our souls, and knowing that this is all about compassion and forgiveness without any boundaries. And that’s what they know.”
“Where is the shooter?” co-host Brian Kilmeade asked.
Alexander confidently replied that the shooter is undergoing a life review–in heaven.
“It’s what’s called a life review,” he said. “It’s a very real phenomenon of reliving all the events of one’s life and reliving the pain and suffering that we’ve handed out to others, but from their point of view.”