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Bill Guggenheim and Judy Guggenheim created The ADC Project in May, 1988 to conduct the first in-depth research of After-Death Communications. In their initial research, they interviewed 2,000 people and collected more than 3,300 firsthand accounts from people who believe they have been contacted by a loved one who had died. Their first book, Hello From Heaven! was published in hardcover by Bantam Books in April, 1996.

Bill Guggenheim
Bill Guggenheim
Judy Guggenheim
Judy Guggenheim

Bill Guggenheim serves on the Board of Advisors of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS). He is a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC) and several other organizations that minister to the needs of the terminally ill and the bereaved.

Judy Guggenheim is also a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling. She and/or Bill have facilitated workshops, lectures, and sharing sessions at national and/or international conferences of The Compassionate Friends, Bereaved Parents of the USA, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Parents of Murdered Children, In Loving Memory, Tragedy Assistance Programs for Survivors, the Association for Death Education and Counseling, the International Association for Near-Death Studies, Network for Attitudinal Healing International, Society for Scientific Exploration, Project Awareness, The Findhorn Community, and many similar support groups, associations, and programs.

Judy and Bill and their ADC research have been featured on television, radio programs, and in numerous newspaper and magazine articles throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.

Bill and Judy have three sons and were married for seventeen years before being divorced in 1984. They live separate personal lives in central Florida and have been working together on The ADC Project since 1988.

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