Tear Jerker….

There are strong emotions about this ranging from disgust that the mother was put through this to happiness that the mother could see her lost daughter one more time…

You decide…

Virtual reality reunites mother with dead daughter, bringing tears but also helping her let go of child she has missed so dearly

Finally, would like to experience this Virtual Reality with someone you lost?

( Yes it did bring tears to my eyes. No I would not like to experience something similar, too draining. )

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Author: G.D.

I'm from Pensyltucky. Can trace my ancestry directly to whom the present day national anthem of Poland is written about.

5 thoughts on “Tear Jerker….”

  1. G.D.:
    Finally, would like to experience this Virtual Reality with someone you lost?

    Jackson Coppley wrote a science fiction novel, Leaving Lisa, about a person using an artificial intelligence “lifebox” to take leave of a loved one.  As I wrote in my review, “The last few pages will leave you moist eyed.”  The Kindle edition is free for Kindle Unlimited subscribers.

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  2. It’s not clear if this is good or bad for the mom. It was sad. I couldn’t finish watching it. It felt like I was invading a moment meant to be private.

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  3. This reminds me of a high tech seance. I didn’t watch because I don’t want eavesdrop on someone’s private time. I think the mother needs a living person to get pass the death. The VR is not real. This could be used to manipulate people. People will spend money to “communicate” with the dead.

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  4. 10 Cents:
    This reminds me of a high tech seance. I didn’t watch because I don’t want eavesdrop on someone’s private time. I think the mother needs a living person to get pass the death. The VR is not real. This could be used to manipulate people. People will spend money to “communicate” with the dead.

    I dunno 10 Cents, she had three other children, to possibly get past the death, but that didn’t help. Some say this will be more like a closure, the daughter going to sleep and all.

    It could be used, like you said, to manipulate people. But I wonder about that as the VR, or the parts I saw, were not real enough, or not HD if you can grasp my meaning. Still, uninformed people or people not wise in what is available through electronics or computers, the elderly, might just be fooled like you said.

    https://www.facebook.com/events/3511-vine-st-south-bend-in-46615-2034-united-states/electronic-seance/351029209146436/

    or for background sounds for your next electronic seance

    I like “aplysia 1” it has some unique buzzing that sounds like arcing.

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  5. Oh,I’m so sorry but I couldn’t even bear to start  watching it!  I can’t imagine—and I don’t WANT to— the awful pain.  When my daughter was young, a toddler, in kindergarten, I thought constantly about how awful it would be not to know where she was, what she might be undergoing, at whose hands.  Too horrible, this recent case with the little girl Faye has brought it all back!

    Both Anne Rice  and A.S.Byatt have written  about the pain of losing a child, in fact they both kind of ambush the reader into the same kind of horror.  Let everyone who has been spared that, whatever else they may have been subjected to, GIVE THANKS!

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