Ride shotgun with author and award-winning copywriter Josh Langley as he battles his inner-cynic and subjects himself to a barrage of strange and creepy adventures as a result of his lifelong obsession with the afterlife.
Determined to find out what happens when we die but realising it's unlikely that an obliging ghost is going to jump out in front of him with the verdict, Josh designs his own unique "afterlife investigation plan'' and sets off on an extraordinary journey in aquest for answers to the question we all secretly want to know.
Things get a little weird and spooky as he visits crematoriums, experiments with out-of-body experiences, attempts past-liferegressions, conjures up dead people, converses with his long dead grandmother and is scared witless on a terrifying ghosthunt, to name a few.
Explore the paranormal from the safety of your armchair with Dying to Know a humorous and moving travelogue like nothing else before it. Join Josh as he searches for answers to the question that has plagued him for years, and reaches his final, and somewhat surprising, thought-provoking conclusion.
His experience with Tibetan Buddhism lead to deeper searching about the nature of reality and consciousness Josh found himself immersed in the search for the afterlife, devouring every book he could find on the topic. So while writing commercials by day, by night he was researching the big questions about life and death for a book he wanted to write which took him on a wonderful and bizarre journey that lead to some profound insights. While he still has a keen interest in investigating the otherside, it was the Past Life regression he understood as part of the search that turned things on their head. He wasn't an American Indian or some great prince, but rather lived more mundane existences. However a month or two afterwards, he started to draw cute little inspiring cartoons with deep spiritual messages. A little bewildered by the ease and format in which they developed as Josh hadn t anticipated in becoming a cartoonist, he just went with it and wondered where it would all end up. "I just started drawing stick figure cartoons with these pearls of wisdom and it really came out of what seemed nowhere and but looking back it all makes sense." It was the perfect counter balance to his day job of writing radio commercials. Josh also writes articles about happiness and being happily human for many Inspirational, Mind / Body / Spirit magazines and websites. He lives in the South West of Western Australian, on 7 Acres, with his partner along with a few chooks, veggie garden, a myriad of native birds and a snake called Bernard.