One of the greatest, if not the greatest piece of evidence that the mind can and does survive bodily death is veridical perception in near death experiences.
Veridical perception in near death experiences is when a person acquires verifiable information which they could not have obtained by any natural means.
Here is an example of one documented by Dr. Raymond Moody:
"An elderly woman had been blind since childhood. But, during her NDE, the woman had regained her sight and she was able to accurately describe the instruments and techniques used during the resuscitation of her body. After the woman was revived, she reported the details to her doctor. She was able to tell her doctor who came in and out, what they said, what they wore, what they did, all of which was true."
And here is another one:
"In another instance a woman with a heart condition was dying at the same time that her sister was in a diabetic coma in another part of the same hospital. The subject reported having a conversation with her sister as both of them hovered near the ceiling watching the medical team work on her body below. When the woman awoke, she told the doctor that her sister had died while her own resuscitation was taking place. The doctor denied it, but when she insisted, he had a nurse check on it. The sister had, in fact, died during the time in question."
To my knowledge, there is no natural way to explain this phenomenon. And if it's true, it means the mind can and does survive bodily death, which then means there is an afterlife, which thus proves the supernatural/spiritual is true.
Is there a philosophical, or better yet, scientific explanation, for veridical perception in Near death experiences, or does this convince you that we have a soul and that the supernatural is true?