- You're more likely than not, to see dead family members again
A study finds that up to 60% of grieving people 'see or hear dead loved ones'. Researchers say the hallucinations are strikingly common. Among widowed people, a majority have experienced things like seeing their dead spouse sitting in a chair or hearing them call out their name. The University of Milan researchers said there is a “very high prevalence” of these “post-bereavement hallucinatory experiences” (PBHEs) in people with absolutely no history of mental disorders.