Am I allowed to collect stories

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    I found this site after loosing my dad last year. Some awesome, unexplainable events took place around our loss. I found a lot of solace on this site and actually became a bit addicted to finding other unusual stories.

    I'm interesting in compiling comforting supernatural-type stories (big and small miracles, unusual events, surprising results, stories of comfort, etc.). Identity is not important, only accuracy. I have no idea if I'd be able to publish such a collection, or if I'm legally able to make this request.

    Before anyone gets upset with this request, can someone provide insight into whether or not this is a viable plan? Can nurses provide such information and would they even want to?

    I've thought about this for a long time and finally determined there's only one way to find out.
    Last edit by missingmydad on Nov 16, '12 : Reason: mistake

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    I don't see why it would be illegal. Always change the names of those involved for HIPAA reasons.

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