This does appear to happen if the reports are to be trusted. I've bookmarked a couple of reports which I've come across, probably due to folks posting them in this forum:
"If these experiences are allowed/made to happen so that more and more people (like David) believe that "it's all good even if we don't get it", why don't we receive the same type of message via other less "controversial channels"? For instance, a number of people could be made to "rise from the dead" after having been officially declared dead in hospitals - say, a few days later, which would eliminate all sorts of doubts on the part of "mainstream scientists".
The articles you linked to do not refer to people coming back from the dead (having been officially declared dead, and preferably after the first signs of decomposition have appeared) AND also reporting NDEs.
One of these two people moreover suffered from dementia, so whatever she might have said could not really have been taken at face value anyway - hardly a good choice for what lies beyond the veil to convey un uncontroversial message to mankind.....
Btw only the first article mentions time (she woke up 11 hours after being declared dead, so definitely not days, as I had asked), and the second article is about a prisoner so one may surmise that his apparent death was dealt with "unprofessionally" so as to get him out of the prison system rapidly - anyway this second report is not sufficiently reliable: it seems to be based on what "his family" said, and it is likely that they were not objective about what happened to him. The article clearly says that what might have happened " is not confirmed".
It is therefore probable that neither of these two examples (certainly not the first one) would qualify as rising from the dead a few days later, as I had asked.
And, even more importantly, neither of these two articles mentions these two people reporting NDEs about what they encountered after dying (I guess in such cases one should say ADEs...After-Death-Experiences )