This chapter highlights the way that grief may encompass not only the experience of loss and absence but also the regaining of presence. It illustrates how the bereaved people I interviewed experienced and treated deceased loved ones as remaining part of their ongoing lives. It focuses on their narratives of rediscovery and how these provide further insight into the nature and meaning of the continuing relationships between the living and the dead. I have described how, during our interview conversations, the interview space became imbued with the deceased person’s presence. Thus it was not only the details of people’s narratives, but the interview process itself that demonstrated how someone may die in a medical and biological sense yet remain alive in a social sense.