I'm betting that he just stopped consciousness and is nothing but a limp body. Especially since neither place exists.
Sorta like what happens to RAM in a computer when you turn the power off, eh?
Sorry, Osama, no battery backup!
If any kind of conciousness somehow transcends the death of the brain that generates it, it would find itself alone with no input - total sensory deprivation. It would create a virtual environment for itself out of its imagination and memories and hallucinations - so someone who believes himself to be a good guy would create a paradise for himself, someone who believes he made mistakes wold create a purgatory or a hell. Thus making the only remotely conceivable afterlife a place of reward for self-absorbed evil and punishment for minor regrets of those with morals.
Actually, I find the idea that there is nothing after death rather comforting by comparison.
I have asked many times: by what mechanism does consciousness survive the death of the nervous system which, up to the point of death, supported IT?!? And IF by some means it does survive, what is its mechanism of perception of the world around it?
Of course, FIRST someone would have do demonstrate consciousness as an independent entity, which is pretty bloody unlikely!
There'll be nohing to enjoy after all the sweaty efforts and bruises.
No thanks, spare me all the pains.