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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old May 1st, 2005, 02:02 AM Thread Starter
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Okay- my teacher got an e-mail about this family.

Anyways, this family lost their son and they buried him with a gold bracelet to remember them by. So, you know how most people are buried on their backs- if not all...Well, Weeks after their sons death, they wanted to get the bracelet out and keep it. When they dug the son's body out, they opened the casket and the son was turned on his stomach and there were scratches on the top of the inside of the casket.

They said that they buried him when he wasn't fully dead. And he woke up in a casket and tried to scratch his way out, but couldn't.

Isn't that the freakiest thing you ever heard?

I mean, if I was that person- OMG- I would freak out. That's why I would never want to be cremated. Could you imagine if you woke up right before they were about their burn you?

Let them eat cake.
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yeah i've heard of this deasease pretty brutal but yeah it has happened

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well taht would never happen in modern society so what time period did it occur?




















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That sux.

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Um that could never happen, as they embalm a person when they die. They suck out all the blood and replace it with embalming fluid, so if he wasn't dead when he went to the mortician, he would have died for sure when they sucked his blood out and put the poisionis embalming fluid in him. Assuming this took place some time recently.
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That's only possible if:

A) He died at home and they buried him without every taking him to a mortuary/funeral home whatever the fuck you call it

B) It happened a LONG time ago.


And why the fuck would they dig up his body again to take out the gold bracelet?? That's sicko.


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scary!!
and why would u EVER dig up a buried body?
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post #10 of 12 (permalink) Old May 1st, 2005, 12:59 PM Thread Starter
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Guys, I didn't think it was real!! I posted it just to think of how scary it would be to wake up after they bury you, in a casket...

Let them eat cake.
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Things like that did happen though in the 1800s--Edgar Allen Poe has a good story or two related to the theme. People were so afraid of being buried alive that in a few graveyards they inststalled bells you could ring from the inside-just in case!

http://urbanlegends.about.com/library/blburial.htm

http://urbanlegends.about.com/gi/dyn...ome/buried.htm

LOL@ the story of Majorie Elphinstone reviving! It also has a picture of a signaling device.
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Things like that did happen though in the 1800s--Edgar Allen Poe has a good story or two related to the theme. People were so afraid of being buried alive that in a few graveyards they inststalled bells you could ring from the inside-just in case!

http://urbanlegends.about.com/library/blburial.htm

http://urbanlegends.about.com/gi/dyn...ome/buried.htm

LOL@ the story of Majorie Elphinstone reviving! It also has a picture of a signaling device.
I know, I saw that at Niagara's Ripleys believe it or not Museum


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