“Dead” woman found alive in South African morgue
In the Victorian era, some people were terrified of being buried alive. It was so bad that some designed graves had bells planted near the headstones and wires that ran into the coffin. If someone were to wake up buried in their coffin, they could pull the bell and get help. The fear of being buried alive has long since died out, but maybe we shouldn’t get too comfortable. In South Africa, a woman was delivered to a hospital in an ambulance, and the she allegedly had no signs of life. She was put in the morgue, but she was later found alive by a morgue worker.
Full story at BBC.
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