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How would you like to wake up one day and find yourself trapped in a dark confinement, only to realize later by the dirt falling on you from above that you've been buried? Well, while it would certainly be extremely terrifying, it would also make one of the most strange and intriguing stories of all time. And we've brought to you absolutely the same! And do mind, these are true stories!
Happy Nightmares everyone!
In 1983, a woman who went by the name of Mrs. Boger died tragically owing to an unknown disease. She was then buried, as was to be done to dead people. But then, a friend of Mrs. Boger's told her husband, Charles, that his wife had suffered from hysteria before he had met her, and it was possible that she hadn't actually been dead. So Mr. Boger dug up his wife and found Mrs. Boger's body turned over. It was already too late, and she had really died this time.
In 2005, Jessica Lunsford was abducted and taken to an empty trailer where she was raped by a convicted sex offender, after which she was buried alive. Her body had undergone "moderate" to "severe" decomposition and, according to the publicly released autopsy reports, was skeletonized on two fingers that Lunsford had poked through the bags before suffocating to death.
When a woman visiting a family tomb saw a man crawling out of his own grave, she could not believe her eyes. But as they say, trust what you see, and she did. It took a lot of effort to convince the local authorities to believe her words, who finally came to take a look, and ended up rescuing the man who had probably been buried by goons.
London socialite and daughter of conservative MP Leonard Plugge, Gale Benson had gotten mixed up with Racial Adjustment Action Society and its leader, Michael X. On the morning of January 2, 1972, Michael took Benson out for a stroll, when he pushed her into a hole and attacked her. Autopsy found dirt in her lungs that suggested she had been buried alive.
In 1991, Shakereh Khaleeli, the wealthy daughter of one of India's most preeminent families, went missing. Investigations were launched, but it was not until 1994 that her body was found in a coffin-like box, sandwiched between two mattresses. The crime had been committed by her second husband, who had drugged her to bring his plan to life. Shakereh had died while unconscious.
In 1915, a 30-year-old South Carolinian named Essie Dunbar suffered a fatal attack of epilepsy - or so everyone thought. After declaring her dead, doctors placed Dunbar's body in a coffin and scheduled her funeral for the next day so that her sister, who lived out of town, would still be able to pay her respects. But Dunbar's sister didn't travel fast enough; she arrived only to see the last clods of dirt thrown atop the grave. This didn't sit well with Dunbar's sister, who wanted to see Essie one last time. She ordered that the body be removed. When the coffin lid was opened, Essie sat up and smiled at all around her. She lived for another 47 years. No one gave Essie's sister guff about running late ever again.
During the late 1800's, the city of Pikeville, KY was under the attack of a terrible, unknown disease. And of all the cases, Octavia's seems most tragic. After her infant son had passed away in January 1891, Octavia had spiraled into a bedridden depression, and ultimately dead. She was buried, and all ceremonies were performed. But then, after the rest of ten townsfolk tarted to fall into comas and WAKE UP, Ocatavia's hubby freaked out and dug her up only to discover that he was too late. Octavia was reburied and her husband erected a lifelike monument over her grave site. The monument still stands today.
In 2010, owing to some stupid internet craze, a man buried himself for 24 hours, thinking it would bring him good luck. With some help from a friend, he dug a grave outside the city of Blagoveshchensk, inserted a makeshift coffin complete with air piping, a single bottle of water, and a cell phone. Once the man got inside the casket, his friend covered him with nearly a foot of dirt and left. The man called his friend just once to say he was fine, but when the friend returned to relieve him in the morning, he was dead. It seems that an overnight rain might have blocked the air pipes and left the man to suffocate in his own casket.
This case of 1987 was a case of kidnapping gone wrong. Stephen Small was the heir of an Illinois publishing and media. He was kidnapped by a 30-year-old man named Danny Edwards and his 26-year-old girlfriend, Nancy Rish, whose plan was to abduct him and keep him immobile underground while asking for a $1 million ransom from his surviving family members. His kidnappers were able to provide the 39-year-old Mr. Small with minimal air, water, and light inside his homemade coffin via tubes, but he was left buried three feet under a sandy area and he suffocated after his breathing tube failed.
Mina was a 25-year old French woman who had traveled to Fez, Morocco for a first date and she collapsed onto the floor mid-date. Her high-IQ date could not figure out what he was supposed to do, and ultimately came up with the most brilliant of ideas! He buried her in his backyard! A few days passed before Mina's family filed a missing persons report and flew to Morocco to try and find her. The Moroccan police were finally able to track down her murderer and raided his home, finding a shovel and muddy clothes.