Lyudmila Stebitskaya’s daughter, Natsya, went to visit her mother in the hospital and was told that she had died earlier that day. The Morgue was closed then, and since the morgue is closed on the weekends on Russia, she could not see her mother’s body until the following Monday. On Monday Natsya went to collect her mother’s body and was told her mother was not dead, a women had just spoken to her. Natsya was taken to a room, and upon seeing her mother she dropped her bag and ran out of the room screaming. Good News is Natsya saved about $2,000 that day on funeral arragements. Bad news, a year later Lyudmila was dead again, oh but good news…it was only for several hours before she was brought back to life again.
Li Xiufeng, 95 years old, was found by a neighbor motionless and not breathing in her bed 2 weeks after suffering a major head injury. She was placed in a coffin and kept in her home before the funeral so her friends and family could come pay their respects. The day before she was suppose to be buried, Mr. Quingwang went to her house to find her coffin empty. She was found later in her kitchen sitting on a stool cooking. She reportedly told villagers “I slept for a long time, after waking, i felt so hungry, and wanted to cook something to eat. I pushed the lid for a long time to climb out”
Erica Nigrelli, an English teacher from Missouri, was 36 weeks pregnant when she began feeling faint and passed out at work one day. Her husband Nathan, a teacher at the same school, called 911, saying she was having a seizure. Coworkers began CPR and used a defibrillator in an attempt to restart her heart. Emergency personnel arrived and took Erica to the hospital, where doctors stopped CPR in order to deliver the child by C-section. They then told Nathan that his wife had delivered post-mortem, but after the delivery, Erica’s heart began beating again. She was kept in a medically induced coma for five days, and it was discovered that she suffers from a heart condition known as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, which requires her to have a pacemaker. Erica and her daughter, Elanya, are both alive and well.
Kelvin Santos was declared deceased after he stopped breathing due to complications from bronchial pneumonia. It has been reported that little Santos body was sealed in a airtight body bag for three hours while waiting to released the body in to the family’s custody. The family gathered for an open casket wake later on that day, and then according to two adult aunts, the infant began to move. Then reportedly little Santos sat up and asked his father for a drink of water. The Entire family thought they had witnessed a miracle, however a few seconds later the boy fell back in his casket and could not be revived again.
Johannesburg In July 2011, the family of an 80-year-old South African man called an undertaker, reporting that the man was dead. A driver was sent over, and checked the man to try and find a pulse or heartbeat, but couldn’t, so took the body back to the morgue, where it was placed in a fridge. Twenty-one hours later, the dead man woke up and started screaming. Understandably, this freaked out the morgue staff, who thought that the man was a ghost. Terrified, the owner, Ayanda Maqolo, called the police and waited until they arrived to enter the morgue. Maqolo said that he felt safer having firearms there, in case whatever was screaming wanted to fight them. After the undead man was taken out of the fridge, he was sent to a nearby hospital before being discharged.
Alvaro Garza, Jr. was 11 years old in 1987 when he fell through ice and into the Red River, which separates Minnesota from North Dakota. He was playing on the frozen ice and fell through as he tried to grab the body of a dead squirrel. The rescue attempt wasn’t a particularly fast one, and Alvaro spent a full 45 minutes completely underwater. When he was pulled from the river, he was clinically dead: he had no pulse, and his body temperature had dropped to 77 degrees Fahrenheit. He was taken to the hospital where doctors revived him using a heart-lung bypass machine, which warmed his body, forced out water and pumped in air. The explanation behind this story is that Alvaro was struggling for a few minutes before he actually submerged, which authorities said allowed his body to cool down and reduce its need for oxygen.After four days in the hospital, he was able to communicate by blinking, and he was released after 17 days in total. For a while, he had limited use of his limbs, requiring braces to walk. But he eventually regained full use of them and appears to have no lasting brain damage
Veron Analia Bouter was pregnant with her fifth child when she went into labor 12 weeks early. After the birth was completed, doctors told her that the child she had delivered was stillborn, and Bouter and her husband were sent home with a death certificate for the child. They decided to return 12 hours later to see the girl’s body, which was being kept in a refrigerated drawer in the morgue. The baby had been seen by obstetricians, gynecologists, and even a neonatologist, and all of them reached the conclusion that she was dead. But when they opened the drawer, the baby began crying, and they realized their daughter was alive. The girl was named Luz Miraglos (Miracles of Light) and the latest reports say that she has grown stronger and healthier
Michigan Ty Houston, a nurse from Michigan, was filling out his 2012 voting ballot (you remember that whole Romney-Obama thing) when he heard a woman screaming for help. He went over and found that the woman’s husband had no heartbeat and was not breathing. Houston laid the man’s body down on the floor and began to perform CPR on him. After a few minutes, he managed to bring the man back to life. Despite having just died, the first thing he asked upon being revived was “Did I vote?”
MaNdlo In March of this year, a prostitute in Bulowayo, Zimbabwe, died while she was “conducting business” with one of her clients. The authorities were called to the hotel where she worked to remove the body. A crowd of onlookers had gathered to watch, and just as police were placing her body in a metal coffin, she sprung back to life screaming “You want to kill me!” Naturally, seeing a woman in a coffin noisily spring back to life shocked many of the people in the crowd, who began to flee the scene. MaNdlo was taken home by one of her colleagues, while her client quietly slipped out of the hotel room after the police had left.
Carlos Camejo was 33 when he wound up in a high-speed collision on a Venezuelan freeway, was declared dead, and moved to the local morgue. In the meantime, his wife was informed of her loss and asked to identify his body. The examiners in the morgue were just gearing up for an autopsy on Camejo with an incision to his chin when they realized something was wrong: the incision was bleeding. They began to stitch it up, at which point Camejo woke up, later saying it was because the pain was unbearable. Not long after he woke up, his wife arrived to identify his body and was overjoyed to find her supposedly dead husband alive
Eric Smith was bullied for many things, thick glasses, freckles, having red hair and having elongated ears. Eric Smith had been diagnosed by a defense psychiatrist with intermittent explosive disorder, a mental disorder causing individuals to act out violently and unpredictably On August 2,1993, four year old Derrick Robie was walking to camp alone when Smith lured him into a near-by wooded area where he dropped large rocks on the boys head, undressed his body and sodomized him with a tree limb. Smith was only 13 years old.
Joshua Philips- On November 3, 1998, Maddie Clifton, an 8 year old little girl disappeared from a small Jacksonville neighborhood. Over 400 volunteers helped search for the little girl, including Philips. The search ended a week later when Philips’s mother was cleaning his room, thinking she had found a “leak” coming from under his water bed. Upon further examination she found the dead body of Maddie Clifton under the bed of her 14 year old son.
Lionel Alexander Tate, the youngest American citizen ever sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. At age 12, Tate was convicted of killing 6 year old Tiffany Eunick by stomping her so forcefully that her liver was lacerated while he was pretending to be a “Professional Wrestler.” Her injuries were characterized by the prosecution as “similar to those she would have sustained by falling from a three-story building.” Although he was sentenced to life imprisonment without possibility of parole, his sentenced was overturned on the basis thay he was not given a mental competency hearing before, or during the trial. In 2004 he was relased and given 10 years probation. Since his probation Tate has been taken into Custody for violating probation several times, and has also returned back to prison for robbing a pizza delivery man.
Barry Dale Loukaitis dressed up like a gunslinger with 2 concealed pistols, 78 rounds of ammunition and a high powered rifle and when on a shooting spree at Frontier Middle School, starting in his Algebra class. It is said that Barry was influenced by Pearl Jam’s song and music video “Jeremy” which shows a troubled kid committing suicide in front of his classmates and teachers. Also reported Barry said “This sure beats algebra, doesn’t it?” when his classmates began to panic during the hostage taking, which is a quote from Stephen King’s novel “Rage” in which the protagonist kills two teachers and takes his algebra class hostage. His 1st victim was 14 year old Manuel Vela, his 2nd victim Arnold Fritz , as shooting his teacher, Leona Caires, in the back. He also wounded a 13 year old girl by shooting her in the arm. He is now serving two life sentences with our parole plus 205 years at Clallam Bay Corrections Center in Washington State.
Craig Price is a juvenile serial killer from Buttonwoods neighborhood of Warwick, Rhode Island. When Price was 13, he murdered his neighbor Rebecca Spencer, his 27 year old neighbor by stabbing her 58 times. The case was never solved until 2 years later stabbed his neighbor Joan Heaton 63 times as well has her two daughters, Jennifer who was 10 and Melissa who was 8. Price confessed to the murder’s after the FBI came on the him due to a cut on Prices hand he had gotten while stabbing Spencer and her daughters. In a nonchalant matter of fact way, he described the murder of Heaton and how he bit her face as he knifed her and then mimicked the last sounds of the dying young girls. He was sentenced to 29 years in jail during various sentences from 1991 to 2007. He will remain in jail until 2020.
Graham Young- At an early age, Graham Young had been fascinated with chemistry, particularly types of poison and their effects on people. His other great interest was idolizing murderers such as Dr. Hawley Crippen, William Palmer, Adolf Hitler and others. Young started experimenting with poisons when he was 14. He usually lied about his age, and explained that a given poison was for a school experiment so he could buy the chemicals he needed. His family and friends were his victims. His father, upon becoming ill, originally thought he just had a virus of some sort. Then the apparent illness struck his wife and daughter. All suffered from continuous vomiting, diarrhea and stomach pains. In 1962, the mother of Young’s stepmother died from poisoning.At 14, Young already had the expertise of a postgraduate chemistry student, all self-learned through library books. He sometimes became a victim of his own poisoning when he forgot on which foods he had placed his toxic chemicals. Young was caught when his teacher inspected his desk one evening after school, suspicious about the odd experiments Young was suggesting to the class. The teacher found poisons, essays about famous prisoners, and sketches of dying men. These revelations led him to call the police. Young was sent to a maximum security hospital, but this did not stop him from poisoning hospital staff and fellow inmates (one of whom died). His knowledge was so broad that he could extract cyanide from laurel bush leaves. Young was released when he was 23 and went to live with his sister. His poisoning spree continued—his victims most often were coworkers. Young was sent back to prison and eventually died there.
Jesse Pomeroy, the youngest person to be convicted of murder in the first degree in the history of Commonwealth Massachusetts. At age 11, Pomeroy started to kidnap and torture other children by stripping them of their clothes and poking them with a knife or poking pins. Due to his unusual physical characteristic, Pomeroy was caught and sent to a reform school where he was suppose to stay until he was 21. He was released just after a year in a half for good behavior. Soon After his release then year old Mary Curran disappeared, her body found mutilated and savagely beaten. Not long after that, four year old Horace Mullen was taken to the outside of town where Pomeroy slashed Mullen repeatedly almost to the point of decapitation. When Police caught Pomeroy for the murder of Mullen, he then confessed to the murder of 27 other victims. Remains of 12 of those bodies were found while digging around the Pomeroy home, along with those of Mary Curran.
Mary Bell May- Strangled and killed 3 year old Martin Brown, then killed 4 year old Brian Howe days after who was found with his hair cut away, puncture marks found on his thighs, and his genitals were partially skinned. Also May has cut a “M” into Howe’s stomach.
Jon Venables and Robert Thompson August 13, 1982, August 23, 1982 “All little boys are nice until they get older.” – Robert ThompsonJames Bulger’s mother left her two-year-old son at the butcher shop’s door thinking that it would not take her long to return, since there was no queue in the store. Little did she know that it would be her last time she would see her son alive. Jon and Robert, who were at the same mall as the Bulgers, were participating in their usual activities: skipping class, browsing the stores, pocketing things when the salespeople turned their backs, and climbing chairs in the restaurants until they were chased out. The boys came up with an idea to have a little boy get lost outside so that he would get knocked over by a vehicle. It was reported that the boys had a similar previous attempt on a boy before James, which failed because the mother had become aware of her missing child and found him before they could take him outside. During their two-mile walk, the 10-year-old boys had punched, kicked, picked up and dropped James on his head. Some of the acts were seen by passersby who ignored them, thinking that they were just two older brothers who didn’t know how to take care of their younger brother. Jon and Robert brought James onto the local railway, where they flung paint in his left eye, threw stones at him, beat him with bricks, and hit him with an iron bar. They also sexually assaulted him and laid his body on the railroad track, covering his bleeding head with bricks when they thought he was dead. It was reported that James died sometime before the train hit him.