This Guy Was Accidentally Buried Alive And This Is What Happened...

For some of us, in our worst nightmares, we sometimes get buried alive.

In these awful dreams. Our fists beat uselessly against the hardwood of the coffin and our heartbreaks from the extreme horror.

But believe it or not, it is quite possible that such a nightmare could become a reality. After all, throughout history, people have long passed down, chilling true stories about human beings being buried alive.

One such incident occurred in the 1800s in Kentucky, a young American woman by the name of Octavius Smith, Hatcher lost her little son.

The poor mother was stricken with grief, then fell into a coma and died a few days later, as there was very hot weather that summer.

The deceased was immediately entered. However, soon many citizens were struck by a similar ailment. The patients fell into a coma for several days.

But then came to their senses and recovered. Doctors suggested that they may have been suffering from a sleeping sickness brought on by the bite of the tsetse fly.

Seeing what was occurring, Octavius' husband suspected that they might have buried his spouse alive and immediately asked that her body being zoomed. When the coffin was opened, the man's worst fears were confirmed.

His wife's face was twisted in horror. She had scratched the lid of the coffin in despair, clawing away the flesh from her bones, her fingers reduced to just skeletal nubs. Judging by the written evidence, there were quite a few people buried alive over the years in 1786.

One Professor tours were present during the demolition of a Paris cemetery. From the 14th century after the excavation of the multiple graves.

the professor saw that many of the skeletons showed signs of having been moving in the coffins to With a number of those believe dead had been interred while still living. Such stories are beyond creepy.

But imagine what the relatives of those buried alive go through.

In 1817, author john snart in his book that the source of horror spoke of a certain Mr. cornice, who had died of a fever after the end of the funeral.

That evening, the gravediggers, who had perchance remained in the cemetery heard groans from under the ground, they quickly dug up the fresh mound of earth, but they were too late.

The man had already died in horrifying agony, with bloody scratches and scrapes over his entire body resulting from his struggles to escape. 

The sister of the unfortunate man was so afraid of repeating the same fate as her brother that she arranged to have her head cut off after her death, thus assuring that she was genuinely deceased. 

In those days, such fears were fully justified. If a human body became cold and the heart stopped beating, it was considered dead.

This did not take into account several distinctions that we are now aware of. For example, sometimes, in a living person with severe hypothermia, the body temperature can drop to a critical point of 21 degrees Celsius or 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

Conversely, in a person who has died of cholera, the temperature may rise for a short time and during an extremely lethargic sleep. The heart sometimes beats so quietly that even experienced doctors with stethoscopes cannot hear it.

It is quite difficult for any doctor to recognize the weak signs of life in, for example, a patient who has been succeeded suffered carbon monoxide poisoning has endured extreme freezing. 

Heatstroke has been struck by lightning, has a concussion, or is even suffering from hysteria. Often only the deep composition of the body conclusively proves the person's actual demise.

Due to this in several countries, funerals were allowed only three days after the death of a person. 

But before there were refrigerators, and in extreme heat, the body could quickly begin to smell unbearable. 

In addition, in the olden days, families were forbidden to work until the deceased was interred.

Not surprisingly, those who were poor were in a hurry to get the corpse buried as quickly as possible even ahead of the three-day minimum. 

These days, doctors have numerous advanced diagnostic methods and techniques to serve them, and it seems they shouldn't be able to make mistakes. 

Nevertheless, social networks and news sources still periodically blow up with dreadful stories of those who have been buried alive.

Modern-day doctors sometimes incorrectly declared death due to their low qualifications or even pure harmful gems. 

Doctors in the Brazilian city of Rhea child dust nevus declared 37 years old Rosen jela Almeda Santos dead from sepsis. 

It was a mistake. At least that's what the relatives of the woman's say. Some 11 days after the funeral, they were informed that screams had been heard coming from her grave.

The relatives unearthed the body and found fresh bloody wounds on Rosen's jealous forehead and hands, where she had been prying and scratching at the coffin lid and banging her head in terror and frustration. 

In addition, her body was still warm, and many of the nails on the lid of the coffin had been shaken loose.

Fortunately, such stories occasionally have a happy ending. Thus it was in 1993 that 24-year-old South African CFO William left; she and his bride were involved in a car accident. 

The bride survived, but the unfortunate bridegroom was declared dead. The body was taken to the morgue, where it was placed in a metal box.

After several days, the man came to and managed to get mortuary workers to open the metal casket. Unfortunately, his bride did not return to pour CFO, having decided that he had turned into a zombie. 

By the way, this is nothing compared to what they did to those thought dead and return to life in the Middle Ages.

If those unfortunate enough to have been buried alive suddenly came to life, they were considered to be vampires, and their heads were cut off. 

This was due to the superstition that the dead at night would rise from the grave to kill people and drink their blood. There are other instances of premature interment.

No one, of course, considered the 19-year-old Frenchman Angelo Hayes to be a vampire, but he was one could say resurrected from death. 

This unusual situation occurred when the guy was buried after his supposed to die in a car accident. However, shortly before this unfortunate happenstance, Angelo's father had insured his son's life for 200,000 francs. 

It looked suspicious, and the insurance company mentioned that he had possibly killed his son for the money.

A few days later, at the request of the company, the body was zoomed, and it turned out that the boy's heart was still beating. 

If barely, after recovering, the enterprising Angelo began to produce special coffins from which one could escape if perchance when is prematurely and tuned. But seriously, what must one do if one is buried alive in a most ordinary wooden coffin six feet under the Earth, and no one is coming to help. 

In Quentin Tarantino's thriller Kill Bill, the main character Beatrix, without undue difficulty cracks open the lid of her underground prison with her fist called comes up through the Earth and ultimately escapes.

In real life, things aren't quite so simple. On the popular American program Mythbusters, they decided to try and recreate the hellish matrixes experience. 

They found that only after over 600 very powerful blows with a hand could a small hole be made in the coffin lid. 

And even after this, these busters of myth only managed to rise from the grave by about 60 centimeters or about two feet, that is only about a third of its depth. One might wonder why even bury a body at such a depth under a thick layer of Earth.

But this has its explanation. Back in 1655, at the behest of the Mayor of London, gravediggers began to dig six-foot deep graves in cemeteries in order not to spread the bubonic plague that was then raging in England. For our friends who use the metric system, six feet is about two meters. 

Nowadays, most countries still recognize this depth as optimal. Nevertheless, according to experts, there is a chance to get out even from such a deep grave.

If you wake up in a narrow dark space in which you can either sit down or move, the main thing is not to get hysterical. 

The fact is that there's very little oxygen under the ground, and in a normal coffin or box of similar size, said oxygen would last for about 40 minutes. 

In a panic, one's breathing will become more intense, and the oxygen will run out that much faster. So first, feel about for the walls to get a sense of where exactly you are situated. Then pull some fabric over your head and tie it off tightly.

This mask will protect your lungs from inhaling dust and dirt and increase your chances of survival. After that, study the lip of the coffin. 

It is not already split under the weight of the Earth. Will have to be broken through. To do this, hit it at the center, but not with your hand. Use your feet. As soon as the Earth begins to fall into the coffin, rake it away so that you still have room to move.

Then lift the lid using the side of your head, push out of the coffin, and row upwards with all of your might. 

In the end, you might be able to get to the surface where you can now celebrate your new second birthday. But if for some, the idea of being buried alive is a real nightmare. 

Others voluntarily buried themselves for several hours or even days. Lovers of such endeavors revel in spending time inside a coffin claiming that it gives them unsurpassed and unrivaled emotional satisfaction true once in a while such amusements and badly for the practitioners.

In 2011, a 35-year-old resident of Russia decided to bury himself for a whole day to reflect left on life in complete silence. 

With the help of a friend, he laid down in a coffin which he had previously placed in a grave which he had dug himself. This thrill-seeker took with him a breathing tube, a bottle of water, and a mobile phone. 

After that, the friend of the man buried in his hole in the ground left a few hours later, the man in the grave cold his friend and said that he was feeling fine. And the next morning, having dug up the coffin, his friend found a corpse in it.

It turned out that that night there had been heavy rain which blocks the air docked and the poor adventurous man had suffocated. 

However, these staged funerals are usually held without complications and generally have several specially trained experts on duty. 

Some of the more advanced of these professional zombies have contrived to visit the grave over a dozen times safely. 

A Russian blogger who goes by the name Gabbar even took a video camera into the coffin with him transmitting his Experience live to the internet.

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At the end of his self imposed imprisonment, he noted that he experienced a variety of astonishing sensations. 

But most importantly, he realized how happy he was at the end of the experiment to once again stand on firm ground, with both feet firmly planted. 

What other unbelievable predicaments can a person find themselves in, and how can they escape. I will investigate and report to you dear viewers in future episodes.
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