- Three months pregnant Honduras teen collapsed in a panic attack and was pronounced dead
- A day after the burial, grieving husband visited her grave and heard disturbing outcry for help
Neysi Perez, who was three months pregnant at the time, collapsed in a panic attack after hearing a burst of gunfire. The doctors declared her dead.
A day after her funeral, her husband Rudy Gonzales was visiting her grave and heard banging and muffled screams inside the concrete tomb. The desperate family members started to break through the concrete block with a sledgehammer to revive her. Neysi was rushed to the nearest hospital, carried inside of her coffin, only to be declared dead again. This time forever.
The glass window on her coffin was broken and the tips of her fingers were covered in bruises, meaning she was desperate to break free. What a horrible way to die.
Here’s the chilling video of the family members desperately trying to save their child from being buried alive, only to be declared by the doctors dead again.
Buried alive: Neysi Perez. She was revived, but only to be declared dead again. This time forever. pic.twitter.com/Ek2JlIg2nE— Bizarrepedia (@bizarrepedia) September 21, 2015
The 18th and 19th century's Victorians were so afraid of being buried alive, that they invented several beneficial mechanisms to prevent what happened with Neysi Perez. You can read more about the safety coffins and other precautions the Victorians used here.