You woke up inside a dark coffin. You cannot move and get out and you’re afraid because you really don’t know if it is only a dream or real! Yes! No one wants to experience this nightmare.
Well, in real life, it truly happens in a 16-year-old pregnant teenager in Honduras. The girl named Neysi Perez was found unconscious at the lavatory one night and she was assumed dead after both the hospital and the local priest said she didn’t show any signs of life.
The poor family decided to hold a quick wake and bury Neysi at La Entrada General Cemetery the soonest time possible because they had no money to have her body embalmed.
After her friends and family buried her, that night, grave digger Jesus Villanueva got the scare of his life when he shockingly heard screams from the tomb, prompting him to run away and think there was a ghost trapped inside.
When her husband Rudy Gonzales visits her grave the day after the funeral, he also heard the screams inside the grave. Rudy immediately asked for help from the caretaker to take her out.
Her family arrived after hearing the news and they tried to get the tomb opened as soon as possible. Her family rushed her back to the hospital after breaking the tomb, but she was still clinically dead.
Neysi’s cousin Carolina Perez claimed: “Once we had taken her out of the tomb I put my hand on her body. She was still warm, and I felt a faint heartbeat. She had scratches on her forehead and bruises on her fingers. It looked like she had tried desperately to get out of the casket and hurt herself,”
However, after doctors desperately tried to revive her they eventually confirmed she was dead. Neysi was returned to her coffin and buried again.
Her family believe that Neysi was buried alive, slammed the hospital for being careless and rushing to declare her dead.
Local media reports that Neysi may have suffered a cataplexy attack – an severe form of panic attack brought on by extreme stress, which leads to muscle paralysis and a temporary loss of heart beat.
Watch the video here: