Mourners Run For Dear Lives As Dead Man Sits Up In Coffin Minutes Before He Was To Be Buried

When the coffin of an apparently deceased began to move, the mourners in Zimbabwe felt the fear of their lives. Brighton Dama Zante died a sad “death” after battling illness for a very long time. When someone noticed the 34-year-old man’s legs moving in the coffin while family and friends were paying their respect, it sparks commotion and people ran away in fear.

According to reports, they “jumped out of their skin” and thought he had been resurrected to haunt them, so they fled in terror. 

The supposedly dead man can be seen clearly sitting in his coffin for several minutes, he didn’t know what was happening or how he got there, no one could come near him as most people have fled and some others standing several meters away from him.

(The grave being prepared for the man)

However, once their fears have calmed down, he was taken to a hospital and was treated on a life support instruments. Fortunately, he survived when he was discharged from the hospital two days later.

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Fortunately, he is still alive after experiencing surreal torture, Zaandam was ecstatic: “I feel pretty good now. I don’t know what happened, I just remember the time I was the hospital, it felt like a part of me died but God has given me another opportunity to rewrite my wrongs.

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