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Teenage Girl Buried Alive in Mausoleum

Teenage Girl Buried Alive in Mausoleum

Teenage Girl Buried Alive in Mausoleum

Teenage Girl Buried Alive in Mausoleum

Sixteen year old Neysi Perez was believed dead after collapsing at her home in La Entrada, Honduras and was buried the next day in a concrete crypt.

Neysi was three months pregnant when she fell unconscious on her way to the outdoor bathroom late at night. When found by her family she was foaming at the mouth, so her family believed that she was possessed by an evil spirit and called in the local priest.

The priest performed an exorcism on her and later she appeared lifeless, so she was rushed to the hospital where after three hours she was declared dead by the doctors there.

The family wasted no time arranging the funeral, preparing the young woman in her wedding dress she was placed into a beautiful white casket and buried in a cement mausoleum.

It was her husband, Rudy Gonzales, who was visiting her crypt the day after the funeral who said he heard noises coming for her tomb.

Getting the cemetery caretaker Jesus Villanueva, they listen to the sounds and determined that they were in fact coming from Neysi’s tomb.

Rudy said to the local TV news Primer Impacto, “I was heartbroken because my sweetheart had been taken so suddenly from me. I wanted to be near to her.”

“As I put my hand on her grave I could hear noises inside. I heard banging, then I heard her voice. She was screaming for help!”

“It had already been a day since we buried her. I couldn’t believe it. I was ecstatic, full of hope.”

Jesus Villanueva said he had also heard noises coming from the grave, “I convinced myself that the screams were coming from somewhere else. I never imagined that there was someone alive in there.”

Teenage Girl Buried Alive in Mausoleum

“That afternoon the girl’s husband came to me begging me to get her out because she was alive. He was hysterical. The family were soon here and started breaking through the tomb, shouting her name.”

Once removed from the tomb Neysi was taken by truck, still in her coffin, to the nearest hospital in San Pedro Sula.

Doctors there once again tried to revive her, and after all the tests taken she was once again declared dead.

Doctor Claudia Lopez said, “The whole family rushed in, almost breaking the door down, carrying the girl in her casket.”

“I told them to take her out and put her on the bed. Everybody was claiming she was alive so I went through all the necessary procedures.”

“We evaluated and tried everything but the girl was dead. They put her back in the coffin and took her away again, back to the cemetery.”

Doctors believe she may have suffered a severe panic attack which could have temporarily stopped her heart activity for a short period.

Others believe that she may then have died from lack of oxygen after waking up inside the sealed coffin.

Famile member Carolina Perez, said, “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 heart beat.”

“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.”

Neysi’s mother, Maria Gutierrez, is convinced that her daughter was buried alive, and blames the medics for being too quick to sign her death certificate.

Saying, “The doctors declared her dead but everybody else around me kept telling me she wasn’t. She didn’t look like she had died.”

“Even after a day in the tomb the color of her body was normal, her corpse didn’t smell, she just looked like she was in a deep sleep.”

“There was no rigamortis, her body was still flexible, it was impossible that she had been dead for so many hours.”

“We were all so happy. After being declared dead for such a long time, everybody was saying that she had come back to life.”

“We were all so happy. I thought I was going to get my daughter back.”

 

 

 

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Teenage Girl Buried Alive in Mausoleum

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