Wednesday, September 7, 2005

It's Not Nice to Disrespect the Dead

This may be an indication that such things as ghosts do exist:

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - An inebriated Belgian woman died in a freak accident when she ended up beneath a heavy grave stone at a cemetery, local news agency Belga said Wednesday.

The 33-year-old was on her way home from a bar in the Belgian town of Pulle in the early hours of Saturday when she took a short cut through the cemetery.

But she urgently needed to relieve herself and crouched down between two gravestones. As she lost her balance, she grabbed one of the stones which gave way and landed on top of her.

The public prosecutor's office said she died of suffocation as she was unable to lift the heavy stone.

Peace.

1 comment:

louie0768 said...

What a bizarre twist of fate and a horrible way to die. But it does make one wonder if in fact there are ghosts lurking about.

Back in the early 90's, hubby and I had lived in France for a few months. Long story but we visited the cemetary where Jim Morrison was buried. Talk about an eerie place. Some of the tombs were cracked open in the middle, the head stones were ALL very creepy. I find peace in most cemetaries but not in that one. I will have to write an entry about an incident that occured with our daughter, a black cat, and a statue where black magic was said to have been practiced. All around creepy.