Creepy Last Words: What 29 People Said Right Before Dying

Creepy Last Words: What 29 People Said Right Before Dying
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1. “They have no eyes.”

“My grandfather on his deathbed said, ‘they have no eyes’; still gives me chills.”

EuclideanMan


2. “Fire! Fire! There’s fire everywhere!”

“I had an old lady flag me down in the hallway a few days before she died and with her emaciated face and bulging eyes, she said, ‘You know where I’m going.’ I asked her what she meant and she repeated herself. ‘You know where I’m going when I die. And it ain’t up.’

I was taken aback and asked her if she wanted to talk with the priest we have on staff. She shook her head and said, ‘It’s too late for that.’

A few days later, she was eating her supper and started screaming. She yelled, ‘Fire! Fire! There’s fire everywhere!’ She died a few hours later, quite suddenly.

I didn’t sleep that night and I really hope her soul found some rest.”

elle_3


3. “The body is in the woods next to the oak tree.”

“Surgeon here. Not sure if this is ‘creepy’ but a man on his deathbed kept repeating ‘the body is in the woods next to the oak tree’ over and over until he passed.

The police were notified and they did search some woods behind the man’s house but never found anything.”

ReallyUnbelievable


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