Bodies springing back to life is, perhaps surprisingly, not an uncommon occurrence in Zimbabwe.Earlier this year, a woman, who was believed to have collapsed and died during sex, woke up screaming after she was placed into a coffin. Zanthe’s moving legs as I was in the queue to view his body.At first I could not believe my eyes but later realized that there was indeed some movements on the body as other mourners retreated in disbelief," Lot Gaka, one of the mourners and Zanthe's employer, told The Herald.Fortunately, Zanthe woke up just in time; his body was set to be transported to a funeral parlor later that day.
This communication, this illness, is also a kind of memory, the first memory perhaps, of the way we have to die.
Dorothea Clinton who dug up a potato in the shape of a duck.
Dorothea Clinton will be having ‘Quack-et Potato’ for dinner after digging up this funny-looking potato Sep 13, 2013.
The 73-year-old, of Peaton, near Ludlow, thought it bore an uncanny resemblance to a duck, and wanted to show of the funny looking vegetable.
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Passed along bloodlines, this illness is a way for unmet generations to commune, remaking bodies as the stage for an ancient way of knowing.