Source - THIS is the creepy moment that a corpse appears to wave from inside a coffin.
The spooky incident was filmed during a burial service in the city of Manado in Indonesia on May 5 and sparked fears the victim may have been buried alive.
The video shows a devastated family gathering round as a priest reads prayers during the service.
But as the camera zooms in on the coffin, the sinister outline of what appears to be a hand can faintly be seen moving under the casket's glass panel.
In the video, the priest is heard saying: "God has said in the book of John. I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me he will live even though he is dead.''
Just moments later, the so-called hand appears to wave or touch the lid of the coffin.
No one noticed at the time and the burial went ahead. ...
But despite the supernatural claims, scientists say the corpse was most likely moving around due to rigor mortis - the stiffening of the body classified as the third stage of death.
One study from Medical News Today in 2019 found that human bodies are able to move on their own after death.
Third stage of rigor mortis, my ass. The only thing this is the third of is the Seven Seals being broken:
And when he had opened the third seal, I heard the third beast say, Come and see. And I beheld, and lo a black horse; and he that sat on him had a pair of balances in his hand.
And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say, A measure of wheat for a denarius, and three measures of barley for a denarius; and [see] thou hurt not the oil and the wine.
OK, I don't know what any of that means. I was a Business major with a 2.8 GPA, not a Divinity student. But that's not a dead end because you can interpret anything the Book of Revelations to mean creepyass stuff like the dead rising from their graves. Ghostbusters did:
Even though that was actually Revelations 6:12. But whatever.
The point being that any time you've got as much high strangeness going on as we do right now, with worldwide pandemic and in increase in UFO activity and a giant asteroid buzzing the tower on us a few days back, a corpse waving to its loved ones as soon as the camera pans to the casket, in the middle of a passage about how "he will live even though he is dead," almost just seems par for the course. Not a shock. Barely even a surprise. More like it's the least you could expect at this moment in time.
It begs the question why anyone would put a sun roof on a casket. Or why, if you're going to want to see the decaying face of relative get lowered into the ground no one managed to catch this. I mean, what else do you have to look at at that moment? And why else would you spend extra on the coffin with a window - A Tomb with a View - if you're not going to look. My only advice is not to dig whoever this is up to find out if they're still alive. Unless you intend to drive a stake through their heart and burn the remains.
Strange days, indeed.