As horrifying as the thought is, throughout history and up until very recent times, the risk of being buried alive was far greater than most would want to contemplate. So prevalent was the risk that in the 1800s, people would have themselves buried with all sorts of items, such as poison and handguns, and one even went so far as to install a telephone in the coffin. However, sometimes these tales of horror have serendipitous and positive outcomes. We will discuss historic stories of grave robbers saving lives, fate assisting during the darkest of times, and even electrocutions bringing people back from the dead.
Then, for our Plus+ Members, we will travel into the depths of the Bridgewater Triangle and consider its association with the Dover Demon and modern reports of crawler and pale-skinned entities.