PHOTO: Haiti - Zombie comes home alive 5 years after being buried

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Look at this photo... Haiti - Michelet Dieu is a Zombie, a man who was buried... 5 years after his burial, he shows up at his home, ALIVE and WELL...

Can you believe this?

This not a joke, this real... The town mayor was interviewed on Haitian radio and confirmed this news...

Michelet Dieu died 10 June 2009. He was buried the following day after funeral held in a local church.

On 10 Nov 2014, five years after his death and burial, Michelet show up at the home of his uncle where he once lived.

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Isabelle Riboule YOU ARE RIGHT. I AM GLAD SOMEONE TOLD THEM ABOUT THIS. IT IS OUTRAGEOUS. I REMEMBER WHEN I WAS A LITTLE GIRL IN 1962 I LEFT HAITI I WAS A FRIGHTEN... see more
Reply · December 20 at 8:20 AM
Vixama Merlyne Mezanmi jis kilè mechanste a va fini ooooo
Reply · November 17 at 11:23 AM
David Grant Dear Mr. Esteban, I am surprised that our country,Haiti, an independent nation for more than two centuries ago does not have an M.E. to work along... see more
Reply · November 16 at 3:40 PM
Manu Deville The journalist shows a picture of the funerals to support his information. It comes out that the faces of the family members were closer to... see more
Reply · November 15 at 10:28 PM
Esteban David, my father is a doctor. A person can be pronounced dead by an MD, an still be turned into a zombie because no no autopsie is done. The process... see more
Reply · November 15 at 9:47 PM
David Grant In other countries around the world and in the rest of the West Indies,People are not allowed to bury their dead without a medical doctor signed... see more
Reply · November 15 at 6:57 PM
Garry If one is dead, there are signs that a hospital should follow. Maybe funeral should keep suspect bodies separate.
Reply · November 15 at 1:16 PM
Max Mondesir It's a miracle,iguest he's no longer a zombie he's alive.
Reply · November 15 at 1:09 PM
Dodo This is a crazy life in my little country.
Reply · November 15 at 12:56 PM
Sa Youyou So if he come back a live their government should locks his ass up for faking of death....
Reply · November 15 at 10:49 AM
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