People who flatly refused to say goodbye to their dead relatives
Saying "goodbye" is very difficult, even if we are not talking about saying goodbye to the deceased person. It is always difficult - to realize that the former will not return, and that you are now filled with only memories and all. Nobody wants to say goodbye to your family and loved ones. With the departure of a loved one for us, as though something stops functioning, and at times there is complete vacuum, which lasts a very long time.
Some cope and move on, while others can not, and are living in the past. Today's article will focus on the stories of people who literally did not want to say "goodbye" to those whom they loved so much, and who cherished.
Howard Lewis of Pontiprita, South Wales, was married to his beloved Elizabeth thirty-four years. They were a happy couple, which was behind a huge store of both good and sad memories. Their life was quite a measured and calm, but exactly to the moment when Elizabeth was ill. Howard's wife was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, and for as many as five years, he cared for her and helped in every way. One Saturday morning in 2005, Lewis woke up and saw that his wife was breathing strangely.
The man immediately realized that something was wrong and began to give her CPR, but, alas, the heart of Elizabeth could not stand, and she died. Howard was horrified and heartbroken. At first he was going to call an ambulance so that they pronounced him dead, but instead he went out quietly of their house to buy a fresh newspaper. Lewis pretended that nothing had happened in the past five months since the death of his wife. Every night he walked into the room where lay Elizabeth, kissed her on the forehead and wished her a good night.
To outsiders do not feel the smell of corpses, it does not heat their home and used air freshener. When friends and acquaintances of the couple began to ask Howard, how's Elizabeth, he replied that it's all good. After a while, someone suspected that the house is clearly something wrong and called the police. When the police entered the house, I immediately felt the smell of corpses. Howard himself led them to the body of his dead wife.
Jean Stevens of Pennsylvania married her husband James in 1942. They lived together for a long and wonderful life, but their happiness was overshadowed by Parkinson's disease, which very quickly developed in James. To our great sorrow, the man died in 1999. His body was buried a few days later, at the local cemetery. Jean could not come to terms with the loss. Based on the words of the son of the couple, who said that his mother has become very closed, you can see that the woman was depressed due to the loss of her beloved husband.
Two days after the funeral, Stevens hired people who dug the night her husband's body and took it home. It equipped for the dead man's room, which was located in a basement. But, as it turned out later, Janet was not enough of a dead man in the house. The woman had a twin sister, who has long been ill. Jean and Julia were very close. Fate was such that even Julia married the brother of James. Despite the fact that the sisters lived 320 miles apart, they kept in touch. To our great sorrow, October 6, 2010 Julia died.
Jean decided to take over all the duties of funeral arrangements, but after some hesitation the woman came to the conclusion that Julia is not much better in the damp earth, and on the couch in the living room. To hide the smell of corpses in the house, Jean enjoyed spirits, were also sprayed on both her husband and her twin sister. Police raided the home of Janet is very surprising, because the police department received an anonymous call in which the unknown spoke of corpses in the house.
When the woman was asked why she went to such a strange and terrible things, she replied that she could not cope with the fact that it goes from the close and favorite people. Only due to the fact that near Jany and body were her relatives, she decided not to kill himself.
The loss of a child - a horror without end for any parent, but the sad truth about death is that any person must move on. Tsiuri Kvaratskhelia - a mother who was unable to let go of his son. John died for unknown reasons in 1995, when he was 22 years old. Since then, much time has passed, and the inconsolable mother always took care of that a dead son was all good.
How does it do it? Everything is very simple. The family refused to bury the body of a young man in the land, but instead Tsiuri left him at home. There's a dead Johnny lived in the cellar. Kvaratskhelia decided that nothing had happened. She looked after the body of his son, soaking it with alcohol and other compounds; it dresses up for the holidays, and bestowed gifts on birthdays.