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Well,  this is one sure way to avoid a funeral: Come back to life! From the Files of the Bizarre, Associated Press tells us that staff members at a funeral home in Mississippi found a man alive and kicking. In a body bag! Yep, 78-year-old Walter Williams had no pulse and was pronounced dead at his home by a coroner and placed in a body bag. As funeral home workers were getting the embalming process ready, the bag began to kick. Family members were called and Mr. Williams was taken to a hospital. The coroner now believes that his pacemaker stopped working, then started again. Walter says he’s happy to still be alive, because he’s got some farming to catch up on. DB

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