Kelvin Santos: Dead Brazilian Boy in Belem Rises from Coffin
MELBOURNE: A two-year-old Brazilian ‘dead’ boy, Kelvin Santos, rises from his coffin demands water and then dies once more. It has been explained by the people there that the boy was declared dead but he rose in his coffin, asked for water and then lay on the bed with no life in him.
The Website ORM has confirms that a Brazilian kid, Kelvin Santos, had developed pneumonia and was having its treatment from a hospital at Belem in the north of Brazil.
The doctors declared the boy to dead at 7:40 pm (Friday) and handed over his body to his parents.
Just one hour prior to his funeral, the boy rose up in his coffin and demanded his father to provide him with water.
“Daddy, can I have some water,” the child said.
“Everybody started to scream, we couldn’t believe our eyes. Then we thought a miracle had taken place and our boy had come back to life,” Antonio Santos said.
“Then Kelvin Santos just laid back down, the way he was. We couldn’t wake him. He was dead again.”
The boy’s father again took him to the hospital where the doctors examined him again with negative result.
“They assured me that he really was dead and gave me no explanation for what we had just seen and heard,” aggrieved father said.
The boy’s burial was delayed for another hour but finally they buried him at 5 pm in the local graveyard.