Cool Ghoul Grave Concerns Woman Frozen Alive Died While Trying to Escape

Woman Frozen Alive Died While Trying to Escape

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ACCIDENT, Maryland  — Truly, a chilling tale. Shiverina Arroyo, 80 and a resident of Chile, was declared dead Friday night after suffering a fatal heart attack. When morticians received her body a few days later, however, they found Arroyo lying facedown, nose broken, with cuts and bruises on her face.

The pathologist’s report stated that Arroyo was “frozen alive” and “eventually woke up.” Attempting to escape she inadvertently caused harm to herself, thus leading to her death. The final autopsy rules her death as “self-inflicted.”

“As she struggled unsuccessfully to escape her frozen tomb she ended up face down ,” reads the report. “The final report accurately states the cause of death but it doesn’t tell the whole story.”

In a chilling twist, the family of the 80-year-old woman is now suing Holy Heights Medical Center for negligence.

“While Shiverina always did have a flair for the dramatic, we didn’t expect her exit from here on earth to be a face plant that broke her nose,” said a translator for the family. “Our family lives by the mantra, ‘Go big or go home,’ but we didn’t expect Shiverina to take this literally.”

Nick Caden faced a similar fate when forced into a coffin. Readers can find his account in Skull Creek Stakeout.

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