Waking Up in the Morgue

Waking Up in the Morgue

 

By Elton Camp



Here’s more evidence of the conviction

That truth may be stranger than fiction

When a man suffered an asthma attack

Of signs of life there was a total lack



In the morgue’s cooler he was put away

And there he remained for an entire day

Until the attendant heard a voice call out

“Help!  What the heck is this all about?”



And when the local paramedics did arrive,

They found the man indignant and alive

It’s a good thing he awoke in the refrigerator

Not when being cremated in the incinerator




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Synopsis
An attendant got the shock of his life.
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