used to be built with holes in them, attached to six feet of
copper tubing and a bell., The tubing would allow air for victims buried
under the mistaken impression they were dead. In a certain small
town Harold, the local gravedigger, upon hearing a bell one night,
went to go see if it was children pretending to be spirits. Sometimes it
was also the wind. This time, it wasn' t either. A Joice from below
begged and pleaded to be unburied. "Are you Sarah C)' Banstorm?''
Harold asked. Wes!" The muffled mice asserted. “Wu were born on
September 17, 1827'?"" Yeal."" The gravestone here says you died on
February 20, 1857,"" Nto, I' m alive, it was a mistake! Dig me Lip, set me
free!” "Sorry about this, ma' am," Harold said, stepping on the bell to
silence it and plugging up the copper tube with dirt. "But this is August,
Whatever you are down there, you sure as Hell ain' t alive no more,
and you ain' t comm’ up."