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Murdered man's body found after tree 'unusual for the area' grew from seed in his stomach
[mirror.co.uk]

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The Mirror? Are you kidding me? What's next, the National Enquirer? You do realize this isn't the "Silly, Random & Fun" section, don't you? In any case, the story has been debunked.
[livescience.com]

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Just thinking that this would actually be a good way to make sure the tree would grow. Everything a tree would need is there. My first Mother-in-law won many a county fair with her Rose's. She somehow got the old blood from the hospital she worked in and put it on her rose bed.

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Interesting

CS60 Level 7 Oct 3, 2018
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Well, that's certainly bizarre.

Condor5 Level 8 Oct 3, 2018
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Holy crap! How very strange!

SukiSue Level 8 Oct 3, 2018
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I know I've seen something related to this, but can't remember exactly what. It was either an article about a culture that planted their dead with a tree.. or an ad for a company that cremates you so that you can be planted with a tree. Either way, I always liked the idea of being buried with a tree planted in me. If I ever write a will, I might put that in as my wish.

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Weird, but so cool! I hope, when my time comes, my body becomes new life of some sort.

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Thats really amazing.He had to have died before the tree grew

steve148 Level 7 Oct 3, 2018
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I don't think I've ever seen a story like that!

Byrdsfan Level 8 Oct 3, 2018
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Now that is giving back to the community!

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Evidence was planted on him..

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How awesome..and sad..

Charlene Level 9 Oct 3, 2018
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cool

btroje Level 9 Oct 3, 2018
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That's really amazing.

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