Is this a case of genuine haunting, or just a case of the heebie-jeebies?
A 16th-century female mummy discovered in a family graveyard last year has been reburied in a decision by her descendants after they were haunted by recurring dreams that they believed to be a message from beyond, Yonhap News Agency reported Monday.
The mummy was excavated in April last year during a graveyard relocation by members of the Ryu clan at a mountain in Naju, 356 kilometers southwest of Seoul. Its well-preserved condition drew the attention of academia, and the family accepted a request by Korea University Guro Hospital in Seoul to donate it for examination.
But the Ryu descendants soon began to have recurring dreams of a cow, traditionally interpreted in Korea to represent a family ancestor. A family representative called the hospital and asked for the mummy’s return.
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