Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Argentinian widow who moved into her deceased husband’s mausoleum

From: Jan T.
Sent: June 26, 2013
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Argentinian widow who moved into her deceased husband’s mausoleum
Argentinian widow who moved into her deceased husband’s mausoleum because she couldn’t bear not being without him. According to an article on Yahoo! News , Adriana Villareal has been literally living inside her husband's mausoleum, in the San Lazaro cemetery, sharing the space with his coffin and embalmed body. Sergio Yede was 28 years old when he died in 2010. Villareal, who lives in Buenos Aires , visits her husband three times each year, spending three or four nights at a time in his mausoleum. When police discovered her 'residence' they found she'd installed a bed, a radio, a chair and small stove right next to her husband's coffin. She'd even gone so far as to have a computer and Internet access installed. Local police commissioner, Gustavo Braganza, said, “They could see the coffin and the embalmed body.

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