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7. In December of 2011, 44-year-old Peter Skyllberg was driving near the town of Umea in northern Sweden when his car became stuck in the heavy snow drifts. He had no way of communication nor was there any other traffic he could flag down. Days passed, and he managed to survive by eating snow, as temperatures plunged to minus 30 degrees. Somehow, he stayed alive like this for two months! It is believed his body’s metabolism slowed down enough to go into a state of human hibernation and get through the extreme cold. When he was finally found in late February, he was emaciated and could barely move or speak. He was taken to a hospital and later recovered. Doctors called it a “case of a lifetime.”

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6. Back in December of 1980, 19-year-old Jean Hilliard was heading to her parents’ home in Lengby, Minnesota, when her car gave out on her. It was nighttime, and even though temperatures were well below zero, she decided to walk to her friend’s home, which was about 2 miles away. When she got to her friend’s driveway, she collapsed, and lay there until her friend found her the next morning. Her body was so stiff that her friend had to put her in the car diagonally to get her to the hospital. She was barely alive, with her heart beating only 12 times per minute. Her skin was so frozen, doctors could not even pierce it with a needle, and her body temperature was 88 degrees – 10 degrees below normal. Doctors wrapped her in a electric heating pad and, after several hours, she started to revive. They called it a miracle.

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5. In 1876…. Yes, that’s just a few years before I was born… 14-year-old Karolina Olsson of Sweden had a toothache but her family could only tell her to go to bed, and said something weird about witchcraft being involved in her toothache. Karolina went to sleep and would not wake up until April of 1908 – 32 years and 42 days after she had fallen asleep. Doctors visited her several times during that period and said she was in a coma. Strangely, her hair, fingernails and toenails did not grow. A maid found her crying on the floor when she finally awoke on April 3 of 1908. She was thin, pale and very weak. And although she was now 46, she did not look older than 25. Reporters from all over the world wanted to interview her, and the family finally had to go into hiding to avoid the attention. Karolina died in 1950 at the age of 88.

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4. Mitsutaka Uchikoshi, 35, was on a barbeque outing with friends on Mount Rokko in western Japan when he walked down an area of the mountain and got lost. He then slipped in a stream and broke his pelvis. He recalled laying there and feeling very comfortable. That was his last memory. He was still lying there when a climber found him 24 days later. His pulse was barely detected and his body temperature was very low. He was suffering from multiple organ failure and severe blood loss. Doctors who treated him said his body’s natural survival instincts kicked in and put him into a state of hibernation during those many frigid days and nights on the mountain. Somehow, he managed to make a full recovery.

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3. In the early 70s, 60-year-old Yogi Satyamurti took part in a controlled experiment on deep meditation. The exercise involved Yogi going into a trance-like state and slowing his heartbeat down. He did this and on the second day of the experiment, monitoring equipment showed that he had flatlined and showed only the slightest vital signs. He did this over the course of eight days. When the experiment was over, his body temperature was 94.6 degrees and he was very cold and in a stupor.

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2. In Mongolia, a 200-year-old mummified monk was discovered, and some Buddhists claim he is still alive and in a meditative trance. The monk is crossed-legged in the lotus position, with his left hand open and the right hand symbolizing the preaching of Sutra, which, according to the Buddhists, is an indication that he is still meditating.

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1. Sadhu Harida was buried for 40 days without food and water and extremely little oxygen… and survived. He was buried in 1840 in a sealed bag and wooden box and put into a brick vault that was guarded day and night. After the 40 days, he was slowly revived with heat applied to his body. Scientists at that time said it was impossible for him to survive. But in the end, they had to agree that it had, indeed, happened.

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