Jeff Green is a 32 year old American, in Arizona, whose wife passed away some time ago.
Due to the great pain he suffered due to her death, he did something
totally out of character for a normal and sane person.
He said, "I could no longer take the pain that my wife's death is caused me and I
brought her back home."
This is where Jeff's story takes a twisted turn.
His wife, Lucy, was born with a heart condition that cut her life at the young age of 29.
Lucy's last words to Jeff were, " We will meet again in heaven." These words served of no
consolation to Jeff's despair. At the funeral, in an act of desperation, Jeff decided that
he would not let Lucy leave him.
"I called the cemetery caretaker and explained my feelings.", "I spoke with the authorities
and got special permission to take my wife home with me. They thought it strange, but I was
allowed to take her with me.
I rather have her at home than seven feet under ground. Lucy had a great sense of humor and
I'm sure she would appreciate being my coffee table." (below)
Jeff ordered a special glass casing that eliminates the decomposition of a dead body.
"It cost me about $6,000.00, but it was worth it." Some of his
friends and relatives, filled with fear, stop visiting Jeff.
His true friends respected his decision and continue visiting him.
Some even comment that it is a nice piece of furniture.
Crazyshit.com's Ideas on this whole thing: Eeeewwwwwww this muther fucker has some issues. And that
lady sure looks like she is decomposing, ain't no special glass that stops that. I am really not believing
this at all. We will chalk this up as an urban legend or something. You know what would be funny? If that
guy had like a playboy or penthouse mags in the house and his friends would come over and turned the
cover of the mags over so that it would be facing her.
A reply from one of our members: Hey, how's it going? You've got a great site, keep up the excellent work! In the pic you posted tonight(5-12) If you look closely, the woman is lying
in a fish tank turned on it's side. I could tell this by the 2 reinforcement bars facing the couch. It is an urban legend. Greg