ICU@11

I heard this story a decade back and wondered about its authenticity. Although the story was palpable but I felt jitters every time its thought crossed my mind. Not being a big fan of horror or suspense proved to be a blessing in disguise. The story goes like this:

Somewhere in a hospital near the dense forests of Kerala, ICU patients died in the same bed every Sunday at 11A.M. The patients had no sign of any murder weapon or injury marks. Their heart would just stop beating. The death of one or two patients can be a coincidence, but the sudden unexplained demise of patients over a period of 9 weeks on the same bed and same time cannot be ruled out with co-incidence.

Doctors and nurses thought it was something Supernatural. A secret visit of a renowned ‘Tantrik’ also went in vain, as the death toll continued.

Henceforth a nationwide expert team was formed to investigate the cause and save the reputation of the hospital.

Next Sunday fifteen minutes before 11 A.M., all doctors and nurses gathered around the bed in an adjoining dark room and waited patiently/bravely in an attempt to resolve the mystery.

Suddenly, the ICU gate was half-opened by an unrevealing entity. Muniyamma, the part time Sunday sweeper appeared, unplugged the Life Support system of the bed and plugged in her mobile charger.


 I hope you all enjoyed reading my last post of 2014. 😛 🙂

I wish you all have a great year ahead. A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year to everyone 🙂 God bless all 🙂 Keep smiling. Keep Living 🙂

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