Woman who 'died' for 27 minutes writes chilling note after she's resuscitated
Woman who 'died' for 27 minutes writes chilling note after she's resuscitated. An Arizona woman who "died" for a total of 27 minutes asked for a note pad after she was resuscitated to share an urgent message about the afterlife, herfamily claims
AOL.com July 3, 2019 - An Arizona woman who "died" for a total of 27 minutes asked for a notepad after she was resuscitated to share an urgent message about the afterlife, her family claims.
Madie Johnson took to Instagram last month to share photos of her new tattoo, modeled off a note written by her aunt, Tina Hines, who suffered a massive heart attack in February 2018.
"Her story is too real not to share and has given me a stronger confidence in a faith that so often goes unseen," Johnson wrote.
Hines, from Phoenix, was getting ready to go for a hike with her husband, Brian, last year when she suddenly collapsed.
"Her eyes didn't close, and they were rolled back in her head," Brian Hines told AZFamily at the time. "She was purple and not making any noise or breathing."
Hines's husband was successfully able to resuscitate his wife before paramedics arrived, but she coded multiple times on the way to a local hospital, where she had to be intubated.
"We ended up shocking her three times on scene and two en route," one Phoenix firefighter told the outlet. "I've never shocked anyone five times."
Miraculously, the mom of four woke up and immediately gestured for a pen and piece of paper, with which she scribbled down, "It's real." When asked what her note referenced, Hines responded by "pointing up to heaven with tears in her eyes," according to her niece.