Horrified TikToker sees ‘HUMAN HAIR’ poking out of a 100-year-old grave as users guess floods ‘bring up bodies’


A SHOCKED TikToker discovered a massive clump of “human hair” poking out of a 100-year-old grave, prompting users to wildly counsel that heavy floods may convey up our our our bodies.

Joel Morrison, 37, of California made the horrifying discovery as he visited Saint Joseph’s Catholic Cemetery in Sacramento.

Californian Joel Morrison found a massive clump of ‘hair’ rising from a tombstone in SacramentoCredit: Jam Press
TikTok users were left disturbed by the grisly find
TikTok users had been left disturbed by the grisly uncoverCredit: Jam Press

He noticed a massive wad of hair rising from a crack of the headstone.

Joel was left shocked by the invention and wasn’t positive it was “real” at first.

The handyman acknowledged: “But upon nearer inspection, I noticed that it was undoubtedly human hair coming out of the grave.”

TikTokers had been left horrified and spooked by the grisly footage.

One acknowledged: “Pull on the hair and if it screams – run.”

Another shopper commented: “Why am I so creeped out?”

The horrifying uncover prompted some to take a place what had occurred.

One viewer acknowledged: “Y’all: this undoubtedly can happen, considerably after heavy floods and rain. This can, sadly, convey up the our our our bodies.”

A shopper claimed: “It seems like they’re buried near a tree. A funeral director once suggested not to be buried near trees as something like this might happen.”

Other Tiktokers urged that an animal discovered the outlet and tried to make a mattress in its nest, whereas one viewer acknowledged it appeared equivalent to the grave had been moved.

The clip was thought-about bigger than 1.5 million occasions and has obtained bigger than 290,000 likes.

Joel returned to the tombstone days later and positioned the hair apparently pushed as soon as extra into the crack.

He urged that there was a massive tree near the grave and its roots had grown up into the tombstone.

Joel acknowledged: “Then once the grave was opened squirrels, rodents, and whatever other animals were free to go in and out. It looks like maybe they were trying to nest in the human hair.”

The handyman is planning to take a pattern of the hair to the coroner’s workplace to determine whether or not or not or not it is human.

Joel plans to take the hair to the coroner's office as he tries to identify whether it's human
Joel plans to take the hair to the coroner’s workplace as he tries to determine whether or not or not or not it is humanCredit: Jam Press

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