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A Woman Who Was Dead For 27 Hours Describes Her Experience With A Doodle: "It Is Real"

A Woman Who Was Dead For 27 Hours Describes Her Experience With A Doodle: "It Is Real"
A Woman Who Was Dead For 27 Hours Describes Her Experience With A Doodle: "It Is Real"

Video: A Woman Who Was Dead For 27 Hours Describes Her Experience With A Doodle: "It Is Real"

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A woman who was "technically dead" for nearly half an hour scribbled a note for her family moments after she was resurrected in an Arizona hospital.

Tina Hines suffered cardiac arrest in February 2018 when she and her husband Brian were out for a walk. She collapsed, her husband gave her first aid and resuscitated her twice before paramedics arrived on the scene, the Good Morning Arizona program reported.

On the way to the hospital, Tina was revived six more times by doctors, effectively dying for a total of 27 minutes.

After being resurrected, with a tube in her mouth, Tina, who could barely speak, gestured for a pencil and paper to be passed to her and wrote "It's real."

When asked what he meant, she pointed up.

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"It was so real, the colors were so vibrant," Tina told AZfamily.com.

He claimed to have seen a Jesus-like figure standing by bright, glowing yellow doors.

Tina's niece, Madie Johnson, had a barely legible copy of the script tattooed on her wrist. "Her story is too real not to share and has given me greater confidence in a faith that is often not seen," she wrote on Instagram.

Tina's near-death experience is not an isolated case.

While most people have no memory while technically dead, about 10 to 20 percent recall some sort of visual or sensory episodes over time, according to studies.

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