And now we bring you . . . emails from beyond the grave!
— Mchuzimix (@mchuzimix) March 15, 2012
Jack Froese suddenly died in June 2011 aged just 32 from a heart arrhythmia, leaving behind a number of grieving friends and family.
But five months after his death, some of those who were closest to him started receiving mysterious email’s from his account mentioning private conversations they had had with him just before his death.
The family of the Pennsylvania man say no one had his account password and they don’t believe it was hacked.
Internet is with us for a long time, long enough to start creating internet ghost stories: http://t.co/HG88HH0z
— Vladimir Pavlovic (@VldmrPvlvc) March 16, 2012
Ghostwriter? Mysterious Emails Sent From Beyond the Grave http://t.co/8XPXRHEi
— Nightline (@Nightline) March 16, 2012
In the Daily Mail story, the ghostly emailer is speaking to friends and family of events that happened after his death, but:
Beyond the Grave: How one company will send emails from you after you're gone http://t.co/rHC0MFxW
— Liberationtech (@Liberationtech) March 15, 2012
If you could haunt via the internet from beyond the grave, who would you choose and what would you say? http://t.co/cRsjPdcn
— Jo Ashline (@JoAshline) March 15, 2012
Boooo! BOOOOOOO! If you mess around on me, Imma haunt your butt!