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Dead Man Shocks Family By Returning Home Two Months After His Funeral

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A family was stunned when a man they had been mourning turned up at home two months after his funeral.

Ironically, Aigali Supugaliev’s niece ‘almost collapsed with a heart attack’ when she saw her ‘dead’ uncle alive and healthy.

The 63-year-old had been reported missing from his home in Tomarly, Kazakhstan on July 9.

Aigali Supugaliev poses with his tomstone plate
Aigali Supugaliev poses with his own tombstone plate
Two months later, a DNA test on a decomposed corpse near his home found a 99.92% likelihood it was Mr Supugaliev – the highest probability the test could give.

In fact, without telling his family the missing man had taken up a four-month job on a distant farm.

After his relatives held a funeral and buried the remains, he returned home – later posing with his own gravestone.

His brother Esengali Supugaliev said: ‘When Aigali came home alive and healthy, my daughter Saule, seeing her ‘dead’ uncle, almost collapsed with a heart attack.

‘The DNA analysis had confirmed this was my brother. We believed the results and conducted all the funeral and memorial rites.

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His family had already held a funeral and filled out a death certificate
‘I spent so much money on it, but it is not about the money.’

The DNA test on the body used the dead man’s nail clippings, according to local reports.

Akmaral Zhubatyrova, the scientist who carried out the test, said: ‘It is impossible to state unequivocally that this is the body of a person, relying only on the results of the DNA examination.

‘We should not forget about the remaining 0.08%.’

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