This is, in my opinion, the single best paranormal story in at least a couple of decades. Reported worldwide, this rundown in the Daily Mirror sums it up well.
On a cold March day in Utah a few weeks back, Lynn Groesbeck somehow lost control of her car and flipped it into the Spanish Fork River. She was killed in the wreck, but her baby, Lily, survived… suspended above the water by her car seat. Nobody saw the wreck.
Some 14 hours later, the car was spotted and police responded. Their first take was that nobody would be alive in such a wreck.
That’s when the voice called out.
All four officers report hearing a woman’s voice crying, “Help! Help us!” from inside the vehicle. In video of the rescue, officers can be heard saying, “Hang on, were coming!” in response to the voice.
Fast forward to 1:50 in the video below to hear the voice better thanks to enhanced audio.
Inside the car: a dead mother and an unconscious, hypothermic baby far too young to speak.
Lily was released from the hospital days later, no worse for the wear. The officers who rescued her compared notes, and they all agree with what they heard… and lack any possible explanation.
Where did the voice come from? What did the officers hear? Did four trained first responders experience the same hallucination at the same time without comparing notes? Was it the voice of a mother from beyond the grave, trying to save her daughter?