The Creepiest Last Words People who have witnessed the final moments of another person’s life firsthand have often reported all kinds of strange things taking place that really make one wonder what really does happen to a person as they take their last breath. Here are just a few examples of such firsthand accounts of the most interesting, and at times creepy, last words of those who have left us for the other side. Waiting Patiently My mom was watching over my great-grandfather in the hospital. He’d been unresponsive for a day or so, when suddenly he said: “It’s about damn time you got here! I’ve been waiting!” And then he died. __________ Leaving On a High Note I’m a nurse and was previously working at an assisted living community on the dementia/Alzheimer’s unit. My very favorite patient had been declining pretty steadily so I was checking on him very frequently. We would have long chats and joke around with each other, but in the last two weeks of his life, he stopped talking completely and didn’t really acknowledge conversation directed at him at all. I finished my medication rounds for the evening and went to see him before I left. I told him I was leaving for the night and that I’d see him the following day, and he looked me in the eyes and smiled SO genuinely and said, “You look like an angel.” I thought it was so sweet because he had not seemed lucid in weeks. He died the next morning. It really messed with me. __________ Secrets Revealed I overheard an old lady whisper this to her old husband dying of kidney problems. “You are going to beat this, you got away with murder, this is nothing.” __________ Now That’s Just Creepy… “But I don’t know how to get there…” Grandpa in hospice. Hadn’t spoken in days. Died about 2 hours later. __________ Say What Now? My grandfather on his deathbed said, “they have no eyes.” It still give me chills. __________ Mysterious Visitors I had a cousin that had cancer and died when he was a little kid. He once asked his mother why all these people visited and she said: “Because your cousins, aunts, and uncles love you very much and want you to get better” and he answered, “I’m not talking about them, I’m talking about the ones that visit me at night.” __________ Unfinished Business Last year: my grandfather started desperately pleading for his life with his German captors from WWII. The doctor present was smart and said in German: “You are free, Herr Caticature. You are free.” And then he died. .