An unexplained mystery is currently being investigated at the Stellenbosch Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa.
A man has spontaneously disappeared from his hospital bed within seconds. He was found thirteen days later inside the ceiling of the hospital, a so-called isolated area.
This weird disappearance story starts earlier this month when a 61-year-old man is admitted to the Paarl Hospital for an abdominal surgery. After the operation, the man is transfered to the Stellenbosch Hospital for recovery.
A nurse takes care of the man on October 5th, and leaves the room less than a minute to fetch clean linens. When she returns, the man was gone, had spontaneously disappeared from his bed from which he couldn’t move from.
Hospital staff and police have no idea how he could have gotten there, particularly in his post-operative state.
Thirteen days later, the man’s body was found inside the ceiling of the hospital in what’s been described as an “isolated area,” and nobody knows how:
Prior to his disappearance a nurse was attending to him. When she went to get clean linen‚ the patient disappeared. Sadly, the patient’s body was discovered 13 days later in an isolated area in the ceiling, which is difficult to reach. There is currently construction work being carried out at the hospital which also contributed to the difficulty of the search. The circumstances relating to how the patient got access to the ceiling are currently being investigated.
Did this man have somehow teleported into the ceiling? Spontaneous teleportation is possible, at least in labs… So why not in a hospital.