It is one of my biggest fears. I don't know what it is about dead bodies but the thought of a dead body just freaks me out. Recently I had a friend share with us that they had been near a dead body and not realized it.

Our friend feeds homeless cats and he was shocked when he found out he had been feeding cats just feet away from a dead body for several days. Of course, when he shared the story with us I was mortified and could not even fathom being the person that stumbled upon a dead body.

Phil Robertson Via YouTube
Phil Robertson Via YouTube
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Jase Robertson from Duck Dynasty recently shared a story that had me feeling all kinds of uneasy. Jase share with the "Unashamed" audience the time he drove up on a body in the middle of the road.

Keep in mind, most of us are on the struggle bus early in the morning. Imagine trying to get in the mood to be awake at 4 am when someone calls you and tells you that you need to watch out for the body in the middle of the road.

Jase Robertson recounted the story to his Dad Phil and Brother Al of how his fellow hunting buddy had called minutes before he drove up on the body lying in the middle of the road. Jase said that they called 9-1-1 although they were convinced because of the position of the body, that there was nothing they could do to help.

Jase Robertson said that the person was wearing pajama pants and his feet looked really dirty as if he had been walking along the roadway. So Jase decided to start yelling really loud. All of a sudden the "dead" body on the side of the road started to move. You can hear the crazy story for yourself by watching the video below.

Phil Robertson Via YouTube, Getty Images
Phil Robertson Via YouTube, Getty Images
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