Walter "Snowball" Williams died Wednesday night of natural causes -- or so everyone thought.
The coroner checked his pulse and pronounced him dead at age 78. They put him into a body bag and drove him to a funeral home.
Two hours later, workers were preparing to embalm Williams when, all of a sudden, his body bag started to move.
He began kicking to get out.
"My cousin called me and said not yet," Willaims' nephew, Eddie Hester, said. "I said, 'What do you mean not yet?' He said, 'Dad is still here.'"
When the coroner was asked how it could happen, he said it was simply a miracle.
Doctors believe Williams' pacemaker may have stopped working, and then started up again.