Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Daughter Moved To US Only To Find Her Dead Mother Watering Plants Outside Her UK Home On Google Earth.

Do you believe that our loved ones continue to exist in the veil after they've passed on? For some it's difficult to believe, and yet, a part of them wants to because they're having a rough time letting go and saying goodbye. Then again, it's difficult to not be shocked when your deceased mother pops up on Google Earth seemingly alive. While rare, it does happen, but is it something supernatural or just a technological glitch?

Imagine if by some miracle you had the chance to see someone you lost one more time.

For one woman, it wasn't a theory or a strong desire, it was a fact when she went on Google Earth and saw her mother, who passed away 18 months ago, watering her plants outsider her home in the UK.

Imagine if by some miracle you had the chance to see someone you lost one more time.

Denise Underhill had moved from the UK to Florida long ago, but she missed her mom.

Sadly, she had passed away months ago, but as she was working in her yard at her home in the States, she felt this urge to speak to her mom one last time, so she searched for her old home on Google Earth.

Denise Underhill had moved from the UK to Florida long ago, but she missed her mom.

Beryl Turton had lived in Tamworth, Staffordshire until the time of her demise.

Denise knew that talking to her mom would be impossible, but she felt nostalgic, so she went on the popular search engine to see if the new owners of her mom's old home had changed anything.

Beryl Turton had lived in Tamworth, Staffordshire until the time of her demise.

The last thing that Denise expected was to see her mom working in the front garden.

In a way, Denise wasn't surprised that that Google Street View had captured her mom doing something she loved and did quite often, but it made the shocked daughter extremely emotional to see Beryl once again.

The last thing that Denise expected was to see her mom working in the front garden.

Ironically, Denise's experience isn't an isolated incident.

Dustin Moore and his brother usually search the streets of Portland, Oregon on Google Maps. It's a healthy way of passing the time, but they were equally shocked when they saw their deceased grandmother on one of the captured images.

Ironically, Denise's experience isn't an isolated incident.

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