A man named as Russell Davison, has made an unconventional attempt trying to keep his dead wife, Wendy Davison in his bedroom.

Wendy Davis was diagnosed of cervical cancer in 2006 after the couple’s joint 40th birthday.

They family decided to stick to natural approach of medication as they were not ready for doctors to give “her life over to doctors”.

“We were not prepared to hand her life over to doctors. We wanted to do our own research and do the very best job we could to keep Wendy alive, Russell Davison said.

But their methods as chemotherapy and radiotherapy extended Wendy’s life “by a very long time,”

She died on April 21st  although doctors gave her six months life span from 2014.

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Nevertheless the husband and son decided to again keep the corpse by them as family as long as they could until cremated.

“I did not want her in the mortuary or handed over to a funeral director, I wanted us to take care of her ourselves at our family home, have her in our bedroom so I could sleep in the same room.”

Meanwhile a celebration of Mrs. Davison’s is being held at Derbyshire Cricket Club on Sunday.


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