An dead man plays a prank on his friends by arranging with a barber to post festive cards after his death. Wise or cheeky?
A man from the US state of Oregon has stunned friends and relatives by sending them Christmas cards, two months after his own death.
The 34 handwritten cards were sent and signed by Chet Fitch, who died in October aged 88, with "Heaven" given as the return address.
In a message on the cards, Mr Fitch said God had allowed him back to Earth specially to deliver the cards.
But his barber told local media they had planned the ruse together.
Patty Dean, 57, was quoted by the Ashland Daily Tidings newspaper as saying Mr Fitch had approached her with the idea in 1987, saying he wanted to play one last trick on people after his death.
She said he told her a week before his death that she would probably be able to send the cards this year.
[Source: BBC News]