Employees at a funeral home in Mississippi were in for a bit of a shock Thursday when they opened a body bag to find a man alive. The man, 78-year-old Walter “Snowball” Williams, had been pronounced dead as he had no pulse on Wednesday at 9 p.m., the county coroner explained. Fortunately, as workers at the Porter and Sons Funeral Home were getting ready to embalm Williams, he started kicking in the bag. The coroner said Williams’ pacemaker likely had stopped working, then started again. Williams was brought to a hospital once his family members were notified. "Seemed like he had more life in him again," Martha A. Lewis, Williams' daughter, said.