When 14-year-old Michael Sinkfield stepped onto his school bus Monday morning, he immediately felt that something was off.
As he climbed up the stairs of the bus, he heard shrieks from some of the students and when he turned to face his peers, many burst into tears and a friend leapt up from his seat to hug him.
To the students on the bus -- and to nearly everyone else in the small town of Fishers, Indiana, Michael was a walking ghost. He had died in a car accident the previous night.
His friends were going to place flowers on Michael's seat in the classes that he would be missing on Monday. They planned to wear red to school on Tuesday in his memory. But there he was, standing at the front of the bus, unscathed, without a single scratch on his entire body.
Michael's 'death' turned out to be a prank pulled by someone who found his phone, which he had lost over the weekend, the Indianapolis Star reported.
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