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Posted by Trini Kid - - 0 comments

Sup Travellers?! There is a freaky superstition that says that death comes in threes. Have you heard it? Well for a certain Minnesota family it was less of a superstition and more of a harsh reality. The St. Cloud Times reports that a close knit Minnesota couple and their oldest daughter died within days of each other.  

Sandy Schulte, 57, had died a week prior after a long illness. Her mother Sharon Schulte, 76, died less than 24 hours later; father Tom Schulte, 77, died Tuesday, both of them from lung and brain cancer complications. Their surviving daughter and three sons held a joint funeral for them on Friday. The surviving daughter said that they wanted to walk Sandy, who had Down syndrome, to heaven’s gate and that’s exactly what they did.

"It was like, after Sandy died, it was okay for those two to let go," she continues. "They were connected at the soul." 

She stated that Sharon's health clearly deteriorated over time and Tom's health followed after causing all three of them to move into a care center. 

"It’s mixed emotions for the rest of us," their daughter says. "We tried to rally around them, but it was so difficult at the end. It was just too much. We lost half our family in four days' time." 

This story is super sad but also super amazing at the same time. Their deaths could have just been coincidental but it's kind of clear that Sharon and Tom were holding on to life as tightly as possible while Sandy was alive. Their surviving daughter said that the couple wanted to walk their daughter to heaven's gate and in some supernatural, celestial and super spiritual way, it probably happened. It could happen. Why doubt it? Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.