You know a story is going to be interesting when it starts with "I walked into the morgue one time..."
A hospital is a lot like a haunted house, full of gore, panic, and—unfortunately—dead bodies. For many, going to the hospital is the worst case scenario, but it is also a workplace full of people who deal with entrails and bloody messes every day. A recent Reddit thread asked, "Hospital workers of Reddit, what’s the creepiest thing you’ve ever seen?" Prepare for tales of body horror that are not for the queasy.
Dead mouse in patient's shoe.
She had neuropathy in her feet and couldnt feel anything, including weeping ulcers covering both feet, gangrenous toes and apparently a less-than-recently deceased mouse.
A few small amputations, 2 months of IV antibiotics and many wound dressings later, all was well again.