(NDJ) – A Slovakian wife has refused to allow her ‘deceased’ husband back into her life 19 years after he was declared dead.
NDJ World | Published: Jan 02 2013 Unusual
Igor Faber (47) disappeared in 1993 during a hike in the Tartra mountains in Slovakia. After one month of searching for the man, who disappeared without a trace, Igor was officially declared dead and his wife, Renata, was informed about the government’s decision.
Since then, Renata moved on with her life and got herself a new man and a new dad for the two children she had with Igor.
But early December 2012, Igor was discovered living as a homeless man in the city of Prague, capital and largest city of the Czech Republic.
Authorities found Igor during a routine check for the identity of homeless people living in the city.
Renata was notified her husband was found alive 19 years after being declared dead. But instead of rejoicing, she said she didn’t want Igor in her house anymore.
“How could I possibly embrace him again after all these years,” said Renata. “Our two kids have a new dad and I got a new husband.”
Family and friends of Igor believe he ‘wanted out’ 19 years ago because he couldn’t handle the responsibility of his family any longer and more than likely tried starting a new life.
Reportedly, that didn’t happen and now Igor tried to get ‘reunited’ with his original family by providing authorities with his real identity, something he could have done 19 years ago.
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