I am wanting to know if anyone else has had this experience. My 26 yr old healthy husband passed away in his sleep the morning of December 15, 2007. When the alarm went off, I noticed something wasn't right with his coloring and couldn't find a heartbeat so I called 911. They told me that he had been dead for at least two or three hours. They did do an autopsy on my husband and they couldn't find anything. He hadn't been sick for two years and we were eating healthy and very active. No smoking, drinking, or drugs for either of us. So, since they couldn't find anything they put natural causes on his death certificate. Has anyone else experienced the loss of a loved one and they couldn't find a cause?
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