Air Pressure dad dwelling from deployment surprises household by pretending to be useless in a coffin

NASHVILLE — The Seamons household needed nothing greater than their father to return from his one-year deployment to Bahrain, however consistent with the continued pattern of emotionally manipulating your youngsters for social media acquire, Air Pressure Senior Grasp Sgt. Invoice Seamons delivered a coffin to the entrance door of his residence and hid inside it, sources confirmed right now.

Seamons made his most up-to-date homecoming his most stunning and unbelievable but, and the psychotic mom, Tara, was in on the entire thing. She recorded the child’s response to opening the door and seeing coffin, which was draped with an American flag, laid silent at their doorstep with two airmen in service costume blues. The coffin had a letter connected to it that Invoice wrote to his household within the occasion of his demise, apologizing for dying and that he gained’t be round any longer to observe them develop up.

“I’m so happy with all of you and the individuals you might have grown as much as be,” the youngest within the household, Billy, learn aloud, his voice quivering with grief. “I solely request that you simply open my casket and provides me one final kiss earlier than I’m buried with my brothers. I really like you with all my coronary heart and I miss you very a lot, Daddy,” he continued, because the household started to cry uncontrollably as he completed the letter.

The mom inspired Billy to open the casket, and when he did, Seamons burst out and yelled, “SURPRISE!” When the household seemed up, their father was standing in entrance of them, alive and nicely.

The household’s joyous response to seeing their dad after an entire 12 months, and briefly believing that he had been killed in motion, has introduced many individuals to tears as they’ve watched the second on-line, in accordance with Navy Homecoming Analytics, a agency that focuses on measuring social media response to movies of returning service members.

The Seamons household are used to their father’s antics. One time the daddy despatched a faux beheading video posted to YouTube, solely to be adopted by Invoice revealing himself as one of many terrorists and enjoying the Rick Roll track.

“I’m going to share this response video with the entire web,” mentioned Seamons of his newest video. “I’m certain we’ll be on Ellen, Jimmy Fallon, and James Cordon in a couple of weeks after which this entire factor might be well worth the years of remedy my youngsters should endure.”