A cemetery is trying to be innovative in the field of death by offering its clients coffins with a built-in sensor that can detect any movement inside the box.

The cemetery Camino a Canaan in Santiago, Chile is trying to avoid the worse case scenario where someone is buried alive. "We want families to rest assured that if a case like this ever happens their loved ones will be immediately rescued."

"We want to be pioneers and avoid catalepsy cases, in which a person gets completely paralyzed for a few hours and ends up buried as if they were dead," a spokesperson for the cemetery said.