This story was told to me by my sister taking up medicine in a famous University in Cavite, Philippines.
They are on there first year, first semester. They are studying anatomy. They were assigned one cadaver per group of eight students. Those cadavers that they are using are unclaimed body from the hospital morgue, usually accident victims or murdered victims. Those bodies were soaked in formalin for about ninety days to preserve the body while waiting for a family member to claim the body.
They were on the middle part of the semester when they saw a piece of paper on the leg part of the cadaver containing a mobile number. One of her group mates called the number and asked who that person was because they found the phone number on the cadaver. The lady broke down in tears and asked if the cadaver had a tattoo, the description fit the description of the tattoo on the cadaver. The family claimed the cadaver on the same day. They had been looking for their father for more than four months because he never returned home.
The very odd thing is where the paper came from, since before the cadaver is preserved they are being washed and cleaned. They had been working on that cadaver for more than a month, why had they not seen the paper when they first turned the cadaver over?