A story in the Guinness Book of World Records is going viral.
It was recorded on December 21, 2011 by an Irish woman, Tamako Love, in New York City.
The story told the story of a man who had a heart attack while on a cruise ship and had to be resuscitated in the hospital.
She recorded it on her phone in the early hours of the morning, and the video quickly went viral, gaining more than three million views.
Ms Love says she was in New Jersey at the time and was on a tour of the Jersey Shore when she received a call from a woman who had heard about the story.
“She told me she heard about it from somebody who lived on the coast and she was thinking, ‘Why did he have to go to the hospital?
It was his holiday,'” Ms Love said.”
I was like, ‘Well, what’s going on?’ and she said, ‘He had to go home to visit his family, and he was a real Christmas story.'”
The other woman who saw the video was like ‘Well that’s a bit much, is it?’
“The woman asked Ms Love to come on board to help.”
The captain asked me if I wanted to come onboard and I said, I don’t know, I’m not a real story and I didn’t think this was a Christmas story,” Ms Love recounted.”
And she said it was.
I said it wasn’t and she started crying and it was the worst Christmas story I’d ever heard.
“Ms Love said she thought the story was just another tourist-y tale about the holiday season, but when she got to the island where the cruise ship was headed, she was met by locals who were all very excited to see the real Christmas spirit.”
The story of this man who survived a heart operation and was resuscitated and had the heart attack is real.””
And the captain said, well, I can’t say anything about it, but it’s all true.
The story of this man who survived a heart operation and was resuscitated and had the heart attack is real.”
It’s a story of hope and determination that resonates with thousands of people across the world.
The video has been watched more than seven million times.
But Ms Love says the woman in New Hampshire who told the man she was a story told it was fake.
“So I thought, well I just want to put it out there because if people don’t believe it, I might have some sort of reaction,” she told ABC News.
“Then I thought of the people who saw it and said, what did they think about it?
What did they say to you?
And I thought I had to say it to them.”
Ms Lovas heart attack happened in December 2011 on the Caribbean cruise ship Carnival Triumph.
“At the time I was really feeling pretty good, and I just went to bed feeling very good,” she recalled.
“When I woke up the next day I thought my heart had broken.”
Her heart stopped for a while, but Ms Love was able to recover enough to go back to the cruise line.
“In those days, I didn�t have my phone with me, so I went to the bathroom and went to my room, and after I got out I started crying, because I was so upset and I was just crying,” she recounted.
Ms Lovascat’s heart attack was a reaction to a medication she had taken to fight depression, and she began feeling ill again.
“That night I went home and I went straight to bed and I think I was asleep for about 20 minutes and I woke back up and it had already started again,” she explained.
“It was the night before Christmas, and then my heart started to really feel really bad, and so I thought well, this is not Christmas at all.
She had to leave the cruise to get her medication.”
This time I thought ‘I’ve got to get this medication and I have to get back home’.
“So the next morning I went out to the boat and went into the water and I got a lot of relief because I had stopped having my heart attack and I started feeling better.”
She says she went back to work after her treatment, and was diagnosed with a severe case of post-traumatic stress disorder.
“Because I had my heart stopped and I had PTSD and depression, I couldn’t work,” she described.
“My work was really hard and I wasn’t happy.”
Ms Loving says the incident was just one of many that happened while she was travelling in Europe.
“You have so many different people who are in your life and your work and you have people who know you, but you don’t realise it, and they don’t have the opportunity to be there for you,” she noted.
“Sometimes people do it because it is a good way to get