Tiffany Dover isn't dead and likes "Ben" if she ever needs to name a son


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May 15, 2015

HIGDON, Ala. — Tiffany Dover is alive. Sitting across from Tiffany at her kitchen table, this is obvious. She breathes in and out. She gestures with her hands. She laughs generously. Dimples carve into both cheeks when she smiles, which she does a lot. Her eyes are wide and bright and terribly blue.

“I didn’t die that day,” Tiffany tells me. “But the life I knew did.”

I’d been following Tiffany since that day, Dec. 17, 2020. Like thousands of others, I first saw her on a livestream during the national rollout of Covid vaccines to front-line workers, where Tiffany became one of the first people in the U.S. to get a shot. I was also watching when she fainted immediately after, launching a wave of misinformation and conspiracy theories that would eventually unravel her life.
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Oct 5, 2020
Good read; I didn't see the "Ben" part, but maybe it's in the video (didn't watch).

That's one aspect I don't always think about when hearing about the various conspiracies out there: the nuts that hound the innocent folks that have somehow gotten to be the central focus of these things. And there's almost nothing you can do to convince these loons they were wrong, so people like Tiffany (and her friend who also got dragged into it) often have to just live with it.