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World´s Strangest People 6
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Sep 17, 2009 at 05:35 PM


World´s Strangest People: The Torture King
Tim Cridland doesn't seem to feel pain like the rest of people. He astounded everyone by pushing needles into his arms without flinching and he now performs a terrifying act for audiences all over America. Scientific tests have shown that Tim can tolerate much higher levels of pain than are humanly possible. He explains that, by using mind over matter, he is able to push skewers through his body and put up with extreme heat and cold unharmed - but to do this safely he has extensively studied human anatomy, because puncturing an artery could be fatal.

World´s Strangest People: The "Man" who got pregnat twice
Thomas Beatie, a former Hawaiian beauty queen, was born female but underwent sex change surgery in order to wed his partner Nancy legally. As part of the reassignment procedure, the former Tracy LaGondino took male hormones, inducing a beard and an outwardly masculine appearance. He kept his womb and ovaries intact in the hopes of one day having a child. Wife Nancy is infertile.
So when Beatie announced he was expecting the child, of an anonymous sperm donor, a backlash ensued. Critics claimed that as a natural-born woman Beatie was not in fact a man but was merely masquerading as one. But the state of Oregon legally recognizes him as one, and his marriage to Nancy is official and the couple enjoys all the rights and privileges of typical married pairs. He gave birth to his first kid naturally following a 40-hour labor. And now he's pregnant again; his second baby is due June 12, 2009.

World´s Strangest People: The Magnetic Man
The "Magnetic Man"-- defies laws of gravity with an extraordinary ability — applying the power of psycho kinesis he can raise anything from metal pans to marble statues, transport them through the air to affix to his body, then creates a force to keep them there — simply using mind control.
An avid enthusiast of the phenomenon of psychic energy, Miroslaw has developed his skill to manipulate lifeless objects in mid-air to obey his will, even forcing them spin around or shake. His mental powers are so keen that he can jump around while an object is stuck to his head without losing his mental grasp of the item. Miroslaw explains how he employs psycho kinetics to perform these uncanny feats, It works because I load myself with energy (I connect myself to it) and at the same time I wish for the object to raise.
Miroslaw has undergone numerous tests for his perplexing skill which remains unexplained by conventional science to date. Although Miroslaw Magola is gifted with some of the strangest abilities in the world which are generally regarded as paranormal, his book is filled with protests against exactly this form of categorization. He deals with and discusses things beyond our world, yet describes himself as a radical rationalist and insists on his normality.

World´s Strangest People: The IronMan
57 year-old Manjit Singh, called the "Ironman", holds more than 30 world records including pulling a double decker bus with his hair, lifting 85 kg with his ears, and of course, pulling a Jet also with his ears! On April 2007, Ironman pulled the aircraft -weighting approximately 7.4 tonnes- 12ft along the apron at East Midlands Airport, UK.
Speaking after the record attempt, he said: "I don't feel too bad, I have a little bit of pain around the ears but I'm ok." The attempt raised money for his charity Manjit Fitness, which aims to get children living in his native Mahilpur, India involved in sport.

World´s Strangest People: The Eye Squirting Man
Milk squirting from the eye came into it's own when Jim Chichopn of Milford, Pennsylvania broke the 200 cm barrier with a squirt of 202 cm on the Guinness Word Records television show.
On September 7 2001 the 250 cm threshold was breached when Mike Moraal of British Columbia, Canada managed a milk squirt of 262 cm on French television.
The current record holder is Ilker Yilmaz of Turkey with a squirt of 279.5 cm on September 1 2004 at the Armada Hotel in Istanbul, Turkey.

Last Updated ( Jan 14, 2010 at 05:40 PM )
World´s Strangest People 7
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Sep 17, 2009 at 05:31 PM


World´s Strangest People : The Big Man
Nick Vujicic (born December 4, 1982) is a preacher, a motivational speaker and the director of Life Without Limbs, an organization for the physically disabled. He regularly gives speeches across the world on the subject of disability and hope.

World´s Strangest People : Most Pierced Face
Ring Head Luis Antonio Aguero Torregosa has over 300 holes in his face. This man with his extreme facial decorations is Luis Antonio Aguero, very famous in his homeplace Havana on Cuba. But not only the face of Aguero, who is known as the 'Piercing-king', but also his entire body is pierced with al kind off rings, some of them at very sensitive places.

World´s Strangest People : The Littlest Angel
Kenadie Jourdin Bromley, 5, of Sault Ste. Marie in Canada, has primordial dwarfism. This dwarfism is a genetic condition characterized by abnormal underdevelopment. Kenadie Bromley weighs 14 pounds (6.4 kg) at 5 years old.

Kenadie Bromley defied doctors by surviving past infancy. Bromley has acted in her first movie named Iep! or translated as Cheep! Kenadie Bromley was cast as Viegeltje, a fantasy creature who is half-girl and half-bird. A birdwatcher couple helped Viegeltje to recover from her ill health and then they struggle to let her go.
Brianne Jourdin, Kenadies mother, took her and her younger brother Ty to the productions location in Amsterdam. Iep! will be released in 2009.

World´s Strangest People : The Inspiring Boy
Treacher Collins Syndrome affects approximately 1 out of 50,000 people. It can be a mild, moderate, or severe case. TCS affects the development of bones and tissues in the face. In severe cases, underdevelopment of the facial bones may restrict an infants airway, causing potentially life threatening respiratory problems.
TCS can be inherited through a gene, or be a spontaneous mutation. Approximately 40% of the time a parent has the condition, and passes it on to their child. The other 60% of cases result from a new mutation of a TCS gene.
TCS is most evident at birth through a variety of facial and physical deformities.

* down-slanting eyes
* notched lower eyelids
* absence of cheek bones and/or eye sockets
* small lower jaw
* malformed or absent ears
* difficulties breathing and/or eating
* moderate to severe hearing loss
* cleft lip and/or palate
* complications with speech

Last Updated ( Jan 14, 2010 at 05:43 PM )
World´s Strangest People 8
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Sep 17, 2009 at 05:27 PM


World´s Strangest People: The Zombie Boy
Meet Rick. He's turning himself into a zombie. So far, more than 24 hours of tattoos --costing over $4,075 Canadian dollars-- have got him halfway there and made him a minor celebrity on the internet, where people cant decide if hes a body modification visionary or mentally ill sicko.

World´s Strangest People: The Enigma
You've probably heard about The Enigma. Paul Lawrence is the guy with blue puzzle pieces tattooed all over his body who has made a name for himself performing stunts such as sword swallowing, pushing a moving power drill up his nose and swallowing various liquids, pumping them out of his stomach and swallowing them again. The Enigma is also an accomplished musician.

World´s Strangest People: The Unstoppable
With a name like unstoppable youd be stupid to give up on the modifications after a couple of earrings. this guy has surely the largest nostrils in the western world (if you look closely im almost certain you can see his brain) plus a huge array of other body mods to his name including scars cut into his cheeks and forehead, a split tongue, domes implanted under the skin of his forehead and many many more

World´s Strangest People: The Living Art
Etienne Dumont is an art & culture critic for a newspaper in Geneva who just happens to be covered head to toe in some of the most vibrant tattoos ever mande. He also has silicon implants under the skin which give the horned appearance, 2.7 inch rings in each earlobe and plexiglass piercings through the nose and under his bottom lip. And he claims to wear his tattoos like art.

World´s Strangest People: The Zebraman
A professional freak and sideshow performer, Horace Ridler exhibited himself as The Great Omi or The Zebra Man. Horace was an English aristocrat who returned from the First World War to Twenties' London where he began his transformation into one of the world's greatest oddities. Tattooed from head to foot in black and white stripes, he became Omni - the Zebra Man. As the years wore on the Omis appearance became more and more outrageous as did his personality. He took to wearing lipstick and nail polish and signed his pitch cards, the Barbaric Beauty. Despite his appearance, underneath it all, Im just an ordinary man, he insisted shortly before his death in 1969.

Last Updated ( Jan 14, 2010 at 05:44 PM )
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