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If You Don't Believe In Super Humans Then Check Out This List



With more and more of imaginations flowing through the brains of creative artists and especially that of VFX people, we all have witnessed the evolution of characters on reel screen becoming real life superheroes. 
Starting from superheroes of Marvel to DC Comics, the fantasy world just doesn't stop. When all happens to be the imagination of writers, it turns out that there might be a hidden clue in our world visible to only those gentlemen. You needn't worry but, because there are magically gifted people living with us in real life with the powers to attract steel and what not. Yes, it's hard to put faith into views like this since in a world of people wearing pragmatic glasses don't believe in anything unless they see it. 
Believe it or not, the lives of these 10 people you're about to read will not cease to exist just because one doesn't says so:
Tony Cicoria
Tony Cicoria
Don't know how to play the piano? Get hit by lighting, and then you may know by God's grace. Don't know about you, but the same instance happened with Tony. He was out at a payphone talking to his mom, lightning struck him, and the technically dead person was brought back from the dead by doctors at the scene. 
The scenario gets interesting now as the person who was never associated with piano in his entire life suddenly found himself being inclined towards piano music. Never knew how to play but the urge within made him purchase a piano and later without even taking any tutorials, he started to compose melodies playing in his head and named his first piece as "The Lightning Sonata". 
Now, he does several recitals and the doctors still have no clue about how did it all happen.
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The woman probably prefers not to disclose her name, but we'll tell you what she can do, at least. She has the ability to melt ice with her bare hands whenever she desires to heat them up. The story goes like, one day a high-intensity shock passed through her body via a faulty lamp. To all the skeptics, she even proved the same by sitting on ice and making it melt. See the cracks appear as it melts, pictured
Magneto - Nikolai Kryaglyachenko
Magneto - Nikolai Kryaglyachenko
Just call him Magneto until the time you figure out how to pronounce the latter. One day Nikolai decided to take some momentary rest on a lamp post, and as he leaned over it, the faulty wire coming out with active current after making contact with him transformed him into the kind of X-men Magneto. 
And the next morning when he moved around the house, all the things made of metal started to attract his body. Mr. Kryaglyachenko is the only human who's ever come this close to being a human magnet since mid-10th Century. Doctors say that it's just because of the sticky skin people like him have.
Franco Magnani
Franco Magnani
Franco wasn't struck with anything but magic, as it turns out he emigrated from Italy to San Francisco in 1960's and started suffering from severe fever. As a part of that, seizures also started to occur making him delirious. On his recovery, he started to imagine vivid images of the town he spent his childhood in; a place he hadn't visited in the last 30 years. And, he thought to express all those imaginary images on a canvas. Being a cook and woodworker later in his life, with no hands-on experience with the strokes of a paintbrush; what he paints now is extraordinarily detailed like a photo. Doctors say that it is because the temporal lobe epilepsy got triggered by the high fever. The sufferers are believed to have obsessive personality leading Franco to paint like a pro.

Jason Padgett
Jason Padgett
In the year 2002, Jason got jumped by two men as he was walking out of a bar and was hit in the head by those men leading to a concussion in the skull. He started to see geometric shapes everywhere he looked at, after returning home and so did not leave his place for the next 3 years. 
And, then he thought of sketching all those on a paper. The result was so full of design and precision. Padgett was always terrible at mathematics, but now he was drawing fractals and mathematical models showing repeating patterns, excelling at sketching of the kind (pictured) without the help of a tool or stencil. Doctors believe that the brain's area responsible for control object boundary formation was affected by the hit on his skull enabling him to see what he could.

Ben Underwood – best proficient human Echolocator
Ben Underwood – best proficient human Echolocator
At the age of 2, Ben was detected with retinal cancer and his eyes were removed for the sake of survival by the time he turned 3. With no visual aide like that of an eye, in order to move the way the world does he decided to use echolocation (detect the location of objects with the help of echoes). 
He started to make frequent clicking noises with his tongue and wait for these clicks to come back as an echo. With the help of this, he could walk like the rest of us; play Football, run, and even ride a bike. By the time he became a teenager, he had become the most proficient human echolocator alive. He was again diagnosed with cancer, and in January 2009 he passed away at the age of 16 years.

"Savant" Lady
“Savant” Lady
Just like #2, we don't know her name but won't disappoint you. A sufferer of savant syndrome was out on a family ski trip and while skiing met with an accident. She became dizzy and nauseated right after that and continued to feel like that for the coming two days. 
After reaching out to a doctor, it was examined that with a concussion, a dislocated shoulder and a broken collarbone was there. Although, she was able to remember everything from the day of the accident; her vision was blurred along with perception but couldn't draw a diagram. Only 50 people are said to suffer from Savant and are believed that they display extra-ordinary skill sets they never had early in life.

Ken Walters
Ken Walters
A person who has faced multiple heart attacks in life after going through an accident in 1986 that broke his back, made him bedridden for a year. He was kicked out of his house in the end. In the year 2005, jobless Ken was living off the government funding. After the third stroke he thought of writing a letter to the nurse but instead of writing found he was doodling. 
An engineer by profession who never doodled before paralysis hit him, according to doctors was the ability of the brain to rewire the damaged areas after a stroke. Know the gaming company Electronic Arts (EA), after some time they got attracted by his art, and now he designs monsters for their games.

Tommy McHugh
Tommy McHugh
A British native was considered to be one of the biggest A-holes in the UK because of his weird habit of punching random people he came by. He even had drug problems. One day, after suffering from a severe headache he consulted the hospital. He was told that due to a ruptured aneurysm, there's a bleed on both sides of his brain which if not operated will lead to his death. 
On his way back to home, he was walking when he observed himself talking in rhyme, and after this, it continued for three months that he started to see strange images. Like others, these images led him to draw, paint, sculpt and even write which he never did in his life earlier. Doctors say the damage done to his frontal lobe is the reason behind all of that. Now, he has eventually become a nicer person too because of his art being exhibited in many of the galleries across the UK.

Jon Sarkin
Jon Sarkin
A chiropractor from South Hamilton, Massachusetts, Jon developed tinnitus (causes ringing in his ears) and hyperacusis (over-sensitivity to a certain range of sound) after six years. To get rid of the symptoms he underwent a surgery during which he suffered cerebellar haemorrhage and a stroke. 
After the surgery, he went deaf in one ear, with splintered vision and skewed balance. Doctors said the changes to be deaf could be permanent and also told him that new connections would be formed inside the brain. 
Fortunately, the connections which happened turned out to be the artistic ones and enabled him to draw. Now, his artwork has been featured in magazines like "Vanity Fair" and other art galleries with some with a worth of more than $10,000.  

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