Sometimes people are born with some unique habits and sometimes people try to do something extraordinary on their own. A girl's eyes can work like X-ray or a man can gobble tons of metal. All sounds, unrealistic? But believe me, it does happen. There are people who can do what we even can't imagine.
These people possess superpowers and knowing about them is totally worth your time.
Eskil Ronningsbakken is an artist who travels all around the world and does such kind of daring activities. He is amazing in the art of balancing and has been doing it since he was five.
Lal Bihari is an Indian farmer and activist from Amilo who was declared officially dead between 1975 and 1994. After fighting for nineteen years with the Indian bureaucracy, he proved that he was alive and well.
Francisco Domingo Joaquim's the proud holder of the world record for the world's biggest mouth. His mouth opens seventeen centimeters. And he can fit anything in his mouth.
Michele Kobk from Germany is twenty-six years old. She shrunk her waist from 26 to 16 just by wearing a corset everyday for three years even while sleeping. She wants to reduce it upto 14 inches.
Sadhu Amar Bharati first raised his arm in 1973 in honor of the god Shiva, and hasn't put it down since.
Jill Price remember every little thing since her teens like what time she woke-up, what she ate. Her brain can trigger all the smells, songs, locations etc. She feels burdened as she can't forget things.
Vietnamese herbalist Tran Van Hay was known as for longest hair in the world. Although he never measured his hair, he washed them rarely and never cut them off for about 50 years. He died at the age of 79 in 2010.
Wim Hof's a Dutch world-record holder, daredevil and adventurer. He does have the ability to withstand below freezing temperature. Once he submerged himself in ice for 1 hour and 52minutes.
Cynthia Martell was mad about tattoos. She was found dead on 29 June, 2011 at the age of 53. About 97 percent of her body was covered in tattoos.
Mehran Karimi Nasseri is an Iranian refugee who lived in departure lounge of Terminal One in Charles de Gaulle Airport in France, from August 26, 1988, until July 2006.
Eileen Brown from Boldon has undergone dozens of operations. Her only natural joints left are left hip and left elbow.
Almost forty-three years ago a World War II Japanese soldier by the name of Hiroo Onoda was found in the jungles of Guam, having survived there for nearly three decades.
The twenty-five-year-old Brazilian body builder Romario Dos Santos Alves took the risk to emulate the Incredible Hulk.
Karen Overhill suffering from different personality disorder.She sketched all her different personalities- one where she could sing, dance, write. Her disease was a result of abuse by her father and grandfather when she was toddler. She discovered her condition later. She found bookmarks farther in the books before reading them. She heard voices at night. Although, she have cured from it. Fortunately, she is cured.
In 2010 a 101-year-old Chinese woman named Zhang Ruifang shocked everyone when she developed a devil like horn on top of her head.
Alex Lenkei is a hypnotist with incredible powers of suggestion. Lenkei's powers are so strong that the 68 year-old from Surrey, England, once underwent invasive ankle surgery without anesthesia.
Natasha Demkina is known in her native Russia as the "Girl with X-ray Eyes". She claims to have the ability to see through people's skin. She does accurate medical diagnosis.
A professional wrestler Gino Martino entertains his audiences by smashing things. It's said that better to hit a car than on her head.
In last forty years, Frenchman Michel Lotito ate around Nine Tons of Metal. He is suffering from a mental disorder in which people compulsively eat uneatable things. Even glass, nails can be eaten. He died in 2007 from natural causes unrelated to his eating habits.
Quang Nam Province could not sleep after getting a fever in 1973. His inability to sleep has not only made him famous, but also represents a "miraculous" phenomenon worthy of scientific study.