Maybe It's a disgrace or something related to the descendants of ... whether it is a genetic disorder or a curse ... but this is our world ... anything can happen with permission from god when he wants.
1. Joseph Merrick - Elephant Man
Born in 1862, Joseph Merrick had a physical disorder that leaves grow very large ears when she was five years old. He joined the show in the year 1884, where he was treated well and got a lot of money. Visitors see a doctor and plan to change his life. Joseph Merrick is now known sebenernya he suffered Proteus syndrome and not as elephantiasis of thought. Merrick died at age 27 due to suffocation during sleep.
2. Juan Baptista dos Santos - The man with two penises
Jean (or Juan) Baptista dos Santos is said to have become a "Gipsey", born in Faro, Portugal in 1843. from a normal husband and wife with two other normal children. Career in the show is overseen by the medical team. In 1865, he produced 200.00 francs to perform with a circus in France for two years. He has two functioning penises three scrota dams, two of which had one testicle. Dos Santos said the center used in the scrotum, there is also a pair of testes, but now has been merged with peruts when he was ten years old.
3. Myrtle Corbin - The Four-legged woman
Josephine Myrtle Corbin was born in Lincoln Country, Tennesee in 1868. He was born dipygus, has two adjacent terpusah pelvis from the waist. This additional leg is part of the twin who did not separate properly, like Frank Lentini who had three legs. Each pair of small feet with large feet, he said that could move his little time, but not strong enough for walking. He punga four daughters and one son.
4.Mademoiselle Gabrielle - Female Half
Born in Basle, Switzerland, in 1884, Gabrielle Fuller first reply in the circus in Paris Exposition in 1900. He did travel with the Ringling Brothers Circus performed in the show Dreamland Coney Island. He was married twice, first with John de Fuller. He's got the perfect body that ended at the waist.
5. Mary Ann Bevan - Women worst
Mary Ann Webster was born in London, England in 1874, with seven brothers. When young, he worked as a nurse and in 1903 married a vegetable seller, Thomas Bevan. Shortly after the marriage, Mary Ann began to show symptoms of acromegaly, an abnormal enlargement due to growth and dysfunction in the face, such as headaches, blurred vision and muscle and joint pain. He had four children before Thomas died in 1914.
6. Martin Laurello - Owl Man
Pira was named Martin Laurello born Martin Emmerling in Nuremburg, Germany in 1886. He began acting in Europe at the age of 20s and continuing into the United States in 1921. He appeared several times at Coney Island and worked also for the Ringling Bros., Barnum & Baileys performances. He also worked for the Royal American Shows Dick's Best and final year with the 19,945 Ripley appeared in "Perry Popeye" and "Junior Stiles', lobster boy was seven years old.
7. Mme. Clofullia - bearded lady
Clofullia Madame Josephine was born in Switzerland Boisdechene. People say he was born with body hair and a beard seteba; 2 inches at the age of eight. At age eight, he began touring in Europe with his father. In Paris, he met painter Fortube Clofullia and then marry him. He became famous for showing his beard while imitating a Napoleon III. Then, it gave local authorities a very big jewel.
8. Wang - Human Unicorn
In 1930, a Chinese farmer from Mancgukuo met with a Russian banker. The Russians were taking pictures of the farmer and sent his picture to Robert Ripley from the "Believe It Or Not '. Known as Wang, or sometimes called Weng, these farmers sebenernya normal stature, except along the 14-inch horn growing from the back of his head. Ripley offers a lot of money for anyone who could take him perform in Odditorium. However, Wang disappeared from the public in the early 1930s and never heard from again.
9. Lionel - Lion-faced boy
Bibrowsky Stephan was born in 1890 in Ploandia from normal parents. He suffered from hypertrichosis, a rare genetic disorder that occurs throughout the body covered with feathers. There are only about 50 cases of this disorder is known since the Middle Ages. In the case of Lionel, a six-inch long hair covering its body. He was discovered by a German named Meyer when he was four years old and became famous in Europe, where he earned the nickname lion-faced man. Much different from the same animal, of course, he's wearing a dress and slang to the five languages he mastered.
10. Ella Harper - Girl Camel
This writing pitch card from Ella Harper. Pitch card for ad tuh attraksi shows.
"I called camel girl because my knees are facing the rear. I can walk with my hands and feet as you see in the picture. I have traveled to the show for four years and now, in 1886 and I decided to quit and go to school and looking for new activities "
You believe it or not ... it's up to you ... .!!!!!
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