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TAI DJIN – Kung Fu Werewolf

  Sometimes a story comes along that contains so many fanciful elements one must assume that it is the work of fiction. Such is the story of Su Kong Tai Djin. Tai Djin was born in China in 1849. He was born unique, afflicted with hypertrichosis. Unlike Jo-Jo, who would be born a few decades…

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HORNED HUMANS REVISITED

This 88 year-old horned man from Zheng Zhou, China shows a great example of cortex hyperplasia. The condition results in ‘horn-like’ growths. If should be noted that such horns are technically not really horns at all. Still, what else could one possibly call it? The horn began to grow about 4 months ago when the…

MARTIN LAURELLO – The Human Owl

The gentleman depicted is Martin Laurello, born Martin Emmerling, and he hailed from Nuremburg, Germany. He was an anatomical wonder, able to turn his head 180 degrees. How he accomplished this feat is unknown, however I have seen this trait duplicated. In fact, I recall seeing a video of a U.S soldier performing the same…

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THE MONSTER OF RAVENNA

In March of 1512 a well respected Florentine apothecary named Lucca Landucci made quite a startling entry into his diary. He described a monster born in Ravenna. He described The Monster as having a single horn upon its head, two bat-like wings, and markings upon its chest, a serpentine and hermaphrodic lower body, a single…

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HORNED HUMANS – Wang the Human Unicorn

  Horned humans have a rich background in myth. Also, from the horns of Alexander to the horns of Moses many important figures have been purported to possess horns. While in these cases the horns were a matter of misinterpretation or illusion, many notable naturalists and medical scholars have recorded occurrences of genuine horned humans….