- Shanyna Isom’s body is covered in hard scabs suffocating her skin.
- All hair on her body has been replaced by ‘nails’.
- Doctors have no clue as to what the disease is or how to cure it.
- Treatment has bankrupted her and her family and left her with £160,000 unpaid medical bills..
Category: Tragic Bizarre
It is very rare for one to risk his own life to save strangers who need help. When one does, however, he or she is called a hero, and is given such praise publicly, even mentioned in the news headlines the next day.
Unfortunately for JinJie Deng, he did not get the treatment he deserved. View full article »
Werewolf Syndrome, or hypertrichosis, is an extremely rare medical condition caused by a genetic mutationthat affects one in a billion people, with only approximately 100 documented cases throughout the world.
This disorder creates an overproduction of unwanted thick hair on the face and body. View full article »
A man raped and murdered his close friend’s nine-month pregnant girlfriend.
After killing Nikitta, Carl Whant, 27, set fire to her bed to cover up his crime, a court heard yesterday.
Whant cold bloodedly plunged a knife into the stomach of Nikitta Grender, 19, which penetrated through to the liver of her unborn baby daughter, the jury was told. View full article »
KABUL: Afghan police have rescued a teenage girl who was beaten and locked up in a toilet for over five months after she defied her in-laws who tried to force her into prostitution, officials said on Tuesday. View full article »
She dumped the naked woman in front of her lover’s house and asked him to collect his wife View full article »
It was supposed to be a routine outpatient surgery to remove some growths from Kim Grice’s head. But something went horribly wrong during the Tuesday morning procedure and a flash fire seared Grice’s face and neck. View full article »
A DISTRAUGHT mother listened on a mobile phone as her teenage daughter was eaten alive by a brown bear and its three cubs. View full article »
A massive glass board fell on the girl’s hand while she was in the classroom
Doctors in Abu Dhabi spent nearly seven hours in a successful surgery to stitch back the fingers of a little Emirati school girl after they were cut off when a glass board fell on her hand, a newspaper said on Thursday. View full article »