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The human body has things that are unthinkable. This time, like something out of a horror movie, these people have developed real chunks on their heads and sometimes on their limbs. Let’s see right away, the incredible cases of humans with horns:
In China, a grandmother named Granny Zhao said that a 14 cm long horn came out on the left side of her forehead, the scientific community was very impressed by this event, and there is an old Chinese legend that attributes these malformations to demons, and it is that in China these cases are very common because this grandmother is not the only person who has been known with this strange horn on her forehead.
The most accurate explanation for this horrible phenomenon is the “keratinization of the skin” and this can occur for various reasons, such as viral warts, carcinoma and other diseases associated with skin cancer. Usually, these are malignant tumors.
These carcinomas are not only born in the head or the crown of the head, but they can also appear in the hands or feet. It is very curious to see these horns in the head because they look like demonic objects, but deep down they have nothing to do with demons.
The most famous case was that of “Pablo Rodriguez”, a Mexican who, in a very particular way, had in his head a striking horn of 36 cms long, fragmented into three branches; he was famous because he seemed to have the appearance of a being coming out of the infra-dimensions, which brought him a momentary fame until they had to remove him. “Lin Wen Teli”, is a man of Chinese origin who also had the experience of seeing a horn grow from the base of his skull. Saleh Talib Saleh, developed a horn on his head, when he turned 78.
All over the globe, there are cases of horned humans, but it seems that in Asia people are more vulnerable to this phenomenon, either because of genetics or other external factors that lead to the development of this interesting and curious carcinoma in the face.
June 2, 2020