Last Updated on May 31, 2020 by Darshan Modi
Super humans with real superpowers do exist in real life and one may be hidden within you as well.
Am sure each one of you reading this list would be biggest fan of Stan Lee’s Superhumans & Marvels superheroes and their super powers.
These are normal human beings like you and me but with something special & extraordinary about them.
Go through this exclusive list of real life super humans on earth and unleash the superhuman within you!!!
Also don’t forget to let me know which one’s you liked the best in the comments section.
1. Aaron Evans – The Human Spring
Aaron Evans can perform superhuman gymnastic stunts.
Aaron can somersault over three moving cars faster than any other human in just 29 seconds,
His feat has earned him a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.
The cars were moving towards him at a speed of 30…Read more
2. Akiane Kramarik – Child Prodigy
Akiane Kramarik began drawing at the young age of four and is also a very good poet.
Akiane says that God spoke to her when she was 4 years old encouraging her to paint what she saw in her dreams and visions.
She began by drawing and when she was 5, Akiane advanced to painting. She sold her first portrait for US$ 10,000…Read more
3. Alonzo Clemons – The Sculpting Savant
Alanzo Clemons was gifted with a superhuman ability which would allow him to mould sculptures by just taking a look at the picture for hardly few seconds & perfectly mould them in hardly few hours.
When Alonzo Clemons was young, he suffered a severe brain injury but even before that, his mother had spotted some hints of the gift of sculpting.
When he was two years old, Alonzo Clemons started molding Play-Dough and he never put it down; he would mold it into various different shapes for hours and hou…Read more
4. Annalisa Flanagan – The Human Megaphone
Annalisa Flanagan is gifted with the superhuman ability to generate sounds with her mouth which is as loud as a jet engine.
This achievement captured the whole world’s attention.
The sound she made was equivalent to a fully packed musical concert or a loud jet engine.
All this enormous sound coming from just on…Read more
5. Anne Jones – World’s Fastest Speed Reader
Anne Jones is the world’s fastest speed reader. She can read up to 4,700 words per minute at 67% accuracy.
Anne developed her reputation from reading Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in 47 minutes.
She is the World Speed Reading Champion six times over.
She is a speed reading trainer and teacher who reads to audiences all over the worl…Read more
6. Arthur Lintgen – The Man who can read the Grooves
Arthur Lintgen can identify the music on a vinyl record by examining the pattern of the grooves.
Arthur claims no special powers, his skill comes from an extensive knowledge of classical music, the ability to recognise the structure of the Vinyl and by examining the grooves he can identify the length and volume of the movements.
By combining his knowledge he can identify the musi…Read more
7. Ashrita Furman – Most Guinness World Records Holder
Ashrita Furman has been breaking world records since the year 1979 and is known for breaking 600 official Guinness World Records.
In 2009, Ashrita Furman became the first person ever to hold 100 Guinness World Records all at once.
In 2011, Furman cycled underwater at Coimbra in Portugal.
He broke the record for the longest distance covered which was 1.8…Read more
8. Ben Lee – World’s Fastest Electronic Violinist
Ben lee has a super amazing brain and reactions that are beyond ordinary which enables his hands to move at supersonic speeds while playing the violin, (majorly) guitar and piano.
Ben Lee has worked with some of the most notable musicians including Emmy the Great, Goldfrap, Gorillaz, Mel C, White Lies, Lightspeed Champion and Arctic Monkeys.
One of his greatest achievements was breaking David Garrett’s record by playing Flight of the Bumblebee in 54.24 seconds compared to David who played it in 58.515 seconds.
He still holds…Read more
9. Ben Underwood – The Echo Locator
Ben Underwood lost his sight but was able to locate different objects and move around just by making clicking sounds with his tongue.
In 1992, when Ben Underwood was two years old, he did not at all complain about his right eye.
The cancer had consumed his right eye really bad that it had to be removed.
The doctors tried to save his left eye with a series…Read more
10. Bob Munden – World’s Fastest Shooter
Bob Munden is the fastest exhibition shooter with handguns, rifles and shotguns who received the title â€œFastest Man with a Gun Who Ever Lived in the Guinness book of World Records.
Bob Munden developed his shooting skills with the help of shooting archery.
He became California State Marbles Champion when he was in his sixth grade itself.
The recognition given by Guinness records to him are Fastest Gun, Quickest…Read more
11. Brad Williams – Inspiring American Comedian & Actor
Brad Williams overcame Dwarfism to become one of America’s top comedians.
Brad Williams was born with a genetic disorder, achondroplasia which caused dwarfism.
He attended Sunny Hills High School in California and then the University of Southern California.
Brad’s dwarfism is due to genetics, but his sense of humour, energy and superior comedic…Read more
12. Bruce Lee – The Legend Of Martial Arts
Bruce Lee wasn’t just a Hollywood sensation, but his speed, agility and strength in boxing, martial arts and all around fitness was better than anyone has ever seen.
Bruce Lee was named one of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century by Time Magazine.
He was voted at the Greatest Movie Fighter Ever by Houston Boxing Hall of Fame in 2014.
There has been a lot of discussion as to whether or not Bruce Lee was a superh…Read more
13. Byron Ferguson – The Incredible Archer
Byron Ferguson can shoot an arrow from a Longbow with such accuracy that he can slice a playing card in half, from the side.
He can shoot coins out of the air and a diamond out of a ring with his naked eye – without using any additional sights or tools for accuracy.
Byron does archery shows all over the world where he demonstrates his accurate shooting skills, his biggest show ever being in France where he performed for 70,000…Read more
14. Chris Robinson – Dream Detective
The dreams of Chris Robinson have a tenancy to come true.
On August 5, 2001 Chris dreamed about a plane being hijacked and flying into two large tower blocks.
He continued to have the dream in greater intensity and write to the US Embassy in London to warn them.
The dreams because a tragic reality on 11 September 2001 when hijacked planes flew into the Twin…Read more
15. Claudio Pinto – The Eye Popper
Claudio Pinto can pop out both his eyes 95% outside their sockets.
Eye popping can cause severe strain but for Pinto it’s a cake walk.
Claudio Pinto is gifted by the ability to pop both his eyes to 4 cm which is difficult to believe until you really see it by yourself.
Claudio Pinto is recognized for his skills and is a record holder in Br…Read more
16. Daniel Browning Smith aka Rubberboy – Most Flexible Person In The World
Daniel Browning Smith is a Superhuman contortionist & guinness book of world records holder for most flexible person in the whole world who is better known by the name rubberboy or rubber boy.
When Daniel was small he would jump from bed and land in a straddle split for the amusement of his family.
He earned his first ever Guinness World Record for “Fastest Time Getting Into A Locked Straitjacket”.
Daniel Browning Smith who is around 38 years old now is the Guinness World Record holder and the host of the world’s most popular television show Sta…Read more
17. Daniel Kish – A Master Of Echolocation
Daniel Kish has been blind since he was a year old and has has taught himself to see using sound waves.
Daniel Kish was born with retinoblastoma, an aggressive form of eye cancer.
By the time he was thirteen months old both his eyes had been removed to save his life.
Daniel believes the world should not be treating the blind differently and the blind should seeing themselves as disabled, but that all should only be seeing blindness as an…Read more
18. Daniel Tammet – The Mathematical Genius
Daniel Tammet has astonishing memory, can learn a language in just a week and also possesses the ability to calculate complex mathematical problems in his mind.
As a young child, Daniel suffered from epilepsy.
He had participated in World Memory Championships, once placing at 11th place in 1999 and once at 4th place in 2000.
Daniel Tammet is one of the rare people that have been diagnosed with the high-functioning…Read more
19. Das Uberboy – The Muscle Kid
Das Uberboy has very strong muscles which he was surprisingly born with.
Das Uberboy (not his real identity) was born with ripped muscles like those of a body builder which happened to shock a lot of nurses and doctors.
It has however been said that some of his family members are known for having excessive strength including his granddad. His mother also used to be a sprinter.
This was caused by a genetic disorder that eliminates myostatin gene; one that limits muscl…Read more
20. Dashrath Manjhi – The Mountain Man
Dashrath Manjhi is the mountain man of India from Bihar who curved path through a mountain for period of 22 years which cliamed her wife Falguni Devi’s life.
The death of Manjhi’s wife Falguni Devi really affected him emotionally on the very night of her death.
Dashrath Manjhi decided to curve a path through the same Gehlour Hill that his wife had passed through in order for other villagers to have easier access through even when there is an urgent need for medical attention.
Even though a lot of people criticized his idea…Read more
21. David Blaine – The Mentalist Magician
David Blaine is a magician, illusionist and can also perform enduring acts.
David has some extremely advanced mental skills and magical skills as well that enables him to perform the very many outstanding feats.
In April 1999, David Blaine was buried underground alive for a whole seven days underneath a 3-ton water-filled tank.
The only means of communication he had was a hand buzzer. Blaine went for 7 days without eating… Read more
22. Dean Karnazes – The Ultramarathon Man
Dean Karnazes (born Constantine Karnazes) is super-endurant and can run for days without his muscles getting tired.
He is famous for running a marathon in each of the 50 American states in just 50 days.
One of Dean’s most notable achievements is when he had ran 350 miles in 80 hours and 44 minutes without sleep.
His athletic achievements led to him writing multiple books, including “Ultramar…Read more
23. Dennis Rogers – Pound for Pound Strongest Man in World
Dennis Rogers is so strong he can bend metal with his bare hands, stop bikes and even prevent planes from taking off.
He has been on television more than 156 times in his life.
Dennis has prevented two planes from taking off with his strength.
In 2006 Ripley’s Believe it Not also gave Dennis the title…Read more
24. Derek Amato – A Musical Genius
After a serious head injury, Derek Amato became a musical prodigy.
At the age of 39 Derek dived into a pool and hit the bottom with his head. He suffered a severe concussion and lost 35% of his hearing.
Five days after the accident Derek visited his friend, a musician and had had an urge to play the piano.
With no formal training or previous ability to play, Derek could play like a mast…Read more
25. Derek Paravicini – The Human Jukebox
Derek Paravicini is able to play any song perfectly after listening to it once – then records the song in his memory for life, dubbing him the name, The Human Jukebox.
While pianists need to read music in order to play it, Derek simply needs to only listen to the song once in order to play it perfectly.
He is extremely mentally impaired, and able to memorize and play every song he has ever listened to, making him a sava…Read more
26. Dickson Oppong – The Human Hydrant
Dickson Oppong drinks 4-5 litres of water and then pumps it all back out of his mouth.
Dickson Oppong grew up in Ghana in a family that was involved in the performing arts.
From an early age Dickson was performing his ability in market squares which is where he was noticed and gained international attention…Read more
27. Dorothy de Low – The Oldest Table Tennis Player
Dorothy de Low was considered the oldest table tennis player in the world during her time. She played for Australia.
In 2010, she was almost 100 years old but won a double competition match.
De Low became very popular around the world at that time and a lot of people wondered how she managed to keep up the pace despite her old age.
Dorothy de Low was not born playing table tennis. She only started playing when she was 50…Read more
28. Edgar Cayce – The Sleeping Prophet
Edgar Cayce is a Christian mystic who was able to provide prophecies of the future, answers from historical questions and diagnostics for illnesses while in a deep trance.
Edgar had a deep desire to help others, which developed at a very early age and lasted throughout his life.
By laying down to meditate before a psychic reading, he would enter a very relaxed state where it was believed he entered a “super-conscious mind”.
A list of 7 of his prophecies which came true include…Read more
29. Eskil Ronningsbakken – The Fearless Superhuman
Eskil Ronningsbakken is a death-defying extremist with the ability to perform acts of balance at the top of cliffs and canyons.
His feats include tightrope walking between two hot air balloons in flight. Eskil says that he is never terrified by death even when he dangles dangerously in the air.
He once did a headstand on a pile of chairs balanced on a rock wedged in a device between two cliffs that were 3500 feet tall.
Ronningsbakken says that he practices yo…Read more
30. Fauja Singh – World’s Oldest Marathon Runner
Fauja Singh has broken a number of world records in multiple age brackets and is still running at 106 years old.
At the age of 93 he completed a 26.2 mile marathon in 6 hours and 54 mins – almost an hour faster than the current record for his age group.
In 2004 he appeared in an Adidas advertisement with David Beckham.
Fauja is 172 cm tells and weighs only 5…Read more
31. Felix Baumgartner – The Man Who Jumped From Space
Felix Baumgartner is a sky diver, BASE jumper and a daredevil stunt performer.
In 1999, Felix Baumgartner jumped from a building; the PETRONAS Towers located in Malaysia and set a Guinness world record for the highest parachute jump ever from a building.
On July 20th 2003, he became the first person to skydive using a specially made carbon fiber. He skydived across the English Channel.
He is popularly known for this highest altitude free fall record where he jumped off a height of 120,000 feet near the upper middle section of the earth’s stratosphere at an average speed of averagely 690…Read more
32. Fiona Gameson – The Bat-Woman
Fiona Gameson, despite being blind, has the ability to move freely around objects without any help.
At a very young age, Fiona taught herself the skill of echolocation which turned out to be very useful later on in her life.
Fiona Gameson does not let her blindness define her. She has rather approached with a lot of confidence.
Fiona is able to find her way around her house freely just like any normal human…Read more
33. Francisco Domingo Joaquim – The Man With World’s Widest Mouth
Francisco Domingo Joaquim is the man with the World’s Biggest Mouth measuring to an unbelievable 17 cms (6.69 in).
His videos on YouTube gathering thousands of hits became viral earning him a reputation of “The Man With The World’s Biggest Mouth”.
These were identified by the researchers of Guinness World Records and they were able to track him down in the Sambizanga area of Angola.
His mouth was measured for the Guinness World Record on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy, on 2010 which measured to an unbelievable 1…Read more
34. Franky Zapata – The Iron Man
Franky has amazing abilities to construct fly boards and hover boards and proving their workability by flying and riding them himself.
He has made amazing inventions and also broken world records.
When he was 16, he began to participate in professional jet skiing competitions.
Franky Zapata later became the CEO of Fly Board Company Zapata Racing…Read more
35. Franz Muellner – World’s Strongest Man
Franz Muellner is the worlds strongest man – he held the weight of a Helicopter (661 kilograms) on his shoulders to break a world record.
In 2009 he flipped a car eight times in just five minutes, setting a new world record.
On 07th August 2017, Franz held the weight of a 650 Kilogram helicopter on his shoulders.
He has earned himself 13…Read more
36. Garry Turner – The Man With World’s Stretchiest Skin
Garry Turner can stretch skin from any part of his body to an unbelievable extent.
Garry Turner since his childhood days knew that he had a different skin.
Garry Turner is the man with the most stretchiest skin in the world.
Garry recorded a stretch of 15.8 cms from the skin near his stomach which helped him…Read more
37. George Hood – The Ultra-athlete
George Hood is a super athlete and a trainer; a certified one at that.
George Hood has been a good athlete from a young age but perfected his skills as he grew up.
He was also continued with athletic feats and in 1986, he set the Guinness World Record for the rope skipping marathon in Hawaii.
George Hood has set and broken many world records and says that he does them for charity; he is also a fundraiser…Read more
38. Gino Martino – The Human Anvil / Hammerhead
Gino Martino possess superb ability of breaking heavy objects over his head.
Gino Martino was a professional wrestler before he realized his strengths.
He realised about his ability during childhood when he knocked his head on oak door upon having an argument with his younger brother.
In 2010, Upon being featured on Stan Lee’s superhumans his skull was studied by Harvard Me…Read more
39. Grand Master Zhou Ting-Jue – The Man Who Can Generate Heat from His Hands
Grand Master Zhou Ting-Jue is the master healer of Qigong which is a healing energy practice derived from China, using bodily techniques to strengthen and utilize the life energy (Qi.)
Master Zhou is able to generate heat from his palms reaching 202 degrees Fahrenheit, to the energy flow of Qi.
He has the ability to stand on a single sheet of paper without falling through.
Although it took Master Zhou 70 years to achieve the superhuman powers he possesses to…Read more
40. Guy Bavli – The Kinetic Man
Guy Bavli is a mentalist, an illusionist an entertainer and a lecturer with the ability to predict the unknown and can move objects with his mind.
When Guy was five he saw magician Uri Gellar bending a spoon and he was enchanted.
In 1990 he won the award for the best Magician and entertainer of the decade in Israel.
One of his most famous acts was driving a Jaguar blindfolded…Read more
41. Harold Whitmore Williams – Super Polyglot
Harold Whitmore Williams has the super ability of mastering new languages. It is said that he knew more than 58 languages.
The first language for Harold Whitmore to learn was Latin.
He was recognized as one of the greatest journalists of his age.
After his death, “The Times” newspaper published a very detailed obituary appreciating him and the work he had done not forgetting his many achievements…Read more
42. Harry Houdini – The Handcuff King
Harry Houdini was gifted with an exceptional superhuman ability which allowed him to escape him from police handcuffs, jails, straitjackets and even coffins.
Throughout the years, Harry gained fame after repeatedly escaping from police handcuffs and jails.
He was even given certificates from various wardens for escaping from their prisons.
By dedicating his life fully to magic, he felt that he had achieved his dream…Read more
43. Hazel Jones – Woman with Two Vaginas
Hazel Jones was born with a physical defect – uterus didelphys, which means she is a woman having two separate uteruses (wombs), cervixes and vaginas. It can be said as one-in-a-million medical condition.
Hazel Jones is a woman who was born with two separate uteruses, cervixes and vaginas.
A surgery was offered to her but she refused to do it as it would leave a scar tissue after that.
A week after her interview with ITV, Hazel Jones received a 1 million dollor offer from an U.S adult film production company that first released celebrity sex tapes…Read more
44. Henrietta Lacks – The Original Source Of The Immortal Cell
Henrietta Lacks is the source of the HeLa cell line of immortal cells
After the birth of her fifth child, Henrietta was diagnosed with cervical cancel after severe haemorrhaging and a biopsy was performed on her at the Hopkins Hospital in Maryland.
Dr George Otto Gey cultured the biopsy cells and discovered that they could multiply indefinitely under certain conditions (immortal cells) which had a great impact on the scientific and medical field, known as the HeLa cell line…Read more
45. Irene O’Shea – World’s Oldest Female Skydiver
Irene O’Shea became the worlds oldest female skydiver when she jumped from a plane at 101 years old.
Irene O’Shea did her first jump at the age of 100 in honour of her daughter who died from Motor Neurone disease in 2008 at the age of 67.
According to her tandem skydiver, Irene was not at all nervous, in fact he believes she was calmer than most his students.
Irene was the great-grandmother of 11 children at the time of her jump. She did her second jump at 101 years and 110 days of age, placing her in the world records…Read more
46. Isao Machii – The Modern Day Samurai
Isao is a Laido master, whose sensory powers and sword skills are way above normal human abilities.
Laido is is the martial art of quickly drawing a sword for sudden attacks and Isao has shown remarkable, superhuman sensory skills in processing hand-eye coordination.
He can cut an arrow in half.
Isao holds a number of Guinness Book of World Records titles…Read more
47. James Randi – Legendary Magician & Escape Artist
Amazing James Randi was made very popular with his magic powers and astonishing techniques such as being sealed underwater in a casket for 1 hr and 44 minutes, escaping from jail cells & safes and escaping from a straitjacket while suspended upside-down over Niagara Falls.
More than learning magic, he was keen in exposing to people about the tricks done by many magicians and astrologers who were pretending as if they have supernatural powers.
It was the time when he was inspired by the legendary magician Harry Blackstone Sr and started reading conjuring books which boosted his interest towards art of magic. He started practicing magic tricks…Read more
48. Jason Padgett – The Math Genius
Jason Padgett has the ability to perceive mathematical formulas in the form of geometric shapes.
In 2002, Jason Padgett was attacked by two men as he was leaving a bar one night. They brutally beat him up and left him unconscious with a very severe concussion.
On the next day, upon waking up, he happened to notice that he was seeing shapes and lines inside and around the normal everyday objects he came across.
The diagnosis he received showed that he had acquired savant syndrome and thereafter began to realize the full extent and potential of his newly acquired superpower.
49. Jaspreet Singh Kalra – The Indian Rubber Man
Jaspreet Singh Kalra popular by the name Rubber Man is an Indian contortionist whereby he possess an extremely flexible body.
As a small kid he developed an interest in yoga and started learning it at a very small age of 12.
When Jaspreet reached at the age of 14 he was deeply influenced by the world famous American contortionist Daniel Browning Smith.
He then started watching Smith’s videos from YouTube.
Just about in a year he made his body…Read more
50. Jerry Miculek – The Fastest Shooter of all Time
Jerry Miculek possesses a speed superpower; he is a professional speed and competition shooter.
Jerry is a complete handyman, gunsmith, mechanic, pipe fitter, certified welder and mechanist.
He is renowned as the fastest and best all round shooter in the world, emptying a five-shot revolver in 0.5 seconds in a group the size of a playing card.
Jerry Miculek holds a lot of records including officially sanctioned world records; revolver shooting and the unsanctioned records; firearms ranging from rapid firing pistols to rifles (Barret M107 50 BMG)…Read more
51. Jesus Aceves – The Wolf Boy
Jesus Aceves suffers from a rare condition called hypertrichosis, which results in his whole face being covered in hair.
Jesus was born with the condition called hypertrichosis, and is the second member of the family to have it.
He and his family members who were also affected by the condition had a rough time facing harassment and discrimination in society.
Jesus and the rest of his hairy family weren’t accepted by the local community in Loreto…Read more
52. Jim Dreyer – The Shark
Jim Dreyer is an ultra-marathon athlete; he does swimming (majorly), running and cycling feats.
Jim Dreyer could not swim when he was a child unlike most athletes; in fact, he barely survived a near-drowning one time.
He eventually learned how to swim when he was thirty-two years old.
In 1998, he officially began his career and set out to break records…Read more
53. Joey Chestnut – American Competitive Eater
Joseph Joey Christian Chestnut is an American speed eater known for his competitive eating speed.
After realizing his eating skill, Joey started to practice with a challenge to become a competitive eater.
He has won and made many records in eating competition which astonished everyone.
Joey recently made a new record in the Nathan’s hot dog eating contest 2017 which held at Coney Island, New York City by eating 70 Hot Dogs and Buns in 1…Read more
54. John Evans – Super Neck
John Evans has a very strong neck that enables him to carry very heavy objects on top of his head.
In 1999, he was featured on the Guinness World Book of Records for balancing a Mini Cooper that weighed 159.6 kgs on his head.
In 2007, he balanced two bunk beds on his head which were both 12 feet high for the BBC Children In Need. This was one of his greatest achievements in his career.
He balanced a Nissan on his head at the Great World City Shopping Center in Singapore…Read more
55. Jokke Sommer – A Fearless Skydiver
Jokke Sommer is said to be one of the best BASE jumpers in the world.
More than 30 of Jokke’s friends have been killed doing base jumping and free-fall jumps, Jokke himself has twice narrowly escaped death.
In 2011 he started working with Redbull and became a professional athlete of extreme sport.
Today he is sponsored by Red Bull, Skydive Dubai, GoPro, Xtreme Video, Electric, Phoenix-Fly and Mediaspark…Read more
56. Joseph Merrick – The Elephant Man
Physical appearance of Joseph Merrick made him different and got the name as The Elephant Man. His skin was thick, lumpy & grayish like that of an Elephant, lips were swelling, forehead had a bony lump, head and body were covered with various bony and fleshy tumors, right arm was 12 inches at the wrist, two feet were enlarged, one of his fingers was 5 inches and head measured 36 inches in circumference.
Added to these deformities, he became lame when he fell down and damaged his hip at his early age.
Later his speech was also affected due to facial deformities…Read more
57. Julia Gunthel – World’s Most Flexible Woman
Julia Gunthel is known as the most flexible woman in the world or the Snake woman.
Julia’s extraordinary talent was discovered by her kindergarten teacher when she was only four years old during a gymnastics class.
In 2012, the Discovery Channel awarded Julia Gunthel the title of “The most flexible woman in the world”.
Her favourite contortion position is the knot or pretzel position and she can stay in this position for hours…Read more
58. Jyothi Raj – Indian Spiderman
Joythi Raj has the unique capability to climb big rocks and walls as well.
His climbing soon made him popular since every time tourists watched him climbing, they would record videos and share them on YouTube and other social media platforms.
They even nick-named him “The Monkey King”.
One day he decided to climb the Jog Falls just for amusement. The route he used was so dangerous with snakes on the way, pieces of rocks falling and to make it worse, it started raining.
He slipped and fell on some hard rocks…Read more
59. Jyoti Amge – World’s Smallest Living Woman
Jyoti Amge suffers from a genetic disorder which has stopped her growth at 63 centimetres.
Despite her challenges she has achieved her dream of becoming a famous actress.
Jyoti Amge grew up in India and attended school like any ordinary child, although she needed special chairs and tables to accommodate her.
Her parents, Kishanji and Ranjana Amge have four other children who are all of normal size. She will not grow any bigger…Read more
60. Ken Walters – Artistic Savant
Ken Walters is an artistic savant. He gained an amazing ability to draw after he had a stroke as a result of an accident he was involved in.
He was at a farm working when a fork lift went out of control and crushed him against the wall. He thereafter suffered horrific body injuries including spine fractures.
After this accident, Ken Walters could not walk again. His treatment and medication also cost a lot of money.
In 2005, his was under a lot of stress which led to another 2 strokes that totally transformed him…Read more
61. Kenny Muhammad – The Human Orchestra
Kenny Muhammad does extraordinary beat boxing. The beats that he produces are equivalent to a complete orchestra.
He decided to bring the art of beat boxing into his normal daily life.
He did his first gig with his twin brother Keith Muhammad which was at Bar Mitzvah.
From his own words, Kenny Muhammad says that the sounds he produces seem to come straight from the soul and he would like everyone to be able to hear them…Read more
62. Kevin Fast – World’s Strongest Priest
Kevin fast has super strength that enables him to pull heavy things like trucks, people and even once, a plane.
Kevin Fast became serious about picking dumbbells when he was only 12 years and from then on, he never stopped training.
In 1994, Kevin Fast joined power lifting competition. He competed at the Heavy Events as an amateur competitor.
In 2009, he pulled the heaviest plane; “The Globemaster”, a plane that was used by the military to transport tanks, trucks and even small planes…Read more
63. Kevin Richardson – The Lion Whisperer
Kevin Richardson communicates with big cats and wild animals on a deep spiritual level and is able to cross the divide between man and wild predators.
Kevin was given the name the Lion Whisperer by a British newspaper in 2007.
His Youtube video of him playing with lions has been watched more than 25 million times.
He sleeps, eats and plays with the lions in his care…Read more
64. Kim Goodman – The Eye Popper
Kim Goodman can pop out her eyes to an unbelievable 12 millimeters (0.47 inches).
Kim’s ability to pop both of her eyes is no less than a miracle.
Kim’s eyes were measured by an optometrist using a proptometer on 2007 in Istanbul, Turkey after which her name was included in Guinness Book Of World Records after taking an average of three readings to determine the final reading…Read more
65. Kim Peek – The Rain Man
Kim Peek had exceptional memory and is able to complete intellectual challenges that are almost impossible for a normal person to do.
Since he was born he was diagnosed with macrocephaly which is damage to his cerebellum or motor functions, as well as agenesis of the corpus callosum which is a condition with which the bundle of nerves that are supposed to connect the two hemispheres of the brain are missing, or in other words, the is no connection between the two hemispheres of his brain.
Kim had started memorizing things since the age of 16-20 months, according to his father…Read more
66. Lewis Pugh – The Extreme Swimmer
Lewis Pugh is an ocean advocate and a British endurance swimmer.
In 2003, he swam in the cold North Cape with just a Speedo swimming trunk, goggles and a cap.
In 2005, he entered into the Guinness World Record for the farthest long-distance swim by covering 1km in the Verlegenhuken Cape.
Lewis Pugh was the first person to ever complete a long distance swim in every ocean present in the world; Atlantic Ocean, Arctic Ocean, Southern Ocean, Indian Ocean…Read more
67. Liam Hoekstra – The World’s Strongest Toddler
Liam Hoekstra is popularly known as the world’s strongest kid due to his super strength capabilities.
With his torso above the chin-up bar, he held the position for a few minutes, much to the classmates who must have been thinking “what does he eat for breakfast”.
Liam Hoekstra at the age of three had 40% body muscle and minimal fat.
This kid has super strength and speed compared to other boys his age. Also, he is wired to excel in any muscle-related activity you put him in…Read more
68. Lidell Simpson – Photonic Hearing
Lidell Simpson has synesthesia, the ability to recognize people using sound despite being deaf from birth.
To Lidell Simpson, everything he sees makes sound, even an approaching light; he can hear its motion and the pitch would increase as it approaches.
He says it gets quite noisy sometimes when he has to hear everything he sees that moves.
He can lip read while watching TV and hear the voices even when the sound is muted…Read more
69. Liew Thow Lin – The Magnet Man
Liew Thow Lin has ability to stick metal objects around his body.
Somewhere near at the age of 60 in his life he was shocked by what he discovered.
While working he saw that his tools were sticking to his body upon then he realized that his skin has some special magnetic power.
Liew Thow Lin also known as the Magent Man of China possess…Read more
70. Ma Xiangang – The Electric Man
Ma Xiangang is unaffected by direct contact with electricity.
Ma is a seemingly normal man who lives in Daqing, China.
He wasn’t aware of his gift and randomly discovered it when his TV went out.
When he checked to see what had happened, he saw that a wire had been broken by the wind…Read more
71. Mark Beaumont – Cycled Around the World in 78 Days
Mark Beaumont holds the record for cycling around the world (29,000 kilometre) in the shortest time – he completed the trip in only 78 days
At only 12 years of age, Mark cycled across Scotland and then at the age of 15, he rode across Great Britian on his own. He attended the University of Glasgow where he got a degree in Politics.
During his world breaking cycle around the World, which took Mark just over 70 days, he was involved in collisions and suffered from dysentery and other illnesses…Read more
72. Martin Strel – The Fishman
Martin Strel can swim for very long distances continuously and without tiring easily unlike the normal human being.
In 2002, he swam the entire Mississippi River (3885km) in 68 days.
On 10th June 2004, Martin swam the Yangtze River in China (the longest river in Kenya and the third longest in the world) and reached Shanghai in 40 days, one day before planned.
In 2007, Strel swam the Amazon River for 66 days, where he was escorted by boats prepared to pour blood into the river to distract meat-eating fish such as piranhas, setting a new world record…Read more
73. Masutatsu Oyama – The Man With God Hand
Masutatsu Oyama, popularly known as Mas Oyama was a very good fighter. He was believed to have won many fights with the strike of just one punch.
When he was 9 years old, Mas Oyama started studying martial arts from a Chinese farmer where he had been sent to live; with his sister.
His style of Karate spread widely across Japan and gained a lot of popularity even in other countries like Brazil, England, Netherlands and even the United States.
As he traveled around the world, he had several professional matches with wrestlers, most of which he won…Read more
74. Michel Lotito – A Monsieur Mangetout(“Mr Eat-All”)
Ability to consume all indigestible objects (He even ate an aircraft in his lifetime).
Michel Lotito is a French entertainer who possess bizarre ability to swallow any indigestible objects.
He has ate everything from computer to cycles and televisions.
The best meal he ever had in his lifetime is Cessna 150 aircraft which he managed to finish after 2 years from 1978-1980…Read more
75. Mike Howard – Highest Altitude Skywalk
Mike Howard does cluster ballooning which is a type of ballooning that involves attaching the particular individual to a cluster of rubber balloons that inflates with helium.
Mike Howard has been a balloonist since he was 9 years old.
On 4th August 2001, Mike Howard; over Albuquerque in New Mexico, together with Steve Davis set a new Guinness World record for the greatest attained altitude using helium filled party balloons.
In order to achieve this, Mike Howard and Steve Davis used 400 helium balloons and reached a height of 5600 meters…Read more
76. Mike Rutzen – The Shark Whisperer
Mike Rutzen has the ability to understand and communicate with even the most dangerous sharks.
Mike runs a Shark Diving company and has accompanied many famous people on cage dives, including Prince Harry.
Mike Rutzen was one of the people responsible for the development of a Shark friendly barrier to separate humans and sharks without harming either.
In 2012 Mike won a Lifetime achievement award at the Tourfilm Festival Prague for his work in extending the boundaries of humans in the worlds oceans…Read more
77. Miroslaw Magola – The Magnetic Man
By using the power of his mind also knownÂ as psychokinesisÂ Miroslaw Magola can lift objects, transport them from one place to another and can also cling to his body; without even touching it.
Somewhere in the year 1992 Miroslaw developed a deep interest in psychokinesis which completely transformed his personality.
Currently he likes to spend his time by teaching others about the power which he possess…Read more
78. Mohammed Al Sheikh – Superhuman Palestinian Spiderman
Mohammed Al Sheikh is a real life superhuman who has a unique ability to contort his body into almost any shape giving a illusion he has no bones at all.
Since childhood he used to amaze his friends and relatives through his contortionist skills.
Mohammed Al Sheikh from Gaza has developed an unique talent whereby he can contort his body in all sorts of unimaginable positions with ease.
Impressed by his skills, his relatives started calling him by the name “Spiderman”…Read more
79. Muhamed Kahrimanovic – The Man With Hammer Hands
Muhamed Kahrimanovic has the amazing ability to break things that mostly seem unbreakable with his own bare hands.
He is also a boxer, kick boxer and does Tae Kwon Do and Hap Ki Do.
As he grew older, Muhamed Kahrimanovic noticed that he could break things that the other kids could not.
He has won many Olympic titles in Tae Kwon Do, Karate and boxing…Read more
80. Natasha Demkina – The Girl With X-Ray Eyes
Natasha Demkina can look inside human bodies and see internal organs by using her X-RAY vision eyes.
Natasha Demkina from Russia could literally see inside humans flesh and identify diseases present in the person’s body.
She was documented on Discovery Channel show “The Girl With X-Ray Eyes” where she was tested by researchers from the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI).
Apart from this she has also appeared on many television shows from United Kingdom & Japan…Read more
81. Nik Wallenda – The Daredevil Stunt Performer
Nik Wallenda is a daredevil stunt performer, acrobat and high wire artist.
Nik Wallenda once rode a motorcycle across a high wire that was 9 meters high in the air.
Nik Wallenda once walked on a 135 feet long high wire between the Two Condado Plaza Hotel Towers that were both 10 story buildings.
In the year 2012, he walked on a tight rope across the Niagara Falls; something that he had always dreamt of doing since he was 6 years old…Read more
82. Nina Kulagina – A Real Psychokinetic Superhuman
Nina Kulagina had the ability to move objects with her mind.
Through meditation she learned to harness her powers and control the movement of objects.
She would feel a sharp pain in her spine and her vision would blur just before her powers manifested themselves.
In March of 1970, Nina Kulagina kept a frogs heart beating while it was trapped underwater and could even adjust the rate at which the heart was beating…Read more
83. Noorsyaidah – The Wire Woman
Noorsyaidah has wires growing out of her body.
Noorsyaidah first noticed metal wires coming out of her chest and stomach in 1991.
At first, the wires grew and fell off from her body, and therefore were gone.
After that, the wires just kept emerging from her body. As that happened, she was unable to move normally because the wires hurt her…Read more
84. Orlando Serrell – An Acquired Genius
Orlando Serrell has a uncanny calendar-brain.
On 17 August 1979, when Orlando was ten years old, he was hit on the head with a baseball.
He never told his parents and never went to the doctor.
A while later he noticed he had an ability to recall and calculate dates that would be impossible for most people…Read more
85. Paddy Doyle – The World’s Fittest Man
Paddy Doyle held the longest time in an abdominal plank position with a 100-lb pack and is “The World Fitness Endurance Champion”.
Paddy Doyle is a British athlete known for his endurance of weight lifting and press-ups.
Paddy Doyle from Birmingham has been featured in the 2008 Guinness Book of World Records.
Paddy holds 23 separate current records.
His titles include the most one arm push-ups in one hour, the most competitive full contact rounds in boxing…Read more
86. Philippe Petit – Man On Wire
Philippe Petit has performed death defying high wire walks, including crossing between the Twin Towers in New York in 1974.
Philippe Petit started wire-walking from the age of 16 without much support from his family.
As soon as Philippe Petit heard about the construction of the twin towers, he was determined that one day he was going to walk between them. He spent more time wondering how to install a cable without permission across the towers than he spent actually practicing to walk, in fact in the 8 months leading up to the walk he only practiced once…Read more
87. Pranav Lal – The Blind Photographer
Pranav Lal is completely blind and always has been, but takes beautiful photographs by using sound.
Pranav suffered form Retinopathy of Prematurity at birth which has resulted in him being completely blind ever since.
In 2001 he discovered software called the “VOICE” that helps blind people see through sound.
Pranav taught himself remotely how to use the software by communicating with other users via blogs and mailing groups…Read more
88. Raj Mohan Nair – The Electric Man
Raj Mohan can withstand several volts of electricity passing through his body without causing any kind of harm.
The death of his mother really affected him both emotionally and psychologically.
He felt so devastated and heartbroken that he wanted to commit suicide.
Raj Mohan made up his mind and one day, he climbed up a transformer intentionally grabbing the live wires but to his utter surprise, nothing actually happened. This was very unusual and not what he had expected…Read more
89. Rathakrishnan Velu – The Man with Steel Jaws
Rathakrishnan Velu can pull trains with his teeth. He is known for having the strongest teeth in the world.
Rathakrishnan runs 16 miles a day and does daily jaw training, meditating and weight lifting to keep him in shape.
Before pulling weights he closes his eyes, does his breathing exercise and focuses his concentration by placing his left index finger on his nose and right index finger on his chest.
He was 37 years old when he broke the first record in 2003 and 41 when he broke the second…Read more
90. Richard Kuklinski – The Iceman Serial killer
Richard Kuklinski was a serial contract killer that froze his corpses to hide the fact that they were murdered.
Later Kuklinski started working for the Gambino crime Family as a contract killer as well as staging robberies and making copies of pornographic tapes, illegal trafficking and debt collection.
Over the next 30 years he killed multiple people, although he was only convicted for five which the state could prove.
He used a variety of methods including guns, explosives, poison, asphyxiation and even beating people to death just for the exercise, however his favourite method was sing cyanide. ..Read more
91. Robert Wadlow – The Tallest Man Who Ever Lived
Robert was the tallest man in the world at 8ft 11 inches tall and weighing 222 kilograms.
Soon after birth, Robert started growing at an incredible rate and by 6 months he weighed 13 kilograms.
By the time Robert was five and went to kindergarten, he was wearing clothes made to fit a 17 year old.
When Robert celebrated his 8th birthday he was towering above his friends at an incredible 1,87m and weighing more than 90 kilograms…Read more
92. Ron White – The Memory Expert
Ron White is a mnemonist which means he is a memory expert. He uses 35% more of his brain than the average person while memorizing. He is a two-time national memory champion and one of the top memory experts in the world.
Ronnie White is a veteran for the US Navy who has personally trained his brain to remember an unbelievable amount of information.
Ron memoized more than 2,300 names of American soldiers who fell in Afghanistan and traveled the US, writing each name on a wall from memory, as tribute. It took Ron 10 months to memorize over 7,000 words…Read more
93. Roy Cleveland Sullivan – The Human Lightning Conductor
Roy Cleveland Sullivan survived being struck by lightning seven times in the course of his life and still managed to live healthfully.
In 1942, as Roy Sullivan was sheltering from a thunderstorm in a fire lookout tower, he was struck by lightning which hit his right leg, toe and left a hole in his shoe. Roy considers this his worst lightning strike.
In July 1969, Roy was hit again while driving his truck on a mountain road. The lighting had hit the nearby trees and reflected to his open window burning his eyebrows, eyelashes and even setting his hair on fire but he survived.
94. Scott Flansburg – The Human Calculator
Scott Flansburg is the fastest Human calculator capable of calculating the most complex math equations in his head faster than it would to type the equation on a calculator, let alone any human on Earth.
Scott was a mere nine years old when he first noticed his strong mathematical gift.
After not much time, he was able to perform calculations including finding the square root and cube root of equations and began using his skill for entertainment…Read more
95. Shakuntala Devi – The Human Computer
Shakuntala Devi has the ability to solve complex mathematic equations with using nothing else but her mind.
Her abilities were discovered when she, just as a three year old, memorized a whole shuffled deck of cards during one of her father’s magic shows.
Some of her jaw breaking calculations include calculating the 23rd root of a 201 number in just 50 seconds. Since this happened in 1977, computers weren’t designed for such large calculations…Read more
96. Shaun Ellis – The Wolf Man
Shaun Ellis has been known for living among the wolves and also founding a Wolf Pack Management which is involved with several research projects in Poland and the United States.
He began observing animals at a very tender age, especially badgers and foxes teaching himself how to find his way at night using only his sense of smell and sound.
While spending time there, Shaun Ellis was taught how to observe wolves and even managed to get into a wolf pack himself and live amongst them!
He made a lot of observations including the fact that wolves are very intelligent animals which show equality and trust in accordance to the social structure of their packs.
With time, Shaun Ellis was able to howl like the wild wolfs and even learned how to identify individual members of a pack…Read more
97. Stephen Wiltshire – The Human Camera
Stephen Wiltshire can create a detailed drawing from memory, just by seeing a landscape once.
Stephen Wiltshire drew multiple city landscapes just by glancing at them once.
He drew a nineteen foot long drawing after looking at New York City for twenty minutes from a helicopter, in which he included 305 square miles of the city.
As he was seven days on a helicopter over Tokyo, he drew his longest drawing on a 33…Read more
98. Stig Severinsen – The Man Who Doesn’t Breathe
Stig Severinsen can hold his breathe underwater for about incredible 22 minutes.
Stig Severinsen a danish freediver started to swim at a very small age of 6.
Stig Severinsen from Denmark is the only one in the world with superhuman capabilities under water.
Stig holds several Guinness World Records and has been documented by Discovery channel…Read more
99. Sultan Kosen – The World’s Tallest Man
Sultan Kosen is recognized as the world’s tallest living man. He is 8 feet 3 inches tall.
Kosen finds it hard to fit inside a normal average-sized vehicle.
In order to walk properly, Sultan Kosen has to use crutches because of his tall stature.
On Guinness World Record Day in London, on 13th November 2014, Sultan Kosen met Chandra Bahadur Dangi; the worlds shortest man alive, for the very first time…Read more
100. Thai Ngoc aka Hai Ngoc – Man who never sleeps
Can you imagine a man who never slept and is now almost 33 years without sleep, meet Thai Ngoc aka Hai Ngoc; the man who never sleeps.
As per his claims he is now 33 years without sleep. Almost 33 years without sleep is not common at all.
He has tried all sorts of pills and medicines but nothing could make him sleep even for few minutes. As per his wife even liquor cannot put him down.
Even after not sleeping for around past 33 years still he’s in perfect condition…Read more
101. Tim Cridland – The Torture King
Zamora (real name Tim Cridland) doesn’t feel pain at all while performing his death defying stunts.
In his younger days Tim Cridland was fascinated by strange information throughout his life.
Tim Cridland popular by his stage name Zamora – The Torture King is a world famous American sideshow performer.
He has mastered some unique techniques by using the knowledge of his Science & Anatomy, hypnosis, martial arts and teachings of the Middle-East allowing him to overcome dangerous situations without any pain…Read more
102. Timothy Treadwell – The Bear Whisperer
Timothy lived amongst the bears and developed a relationship of mutual trust and respect with them.
All through his life, Timothy has dreamt of being a grizzly bear and this inspired him to live amongst the grizzly bears in Katmai National Park (which is home to about 3000 grizzly bears) for 13 years before his death.
Timothy wrote a book and was involved in documentaries that tracked and documented the life of the bears and proclaimed himself their warrior and protector…Read more
103. Tori Allen – The Spider Woman
Tori Allen can effortlessly climb massive walls and cliffs, like Spiderman.
She is an X-Games Gold Medalist and youngest woman to win a gold medal.
She set her first national outdoor climbing record at 11 years old.
Tori became a professional rock climber at the age of 12…Read more
104. Usain Bolt – World’s Fastest Man
Usain Bolt is currently the fastest man in the world and the only man since fully automated time has been used to measure runners, that has held both the 100 and 200 meter record.
Usain won his first medal for Jamaica, a silver, in 2001 at the CARIFTA Games by clocking a personal best of 48.28 seconds in the 400 meters.
Usain is only one of nine people ever to have won World Championships at Youth, Junior and Senior level.
At the age of only 16, Bolt had achieved sprinting times that the then world champion, Michael Johnson, had only been able to achieve in his twenties…Read more
105. Valeria Lukyanova – Real Life Human Barbie Doll
Valeria Lukyanova has a startling resemblance to the famous Barbie Doll.
Valeria Lukyanova admits to having breast implants to enhance her doll like appearance, but claims the rest is due to her exercise regime and eating habits.
She alternates between raw vegetarianism, living on juice only and breatharianism, which means living on air and sunlight and water.
Valeria won her first beauty contest, Miss Diamond Crown of the world, against over 300 other contestants.
Allot of the commentary that followed believed the images of Valeria online had to be a result of photoshop…Read more
106. Veronica Seider – The Human Telescope
Veronica Seider has extraordinary eyesight that allows her to see at great distance no other average human can.
Veronica Seider was an ordinary child like every other one, except she posessed an ability she wasn’t aware she posessed.
Also Veronica claims that she also has the ability to see the constituent colors that television set color is made of.
It was found that her eyesight is 20 times better than the average person’s eyesight…Read more
107. Vittorio Innocente – Underwater Cyclist
Vittorio Innocente cycles underwater at a very high speed even when covering long distances.
He took interest in underwater cycling as a sport when he one day rode an old bicycle he found as he led a group of German tourists who were scuba diving to the Island of Elba.
Vittorio Innocente does underwater cycling to prove that mountain bikes can go anywhere.
He has cycled on mountains, glaciers and deserts in various places ranging from Alaska to Kenya but he decided to unite his cycling passion with scuba diving which he also loved…Read more
108. William Trubridge – The Human Fish
William Trubridge has the ability to free dive covering very long distances and breaking world records.
William Trubridge learnt how to swim when he was only 18 months old!
In 2003, he began to seriously train on free diving as a sport.
In 2005, William Trubridge became the first person to dive the Dean’s Blue Hole; now a venue for free diving, as a free diver…Read more
109. Wim Hof – The Iceman
Wim Hof possess the ability to withstand sub-zero conditions by doing the Scientifically impossible; manipulating his autonomic nervous system functions, allowing him to control his heart rate, breathing, and blood circulation.
He possess a much higher than average rates of brown adipose tissue, which helps the body with cold resistance.
Wim Hof holds 26 World Records…Read more
110. Al Herpin – The Man Who Never Slept
Al Herpin is a super-insomniac who did not sleep at all for more than ten years.
Doctors say even as an infant Al did not close his eyes.
Doctors predicted he would only live a week due to his condition.
Al claims he came home from work in the evening and sat in his rocking chair and read the newspaper till morning. He suffered no ill health…Read more
111. Richard Feynman – Greatest Physicist of All Time
Richard Feynman was a brilliant scientist received a Nobel Prize in 1965 for his contribution to the development of quantum electrodynamics.
By the age of 15 , Richard has mastered mastered differential and integral calculus. He was accepted to MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and completed his BA degree in Physics there in 1939.
Feynman helped with the investigation into the accident on the Space Shuttle Challenger, proving the failure of the O-Rings…Read more