Learn the 7 most unlucky people in the world
If you think you have some bad days or bad luck, you better reconsider your parameters of what really is bad luck after meeting people who are part of that unfortunate list. These individuals have gone through all sorts of disaster you can imagine (and worse, again and again), but survived the events to tell the stories. Some of them have died (fortunately, of natural causes) and others are still alive. See who are these people and what were the challenges they faced:
1 - Atomic bombs are not for him páreas
Tsutomu Yamaguchi is a Japanese who unfortunately witnessed the explosion of two atomic bombs dropped on Japan by the United States. He was a resident of the city of Nagasaki who went to Hiroshima for a few days due to work. During their stay in Hiroshima, the first atomic bomb was dropped in the region, on August 6, 1945.
He was three miles from the center of the explosion and suffered serious injuries, with burns on the left side of the body. He recovered for two days in Hiroshima and Nagasaki have wanted to go back, to better treat and stay close family. Upon reaching the city, the second atomic bomb exploded in place, on August 9, 1945. However, the second time he suffered no serious injury, but had the misfortune of witnessing two major cities turn virtually dust.
2 - The man who won the lottery
Cotis Mitsotakis may not have witnessed catastrophic events or atrocities, but can really get on this list for being the only unlucky one village. In 2012, all the inhabitants of the village of Sodeto in Spain, made a sweepstake to participate in the main lottery Country Christmas.
When the day of the draw came, the village won the lucky million and divided the money among themselves. All residents Sodeto, not many have received some of that money, minus the Greek Cotis, which did not participate in the sweepstakes. Their neighbors thought they had already passed in the House of Cotis asking the contribution from abroad, but he was forgotten and, unfortunately, did not attend the award millionaire.
3 - Proof `d water
Violet Jessop was a stewardess on famous ships - and unlucky. In 1911, she boarded the RMS Olympic, which collided with the HMS Hawke over a heavy fog in the waters of France. A year later, she enlisted to work on the RMS Titanic (and we all already know the tragic fate of that ship). Fortunately, she managed to get into some of the few boats and survived the catastrophic event.
After the episode, Violet again served as a flight attendant in the HMHS Britannic. The ship suddenly sank in the Aegean Sea, in 1916, when probably collided with mines located in the waters of the site. The largest cruise of England (far superior and enhanced than the Titanic) sank in just 55 minutes, with only 351 days of life. Violet managed to escape in one of the boats and also survived the disaster.
As if that were not enough, after spending three maritime tragedies, Violet Jessop continued to work as a flight attendant until he could. She died in 1971.
4 - Haunted by hurricanes
Melanie Martinez has lost four houses in recent years due to the constant hurricanes that hit their home, Betsy (1965), Juan (1985), George (1998) and Katrina (2005). However, she did not want to leave the state of Louisiana, always saying that he is being true place, regardless of disaster.
Touched by the story of Melanie, the producers of a reality show have rallied to build a new home for her. Apparently, the days of misfortune that had just American, but after a few months of the new housing and generous home a hurricane named Isaac destroyed all that had been built in a short time. With already five houses totally destroyed by hurricanes, it is considered one of the most unlucky women in the United States.
5 - Wildlife
The American Erik Norrie can say that I went through some wild misfortunes. He has been bitten by a shark, has been struck by lightning and was bitten by a rattlesnake (!). The shark attack occurred recently in the Bahamas when he was diving and a shark took a bite of his left leg - in the region of "calf".
Fortunately, he was answered promptly by local people, as also occurred in all other situations. In hindsight, it might not be so unlucky as well.
6 - Avalanches, car crashes and thunder
John Lyne is known by some as "John Calamity". This man is considered Britain's most unlucky of late, according to the newspapers. As a child, he fell from a tree and broke his left arm - something somewhat unremarkable. But to go to the hospital the ambulance crashed and the same arm was broken elsewhere.
Altogether, Lyne has gone through 16 major accidents, including being struck by lightning, traffic accidents and avalanches in mines working (he is an industrial operator). However, none of these accidents was powerful enough to kill John, who remains healthy and works out regularly.
7 - robbery, stabbings and more thunder
John Wade Agan unfortunately became famous due to the constant disasters that occur in your life. He has been struck by lightning inside your own home in Florida when I was talking on the phone. In the past he has been assaulted numerous times (once the robber locked inside the trunk of the car). He has also been stabbed in the chest during a fight and bitten by two snakes dangerous. Today, Wade is 47 years old and expect your coming years be more peaceful.