1. Wim Hof
This is also known as The Iceman If you tried to do what Wim Hof does, you would most likely die from frostbite.
Wim Hof has amazed scientists by staying submerged in ice for more than two hours without seeing a single change in his body temperature. Wim was able to scale Mount Everest in just his shorts thanks to this incredible ability!
2. Prahlad Jani:
The man who can live without food or water. Prahlad Jani is a devotee of Amba Mata. He claims that he hasn’t eaten anything since 1940! You might ask, then, how would he survive?
That is, indeed, one of the unsolved mysteries of India. For observational studies, he was once kept in a room for ten days, and it turned out that he was perfectly healthy without food or water!
3. Rathakrishnan Velu:
the tooth king, This Malaysian actor ought to appear in all of the toothpaste commercials. Rathakrishnan Velu used a steel rope, one end of which was tied to the train and the other end was tied between his teeth, to pull a seven-coach train! He won a Guinness World Record for this inexplicable talent.
4. The lion whisperer Kevin Richardson
This man has no trouble controlling the jungle kings. The “lion whisperer,” Kevin Richardson, can communicate with big cats.
Kevin makes friends with them and makes them dance to his music, whether it’s a ferocious cheetah or an intimidating lion. Wildlife enthusiasts regard Kevin as their hero because of his friendship with the wild.
5. Ben Underwood
the boy who had sonar vision, was able to see without using his eyes! He used sound, like dolphins, to pinpoint a thing’s exact location.
Ben was able to participate in sports like running, basketball, bicycle riding, football, and skateboarding thanks to this ability. Sadly, this superhero passed away from cancer in 2009.
6. The rubber boy Daniel Browning Smith
He is the most flexible man on the planet! Daniel holds five Guiness Records and can roll up like a ball. When he demonstrates his abilities, one cannot help but wonder where his bones vanish! Daniel has appeared on shows like:
The Tonight Show Starring Jay Leno, ESPN’s Sports Center, Oprah Winfrey, Ripley’s Believe It or Not, Cirque du Soleil, Best Damn Sports Show Ever, Men in Black 2, HBO’s Carnivale, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. America’s Got Talent and New York.
7. Stephen Wiltshire
He is an extraordinary artist who has a photographic memory. With just a glance, Stephen can capture every little detail on paper. Stephen possesses the most remarkable photographic memory, allowing him to recall even the tiniest details and instantly draw them.
8. Ngoc Thai
The man who can’t sleep is Ngoc Thai. In 1973, Ngoc Thai, a Vietnamese man, got a high fever, and ever since then, he can’t sleep. His insomnia doesn’t have a cure, and the doctors say that his insomnia has no side effects other than low liver function.
Even though he carries 50 kg bags of pig feed for four kilometers every day, his body refuses to sleep. Ngoc does not respond to treatments or sleeping pills.
9. Tibetan monks
Tummo is a method used by Tibetan monks to raise the temperatures of their fingers and toes by 17 degrees. These monks use their minds to change their body temperature. These monks can also use their mind power to slow down their metabolism in Sikkim.
Science hasn’t been able to figure out how meditation and yoga can help these monks do amazing things that are out of the ordinary.
10. Natasha Demkina
She is a girl who is able to see through other people’s skin. Natasha has X-ray vision, which allows her to see through other people’s skin. It is real, and it is not a plot from a comic book. This Russian girl once revealed to a doctor the locations of all his previous car accident scars.
11. Daniel Tammet, the brilliant young man featured on YouTube, is titled: The Boy With The Incredible Brain is a documentary about how Tammet, who has autistic savant syndrome, was able to memorize the mathematical constant Pi (3.141…) to 22,414 decimal places without making a mistake in 5 hours, 9 minutes! Tammet also acquires the gift of languages, which enables him to speak a variety of languages, including Esperanto, Estonian, Lithuanian, Romanian, Estonian, Welsh, English, Finnish, German, and Spanish.