There are some rare men with a weird physic feature that they have half a head. Now, let\'s see their strange stories.
A forklift driver Steve Gator at Farnham Road Harold Hill was attacked by two teenage thugs. As a result, he was punched so hard that his head swelled and his brain suffered an irrepairable damage. This unlucky man then was taken to the hospital, where doctors had no choice except for removing his half of his brain and skull. After the difficult surgery, he unluckily lost almost everything from his personality to motor function, problem solving, spontaneity, memory, language, initiation, judgment, impulse control as well as social and love-making behaviors.
Steve Gator before his serious attack
His mother, Nina Gator, said that he had got half-a-head and completely lost his confidence
After a serious accident of falling from 25ft when working at a work site without safety conditions in Feb. 2008, Alan Hind suffered from massive head injuries including extensive skull fractures, a badly broken jaw, a severed optic nerve that left him blind in one eye and irreparable brain damage. He also suffered kidney damage and was left deaf in one ear.
Parts of his brain were damaged so heavily that they had to be removed
Miami police had to deal with many difficulties when they arrested a man for allegedly soliciting prostitution not because of his uncooperativeness but his identification issue. He provided different names as well as other personal details and submitted to fingerprinting and a mugshot.
It was his weird physical feature of having no forehead that helped police to recognize him
After a long time of inspecting, the police clearly gave up finding him and “half a head” is the name they stated his typical feature
Doctors guessed that he might suffer a serious accident that damage his brain so much
An eight-year-old Hou Guozhu living Dongying of Sandong Province, China is famous all over the world as the boy with half a head. Back to the time, he was a half of healthy twins and born just three minutes later than his brother. The birth defect didn’t appear until Guozhu was three years old when his left-side limbs developed habitual muscle spasms. This boy then was diagnosed by doctors at the Beijing Sanbo Brain Institute, where he was known to get Rasmussen’s encephalitis. Therefore, he had to undergo four major skull-opening surgeries nearly removing his convulsive symptoms.
Hou Guozhu poses with China's hairest man, Yu Zhenhuan, who calls himself King Kong
He only had the right-hand side of his skull while his right cerebral hemisphere was removed