Apparently, the chances of you getting hit by lightning at least once in a lifetime are only 1 in 3,000. That’s a scary number.
Turns out, this phenomenon is not unheard of by these people who live to tell the tale. How this happened to them, and how they survived through it is very incredible. Whether they were super lucky or unlucky is up to you to decide.
. This man, Tony Cicoria was an orthopedic doctor who got struck by lightning one night, and instead of dying like a normal person, he all of a sudden needed to play the piano. Before the strike, he had never been interested in music, but now he is a professional concert player who composes his own beautiful songs and performs all of the U.S.
. Did you know that if you get struck by lighting, you can sometimes get these awesome-looking scars that will make you look like a Sci-Fi character?.
. Roy Sullivan, aka, “Human Lightning Rod” is in The Guinness Book of World Records as the person struck by lighting the most of times ever – SEVEN separate occasions! Unbelievable that he lived through them! The probability of Sullivan getting struck that many times is one to one octillion, which makes him very lucky…or unlucky.
. This guy, Adam Campbell, is a Canadian runner who ran the Hardrock 100 trail race, but at the highest peak, he got struck by lightning. But, for some INSANE reason, Campbell kept running without a problem! He finished 12 hours later in 3rd! Amazing!
. Edwin E. Robinson, a 62-year-old man, had gone blind after a car accident. But after he got struck by lighting, Edwin amazingly regained his sight and could hear perfectly without his hearing aid! “But now I can hear my wife’s complaining”, he grumbles.