Wierd pictures from Uri Geller’s Encounters
THAI BODY PIERCING A Thai devotee holds cogs and chains that are piercing his cheeks during the annual nine-day Vegetarian festival in Puket, in southern Thailand. Thousands joined a procession through the streets, where participants pierce their bodies and faces with sharp objects to bring themselves good health and prosperity.
TEARS OF GLASS Hasna Missilmani, the 12-year-old Lebanese Muslim girl, opens her eye as she cries crystal tears. About ten of these crystal stones fall each day from her left eye without causing any injury or pain. Experts are baffled by this strange phenomenon.
FIRE WALKING A barefoot boy is assisted by a Buddhist monk as he walks over glowing coals at the annual walking-over-fire festival, which took place outside Tokyo on Sunday, 9 March. Hundreds of monks and onlookers participated, to pray for world peace and traffic safety.
BUG EYED… Kimberly Goodman entertained the David Letterman Show audience on 24 February by demonstrating her rather unusual eye popping trick. She came across her bizarre skill by reading a copy of Uri Geller’s Encounters and was so amazed that her eyes almost popped out of her head… no, really, honestly, would we tell porkies?
A NASTY STING IN THE TALE! Miss Francoise smiles as she is covered woth 82 live African poisonous scorpions measuring between 10 and 15 centimetres. She was performing as part of the artist duo group Robin Street at the world’s premiere fakirs art performance show in Granges, Switzerland, on Wednesday, 25th June.
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THAI LONG NECKS!
Paduang tribeswomen from Northern Thailand used to be called ‘giraffe women’ by jeering travellers. We’d like to stick our necks out on behalf of the long-necked lovelies, and tell travellers to stop poking their noses in.
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