The ugliest picture of a table you have ever seen

the ugliest picture of a table you have ever seen

This is the ugliest picture of a table you have ever seen . It consists of real human parts including lungs ,brain,liver and ribs.Moreover, four ears and a leg have been placed in this table coloured with blood .This table was made by the doctor Efisio Marini and presented as a gift to Napoleon lll in 1866.It is placed in the museum of medicine history in France .

Prince Randian (The Human Torso or Human Caterpillar)

Prince Randian (The Human Torso or Human Caterpillar)
Prince Randian

Prince Randian (sometimes misspelled Rardion or Randion; October 12, 1871 – December 19, 1934), also nicknamed as The Snake Man, The Human Torso, The Human Caterpillar and a variety of other names, was a side show performer during the 1930’s. He starred in the landmark film, Freaks, where he was mistakenly credited as “Rardion”. Born without arms and legs, Randian was often introduced as “the human caterpillar who creeps on his belly like a creeping things”.

Nobody knows Prince Randian’s real name and very little is known of his early life. He was born in Demarara, British Guiana in 1871 to British Indian servants. He was brought to the United States by the notorious P.T. Barnum (of Barnum and Bailey circuses) in 1889 and started his career performing in dime shows and museums and for a long period of time, Coney Island. Randian was a crowd favorite when he demonstrated his remarkable capasity to protect for himself regardless of his impediment . Randian could shave, write, paint, and roll cigarettes. He stirred himself by wriggling his hips and shoulders in a snakelike movement . He was known to be a wonderful carpenter too.

In a memorable scene from the movie Freaks, Randian is seen lighting a pre-rolled cigarette using only his lips, tongue and teeth. With the cigarette already in the right corner of his mouth, he leans over and holds a matchbox between his lips on the other side. Showcasing the great skill that was a necessity for his life, he then sets the box down, opens it with his lips and tongue, and selects a match from the box with his lips. Another quick motion flips the box onto its side to reveal the striking strip, and he maneuvers the match lengthwise in his mouth to strike it against the box. He then uses his chin to push the box flat again.Ultimately , he sets the burning match on the top of the matchbox, shifts the cigarette to the center of his mouth and touches its tip to the flame, taking a deep pull and then blowing out the match. (In the originally filmed scene, he also rolls the cigarette, but the sequence does not appear in any commercial release.)

Randian was also very clever . He could speak English, German, French, and his native Hindi. He was married early in life to a woman known only as Princess Sarah. Together they had four children and the family ultimately settled in Paterson, New Jersey. Randian died of a heart attack at the age of 63 on December 19, 1934.
Prince Randian