First thing I want to say is that I’m feeling sad for these women and I was arguing with myself if I should have published this or not.
These three Indian sisters are the living proof that werewolves may actually exist…but not like in X-Men.
Blighted by a condition that affects one in a billion, the siblings Savita, 23, Monish, 19 and Savitri, 15, have their bodies covered from head to toes in thick hair.
Warewolf syndrome, also known as hypertricosis, it’s rare genetic mutation that causes an excess growth of hair in areas of the skin where under normal circumstances the hair’s growth cells would be switched off. This causes eyelids, eyebrows, forehead and nose hair to grow out of control.
Stephan Bibrowski, also known as Lionel the Lion-Faced Man, had congenital terminal hypertrichosis
The three girls are clearly battling to keep the condition under control using special hair removal cream.
Several circus sideshow performers in the 19th and early 20th centuries, had hypertrichosis. Many of them worked as freaks and were promoted as having distinct human and animal traits.
Here you have it…now you know where werewolves are coming from!
Thankx to Crew at thezigzagger.com for the insight. !!!