These People Are The Luckiest Persons Ever To Have Existed


Your definition of luck will change altogether after reading this.

1. Bill Morgan – He came back from the dead.

Australian Bill Morgan came back from the dead and won a car and a big amount of cash.

Bill Morgan had an accident where he was crushed when his car collided with a truck in an accident. He was dead for more than 14 minutes but somehow survived and also came away from 12 days of coma, even after his family removed him from the life support.
Not only that. To celebrate the new life, he bought a ‘Scratch It’ card and won a $27,000 car! And to document his incredible story, a local news channel asked him to re-enact the winning moment by scratching another card, only for him to win $250,000 again during the live reenactment!

2. Frane Selak – Was lucky 7 times, and then again.


Frane Selak is known as the luckiest man to ever live as he cheated death 7 TIMES!

In January 1962 the train he was travelling flipped off the tracks, and crashed in a freezing canyon river. 17 other passengers drowned to their deaths but bystanders pulled him to the shore.
A year later, during his first and only plane ride, he was blown out of a malfunctioning plane door, and landed on a haystack. The plane crashed, killing 19 people.
In 1966, a bus he was travelling in skid off the road, into a river, drowning four passengers. However, swam safely to the shore.
Two years after, when trying to teach his youngest son how to hold a gun. Selak hadn’t realized that the safety trigger was accidentally off and somehow shot himself in the testicles and his testicles had to be removed, but he luckily survived, again.In 1970, and 1973 he got into accidents where his car caught fire but again managed to get out of the situation absolutely unharmed.
In 1995, Selak was hit by a bus in Zagreb, but only suffered minor injuries.
A year later, he eluded a collision with a United Nations truck on a blind mountain curve by swerving into a guardrail, which couldn’t hold on its own and gave way under the impact force of the car. He was not wearing a seat-belt at this point of time, and was ejected from the car when the door flew open. Selak saw his death along with the car plummet down about 300 ft into a gorge.

And again in 2003, two days after his 73rd birthday, Frane Selak won a staggering $1.1 million in the Croatian National Lottery!


3. Joan R. Ginther –  Four times a Charm.


The chance of you winning a lottery is 1 in 200 million and you are more likely to die getting struck by an asteroid than win a lottery.

Joan R. Ginther won a lottery not once, but 4 times!
She first won a $5.4 million then $2 million more 10 years later.
And again 2 years later she won $3 million, and once more $10 million in 2008!

4. Tsutomu Yamaguchi – The man who survived a nuclear attack. Twice.

Tsutomu Yamaguchi survived in Fat boy and Little boy, the nuclear bomb dropped in Nagasaki and Hiroshima.

In World War II that Tsutomu was an employee of the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. During one of his work visits to Hiroshima, the first nuclear bomb dropped in 1945. He somehow managed to survive and quickly returned to Nagasaki to his family and started work on the 9th of August, the day the second nuclear attack and miraculously survived that too.

Mr. Yamaguchi lived to a ripe old age of 93 and died on January 4th, 2010, at his home in Nagasaki.

5. Fidel Castro – The man who cannot be killed.

This guy survived over 630 assassination attempts.

Fidel Castro was hated and loved equally by millions across your country.

But Cuba’s counter intelligence agency has estimated that Fidel Castro has survived over 630 assassination attempts! Six hundred and thirty assassination attempts which were planned by the U.S CIA, numerous mafia members, and his own mistress among many, many others.

This guy has survived his cigar being poisoned, exploding cigars, radio laced with LSD, hidden poisonous hypodermic needles filled with lethal concoctions, among a lot more things.