A schoolboy from India suffers from a rare condition known as ‘werewolf syndrome’ which has left his entire face blanketed in hair.

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The real-life werewolf. Via Daily Mail/Barcroft Media

Lalit Patidar, 13, from Ratlam in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, was born with congenital hypertrichosis. 

The incurable condition causes abnormal amounts of fine hairs up to 5cm long to grow on a person’s face, arms and other parts of their body. 

Lalit, who is successful and popular at school, says he is usually accepting of his appearance but strangers sometimes throw stones and call him a ‘monkey’.

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[Daily Mail]

4 COMMENTS

  1. I have been surrounded by agents from Deep States’ Government agents for many years. What I have realized is that many of them have a special feature. They have a little bit ape looking and very primitive cave man looking. I myself categorized them different from ordinary Caucasians. Recently, I have found who they are. They have strong gene of Neanderthals! I studied about the information about Neanderthals. Then I’ve found the information that many Europeans mixed with Neanderthals! Even Neanderthals are said to be extinct, but they are not. Their strong gene are in many Europeans! Neanderthals have ape looking and very primitive cave people, and they love hunting and killing people and animals. They are cannibals. Still many of people originated from Europe have strong Neanderthals’ genes with thick facial and body hairs. You cannot deny this facts! No wonder the history of Europe is the history of cannibalism.

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