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Video: Lightning Strikes Man Twice

Video: Lightning Strikes Man Twice

A new viral video sweeping the Web appears to show a person getting struck by lightning -- twice. In the footage, purportedly taken from a security camera, a bright flash zaps the unfortunate man causing him to collapse to the ground. After a few moments he apparently recovers and walks off, only to be hit a second time a few feet from the first strike. Experts have called into question the authenticity of the video, citing that people almost never survive direct lightning strikes, and the two flashes appear only as single frames in the footage. More at Life's Little Mysteries.

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