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Posted: November 11, 2017 at 1 a.m.

Perhaps you've heard of Roy Sullivan. He was a park ranger at Shenandoah National Park for 35 years. Roy Sullivan has the unique distinction of being the only human being in recorded history to be struck by lightning seven times -- and survived. What are the odds? But even more interesting was what happened on Saturday morning, June 25, 1977. Sullivan was fishing for trout when he was struck by lightning as he stood in the river. As he staggered to shore with his clothes smoldering, HE WAS ATTACKED BY A BEAR! That was a very bad day -- even for him.

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