10 Insanely Luckiest People In Human History

The concept of luck seems to be a possibility for things that we simply cannot explain: how to survive mortal experiences or happen with inventions that change the world. Although they don’t know why some people seem to be luckier than others.

Sometimes we witness events that are absolutely unlikely and hardly accidental. It seems someone designed these events so that they could only happen in a certain way.

Luckiest People In Human History

Craft Side wants to introduce you to people who have been very lucky.

10. Lena Påhlsson

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Lena Påhlsson found a wedding ring that disappeared 16 years ago while harvesting vegetables in her garden. A carrot grew through the ring, and the ring came with the vegetable.

9. Steve Flaig

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Steve grew up without his mother and has been looking for her for years. It turned out that he was looking for the wrong last name. A coincidence helped him find his mother.

Steve started working at a large chain of stores and told his boss about his struggle. The boss recognized Steve’s mother’s last name. Turns out, she was working at a different store for that chain.

8. Virginia Fike

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Virginia always chose the same combination of digits for her lottery tickets. The first number represented the number of years her parents were married and the second the age in the year of marriage.

In 2012, she signed two tickets with the same numbers by accident, each with a million dollars.

7. Tsutomu Yamaguchi

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Tsutomu Yamaguchi is the only person who survived the two nuclear attacks in Japan. He was on a business trip in Hiroshima when the nuclear attack occurred, just 3 kilometers from the explosion.

He was seriously burned, but it’s okay. Three days later, he returned to his workplace in Nagasaki, where the second explosion occurred.

6. Harrison Odjegba Okene

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Harrison Odjegba Okene worked as a cook on a ship. He was in the bathroom when the ship began to sink and was unable to evacuate in time.

Fortunately, he managed to get into the engine room where an airbag formed. Rescuers were able to find it in just three days. Harrison was the only survivor among the 12 team members.

5. Joan Ginther

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This is a saleswoman who sold the $ 5.4 million lucky lottery ticket to Joan Ginther. 10 years later, Joan earned $ 2 million and 3 years later, $ 3 million more. Finally, in 2008, she won a $ 10 million jackpot.

4. Juliane Koepcke

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Juliane Koepcke survived a plane crash just above the Amazon River in 1971. The 17-year-old girl managed to escape the crash with numerous injuries and cuts.

After the accident, Juliane had to live in the jungle among wild animals for a few days, until she was rescued by the locals. Juliane was the only survivor on that plane.

3. Maarten de Jonge

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Dutch professional cyclist Maarten de Jonge booked tickets for both flights with Malaysian airlines and canceled his reservation at the last minute. One of the planes went missing somewhere in the Indian Ocean and the other one closed in the summer of 2014.

2. Reshma Begum

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Reshma Begum worked as a seamstress in a factory in one of the 18-story buildings, Rana Plaza. She was lucky to survive and explode but was trapped under the rubble. Fortunately, she managed to find food and water to survive for 17 days, until rescuers let her out.

1. Frane Selak

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Frane Selak is a Croatian music teacher who escaped death for the first time when a train fell into the lake. After that, he survived a car accident, fell from the plane, and landed on a pile of hay, while 19 passengers tragically died. The man also survived some car accidents. Ultimately, Frane won around a million dollars in a lottery.

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