Please feel free to enjoy the sound track to my 10th grade year of high school while reading this post.Human horns aren’t really a new a new phenomena. The earliest documented medical cases date back to the 1500’s and the London Museum has several human horns in their collection. In 1930, a Russian banker “discovered” a Manchurian farmer named Wang who sported a 13-inch protrusion on the back of his head. The Russian snapped a picture of Wang and sent it to Robert Ripley of ‘Believe It Or Not!’ fame. Ripley renamed him The Human Unicorn.


Amazing as it looks and sounds, Wang isn’t alone in the world of human horns. In October 2007, 95-year-old Xiou Ling sprouted a 6½-inch horn and about a month later, 93-year-old Ma Zhong Nan showed the world the 4-inch horn growing on the top of his head.

The most recent and exciting Asian HORN is that of Agent Lover Zhang Ruifang’s.


Zhang’s HORN began growing on the left side of her forehead last year and it now measures 4″ long. She says she feels no pain in the HORN and apparently something is now growing out of the right ride of her forehead too!

Hmmmm LOOKS LIKE ANOTHA HORN TO ME.

Zhang said she is “quite looking forward to when the matching one has grown a bit” and has refused offers to have them removed.

Growths like these are usually cutaneous horns, which are made of keratin, the same substance that fingernails are made of. These types of horns are usually harmless, unless you accidentally impale someone during a make out sesh.