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David Alexander gave this information:

His real name was Arnold Gerrit Henskes. He did this several times, even once allowing the doctors to push the sword themselves. There is at least one X-Ray showing the sword all the way through.

His stage name is Esperanto for "wonderful."

He died in 1948 of an aortic rupture.
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Do not try this at home...if you wanna try make sure try it in hospital...
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Wait wait wait,

Is that info about the piercing hole remotly true. I have never heard of that being possible and as some one with an intrest in piercings Im not sure how youd even be able to make something like that. Anyway some one please fill me in.

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