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This is not someone related to me but it belongs in Thriller Thursday, and maybe a relative might be researching and stumble across this post.
November 7, 1957
Trenton, MO-Gilbert McCulley, 49 used a pocket knife to cut of his left hand when it was caught in a mechanical corn picker.
McCulley, working alone on his farm near Galt, Mo., said he shouted before resorting to the knife.
He then unhooked his tractor and drove three-quarters of a mile to his house. A daughter called a relative who brought McCulley 20 miles to a hospital in Trenton. His condition was reported as fair.
Wow! Self-Surgery! I could never imagine doing this…but he had a supernatural strength that came across him and he survived a tragic accident of losing his hand.
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