6 Interesting Real Life Stories That Would Make Stunning Movies!

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These stories are so interesting that you wouldn't believe that they are real! Just read them and see for yourself. Enjoy!

1. "Jennifer Appel and Tasha Fuiava decided to take a sailing trip from Hawaii to Tahiti with their 2 dogs but things didn't go as planned."

Jennifer Appel and Tasha Fuiava decided to take a sailing trip from Hawaii to Tahiti with their 2 dogs but things didn't go as planned. They planned to be at their destination in 18 days, yet, they spent the entire 5 months in the open ocean! They had an engine casualty during bad weather, their yacht was attacked by sharks, finally they were found 550 miles from the Japanese coast.

2. "Once homeless Vic became a mechanical engineer and Emmy wrote a book about their love."

Swedish actress and journalist Emmy Abrahamson met a man named Vic Kocula in Amsterdam in 2006 and she was struck by his “beautiful brown eyes.” She immediately understood that he was homeless judging by his look, yet, it is not a problem for Emmy since she felt the chemistry between them.

10 years have passed, and they are happily married and parents of twins. Once homeless Vic became a mechanical engineer and Emmy wrote a book about their love.

3. "When he returned his room 5 hours later, he is faced with a disaster."

In 2001, a man named Nick Burchill stayed in the Fairmont Empress Hotel in Victoria which is famous for pepperoni. He filled his suitcase with pepperoni for his friends and put it on the window sill to keep it cool. When he returned his room 5 hours later, he is faced with a disaster. A flock of seagulls ate all pepperoni and shited everywhere. Nick thrown his shoe at them to get them out of the room. He then retrieved his lost shoe from the street and tried to dry it with a hairdyer without knowing the outcome. It killed the power in the hotel after the hairdryer fell in a sink full of water.

Nick was banned from the hotel forever. 17 years later he wrote an apology letter to the hotel, anf the hotel management allowed him to come there again.

4. "Her work was so bad that it became a global laughingstock."

A fresco of Jesus Christ called “Ecce Homo” which is painted in 1930 by Elías García Martínez, was restored by Cecilia Giménez in 2012 and her work was so bad that it became a global laughingstock. 

Despite the fact that Cecilia ruined the fresco, the town became rich thanks to tourist coming to see it!

5. "Oksana had different leg lengths, webbed fingers with no thumbs, and 6 toes on each foot, and her parents abandoned her right after she was born."

Oksana had different leg lengths, webbed fingers with no thumbs, and 6 toes on each foot, and her parents abandoned her right after she was born. Gay Masters spent 2 years trying to adopt her after she saw her. 

Oksana won the bronze medal at the 2012 London Paralympic Games and the silver and bronze medals in Sochi in 2014 with her mother' support and love.

6. "After 20 years of living apart, his meeting with his mother was so touching that everyone cried the river."

Anthropologist Kenneth Good who studied the Yanomami tribe, married a tribe girl named Yarima and they moved to New York and had 3 children. When their eldest son David was only 5 years old, Yarima abondoned them and returned to the Amazon rainforest.

After 20 years of living apart, David decided to see his mother having read father's memoirs about the tribe. His meeting with his mother was so touching that everyone cried the river.

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