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Brain Op Left This Man With A Special Gift!

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In 2004, Moe Hunter contracted a rare type of bacterial meningitis and developed tuberculosis in his brain.

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He was in a coma at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital for more than a month.

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In order to drain the fluid from his brain, the surgeons had to perform a shunt installation procedure.

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Moe had no interest in crafts and was not particularly artistic before being diagnosed.

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He quickly left his family and friends stunned by his creative exhibition.

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Despite "being lousy" at art in school, the 38-year-old developed an unexplainable ability for painting, modelling, and drawing all at once.

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His paintings, drawings & models, which range in size from a life-size R2-D2 to a miniature Chewbacca, are presently displayed in his Hereford, England, house.

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No meaningful medical justification has been offered. Comas can alter the human brain in bizarre ways.

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