Headless People

headinchestA mythical people known as akephaloi (Greek “headless ones”) or Blemmyes had no head or neck and their eyes, nose and mouth were placed in their chest. They lived by the Nile, in Ethiopia, and in parts of India. Often naked, fierce and combat loving they were eight feet tall, their skin could turn to a golden colour and their beards could grow down to their knees. It was said their lacking of a heard was due to the sins of their ancestors