Comatose dude emerges from brain surgery with new artistic ability
LUCKY Moe Hunter did more than survive his brush with death in 2004 — the miracle man flourished after a monthlong coma, discovered he had a brandnew talent and emerged as an amazing artist!
Moe was just 20 when he was stricken by bacterial meningitis and tuberculosis in his brain, which left him fighting for his life. He finally awoke four weeks after risky surgery — but had no memory of his past and had to rely on friends and family to fill in the gaps.
Now 39, he tells The National ENQUIRER, “I woke up from these crazy dreams, was really sick and had no idea what was going on!” Moe reveals he was “bedridden” for two years after doctors ordered him not to work or drive! He eventually launched a carpentry business in England, and after a customer asked him to create a Legend of Zelda toybox, he “worked all night” drawing and painting its design.
The creative genius recalls his loved ones were “shocked” by the finished product because he always used to say, “You know I can’t draw.” Moe then tested his newfound ability by making models from his favorite TV shows and admits, “I’ve probably made around 5,200 pieces of work combined.” He’s now married and a father — and still faces health hurdles like “mini blackouts” and facial spasms. But Moe doesn’t let those challenges stop him. He’s finishing a comic book and writing a screenplay about his incredible experience!