Grace McDaniels - Wikipedia

Grace McDaniels (March 14, 1888 – March 17, 1958) was a freak show star known as the "Mule-Faced Woman" due to a severe facial deformity known as Sturge-Weber syndrome.She joined Harry Lewiston's Traveling Circus, where she was paid $175 per week.. Life. McDaniels was born on a farm in 1888, near the small town of Numa, Iowa.Her parents were described as "perfectly normal" and had no facial ...…

Pig-faced women - Wikipedia

The first recorded reference in England to the legend of the pig-faced woman is the fable of Tannakin Skinker, a 17th-century variation on the traditional loathly lady story, in particular on The Wife of Bath's Tale and The Marriage of Sir Gawain. The Skinker story is generally considered the basis for later English stories of pig-faced women. Between 4 and 11 December 1639, five ballads about ...…

GRACE MCDANIELS - The Mule-Faced Woman

GRACE MCDANIELS – The Mule-Faced Woman. Grace McDaniels was born in 1888, the same year that Jack the Ripper was terrorizing London, on a farm near Numa, Iowa to perfectly average parents. After winning an ‘ugliest woman’ contest in 1935, Grace joined up with F.W. Miller’s sideshow.…

Grace McDaniels Sideshow Wiki Fandom

Grace McDaniels. Grace McDaniels (1888 - August 1958), AKA the "Mule Faced Woman," was born in Numa, Iowa. She was called the "Mule Faced" Woman because, to some, her face resembled that of a mule's. The reasoning behind her exterior is that she had had lip cancer which caused her lip to swell.Children: Elmer…

Who was Grace McDaniels? - Ripley's Believe It or Not!

WHO WAS GRACE MCDANIELS READ HER STORY. Grace McDaniels (1888–1958) was a sideshow star known as the “Mule-Faced Woman.” She was famous for having Elephantiasis of the lip. Elephantiasis is a gland disorder which generally results from obstructions of the lymphatic vessels. It s commonly caused by a parasitic disease known as lymphatic ...…

Mule Facts - luckythreeranch.com

Because the mule most often demonstrates the best traits from each parent, he possesses what we call hybrid vigor. The mule inherits from the donkey his incredible strength, intelligence, patience, perseverance, endurance and surefootedness from the jack and his equine beauty, athletic ability and speed from the horse.…