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Story of the late Paul Karason and other blue and silver people
Man's Skin Famously Turned Blue From Dietary Supplements | lamusedesgones.com
In , Paul Karason appeared on national television to reveal his unordinary skin to the world. Prior to his TV debut, Paul had been living as a recluse, limiting his time in public as much as possible. Paul grew up with red hair and fair skin. During his middle-age years, he came down with a serious case of dermatitis and flaky skin on his face. Then one day, he saw an ad for an old wives' remedy and decided to give it a try. The ad was for a concoction called colloidal silver — a once-popular cold and flu remedy used in the early 20th century up until the s. The solution, made up of tiny silver particles, promised to be a cure-all.
Colloidal Silver Turns You Blue—But Can It Save Your Life?
Oregon native Paul Karason was trying to get healthy. He tried diets, occasionally worked out, and watched what he ate. But, one method in particular caught his eye in a magazine.
In , Paul Karason, a year-old man from the Pacific Northwest, agreed to appear on the Today show. And appear is the best word for it, since he was there because of the way he looked. From head to toe, Paul Karason was the color blue. Not a subtle light-wash tint, either. This was closer to navy—like Beast from the X-Men or some elder Smurf.