Lightning never strikes twice in the same place


LIGHTNING NEVER STRIKES TWICE
IN THE SAME PLACE

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The term 'lightning never strikes twice in the same place' dates back to the mid 1850's and is used to describe the fact that the save misfortune will not occur twice to the same person.

The truth is, lightning does strike twice in the same place, in fact lightning strikes the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada up to 100 times per year.

As for the same misfortune not happening twice to the same person, Virginian park ranger Roy C. Sullivan will never believe it, he was struck by lightning 7 times, surviving each time.


Lightning Striking the CN Tower


Lightning never strikes twice in the same place

Lightning never strikes twice in the same place

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