World-renowned swallower Scott Nelson was hospitalized after swords slashed his abdominal cavity, and punctured a lobe of his liver, according to his GoFundMe.
SAN DIEGO — Famous San Diegan and sword swallower Scott Nelson, also known as “Murragoon the Mystic,” was hospitalized after an “unrelated sword swallowing” accident at Six Flags, Washington, D.C. went.
First responders were called to the scene at the Woodmore CDP in Prince George’s County, Maryland, near Upper Marlboro, and at Six Flags USA on October 31 in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, after reports of a medical emergency. called on
“It was not for an accident during the show but for other unrelated health conditions…” said Josh Bowren, production manager for Aaron Raditz Productions, which produced the show, according to Six Flags officials.
Scott Nelson, 59, was taken to an area hospital in serious but non-life-threatening condition, officials said.
According to a GoFundMe page set up to financially support Nelson during her recovery, “Five Swords scissored my abdominal cavity. It also appeared that I tore a hole in a lobe of my liver. What,” said fundraiser organizer Dimitris Antona.
Part of Nelson’s lung was removed, Antona said, and doctors didn’t think Nelson would recover due to a health scare.
“Holy moly!!!! I had no idea how bad it was,” Nelson said in a Facebook post.
Photos on their social media His body displayed numerous cuts, bruises and stitches, some a true testament to his talent.
Nelson often called himself “the most dangerous man in show business and the ace of swords”.
Nelson is known for a number of accomplishments, including being the only man in the world to swallow a rocket-propelled sword.
“Murrugun The Mystic” said he has practiced Transcendental Meditation for over 35 years.
“I can stop my heart; lower my heart rate, blood pressure… I deal with the pain of my process through mediation, prayer, relaxation techniques,” Nelson told AMCTV.
Nelson couldn’t eat for a month, and Antona said he was out of work and wouldn’t be able to work for a while.
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