Against all odds, according to prevailing medical theory, George Johnson had outlived all US WWI veterans on a diet of sausage and waffles. His doctor, Stephen Coles, claims Mr. Johnson, “had terrible bad habits.”
At 5’7” and 140 lbs, Mr. Johnson succumbed to pneumonia. An autopsy revealed all of the deceased organs were in perfect condition with the exception of his lungs due to his illness.
“All of his organs were extremely youthful. They could have been the organs of someone who was 50 or 60, not 112”, said Dr. Coles. Genetics are thought to be reasoning behind his exceptional health and longevity.