Man with completely blue skin dies at 62

Paul Karason,
a man made famous after his skin turned permanently blue 15 years ago, has
passed away at 62 after suffering a heart attack, according to The Christian
skin turned blue after he used

colloidal silver, a liquid made by extracting
silver from metal, to treat his dermatitis – a condition that causes swollen,
red and itchy skin. Karason reportedly drank the silver-based remedy and rubbed
it on his skin.

“The change
was so gradual that I didn’t perceive it and other people around me
likewise,” said Karason in an earlier interview. “It wasn’t until a
friend I hadn’t seen in several months came by my parent’s place to see me and
he asked me, ‘What did you do?’”
After turning
blue, Karason led a reclusive life until appearing on the Today show in 2008.
suffered from heart problems and underwent a triple bypass five years ago,
according to the Christian Post. He had also recently suffered a bout of severe
pneumonia and a stroke.
The use of
colloidal silver in oral drugs has since been banned by the FDA, according to
the National Institute of Health.
Read more: foxnews

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