What causes prosopometamorphopsia, the rare PMO ‘demon face’ syndrome? | Top Vip News


Since November 2020, faces appear distorted to Victor Sharrah.

Victor Sharrah had always been a people person, but over the past three years he has become more withdrawn.

That’s because since waking up one day in November 2020, Sharrah, 59, has been seeing people’s faces distorted or, as he put it, like “demons.”

“I woke up one morning like that and I was scared,” Sharrah told USA TODAY.

Sharrah is one of the few people in the world with prosopometamorphopsia or PMOa rare condition that causes a person to see very stretched features with deep furrows on the forehead, cheeks and chin, according to a recent study published in The Lancet.

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