A Tennessee man who cries tears of blood has spent the last seven years searching for answers and help.
The first time Michael Spann cried blood he was in his home coming down the stairs and had a sudden flash of pain.
“I felt like I got hit in the head with a sledgehammer,” Spann told The Tennessean. “I never felt anything like it.”
Spann said blood was coming not just from his eyes, but also his nose and mouth. He was 22-years-old at the time when this started to occur almost everyday.
Now, seven years later, he said it’s not as frequent, only happening once or twice a week.
Span explained to the newspaper that doctors haven’t been able to figure out why this is happening to him. Exploratory procedures could do more harm than good.