😱«Beautiful Mary Ann’s Tragic Story: Her Illness Disfigured Her and Made Her Into “The Ugliest and Scary Woman In The World”»😰

The Webster family welcomed Mary Ann Webster into the world on the fringes of east London in 1874. She was the most beautiful, intelligent, and kind of her seven brothers. Following her union with farmer Thomas Bevan and the birth of four children, Mary Ann’s life tragically changed at the age of 32 when she developed signs of a pituitary gland illness called acromegaly.

Without access to medical care, Mary Ann experienced crippling migraines and permanent facial alterations that significantly altered her look. In contrast to guys who have acromegaly and who frequently succeed in power sports, Mary Ann’s once-feminine features eventually turned into what was viewed as an ugly and masculine face.


So Mary Ann started her career in the circus, having to put up with the derision of the crowd to support her family. She received a large payment over the years from performances around Europe and America, which is currently worth $800,000. At the age of fifty-nine, Mary Ann performed until she died in 1933, all the while in excruciating agony and blindness.

Mary Ann was known as the “ugliest woman in the world” until her death, yet her influence went beyond appearances. She was the embodiment of fortitude and selflessness, making sure her kids would have a future despite social rejection and adversity.


Her current resting place in South London’s Ledwell and Brockley Cemetery is a monument to her tenacity and resolve.

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