Leona Young, of Norwich, NY, applies a blowtorch to her tongue. A colleague of professor Kongee, The Painless Wonder, Young called herself the Devil’s Daughter and performed with hot lead, volcanic explosions and a regulation plumber’s torch, which she passed over her exposed flesh. (March 3, 1938) ~ Ripley’s Believe it or not.

Leona Young, of Norwich, NY, applies a blowtorch to her tongue. A colleague of professor Kongee, The Painless Wonder, Young called herself the Devil’s Daughter and performed with hot lead, volcanic explosions and a regulation plumber’s torch, which she passed over her exposed flesh. (March 3, 1938) ~ Ripley’s Believe it or not.