5. Kaspar Hauser
On 26th May, 1828, a boy appeared in the street of Nuremberg. He carried a letter addressed to the captain of the 4th squadron of the 6th cavalry regiment. The boy claimed that his name is Kaspar and he grown up in a dark isolated cell which was about 2 meters long, one meter wide and one and a half meters high. The boy didn’t know much about his past except that his father was a cavalry soldier. The boy ate only black bread and water and grab all shiny objects like he had never seen any light in his life. Though, there are several stories, his real identity has been discovered.