I was going through some old pictures and stumbled upon these, i took this picture some time during my residency a couple of years ago. I have permission from the patient to use these pics on the condition that i do not give out personal details. This guy was shot with a 12 gauge shotgun( not a sumpak) close range, wearing nothing but a shirt. None of the buck shot went in, they just left nastly little welts on his skin, believe it or not. When I jokingly asked him if he had an agimat, he just smiled. Of course a lot will argue that maybe he was shot with defective or weak ammo, but like i said, believe it or not.Also I'm not saying I believe he does have an agimat, but it does make me think sometimes ( it makes me think sana meron ako ,he he). Anyone with a similar experience or story?