The official Guinness World Record holder of living the longest with a bullet in one's head has died in Central California at age 103, reports LA Times.
For the past 94 years and six months, William Lawlis Pace had been
living with a bullet in his skull after his older brother accidentally
shot him with their father’s .22-caliber rifle in 1917. The injury damaged one of his eyes and facial nerves but didn't prevent Pace from working as a cemetery custodian. Doctors decided to leave the bullet in place because they worried that surgery might cause brain damage.
In 2006, Pace was crowned the world record-holder in the category of unwanted cranial ammunition acquisition.