With just a suit (or a pair of knickers), a cape and a mask to be like Batman and Man Spider or so.

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Ordinary people wearing costumes and fake names to do good and fight crime. Meet the phenomenon of super-heroes in real life

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n classic superhero style, citizens around the world are taking it upon themselves to fight crime. Just like their illustrated icons, “real-life superheroes” create a second identity and patrol the streets in the dark of the night.

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Human evolution has finally taken a turn toward spandex. Superheroes aren’t just in movies; there are actually 200 registered real life superheroes on the World Superhero Registry.

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With his trusty sidekick, the Ace, he fights to vanquish crime and defend the helpless – if he doesn’t get evicted first. Behind the mask of the Real Life Superheroes

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By Paul Constant They hide their true identities behind elaborate masks and costumes, patrolling the streets of downtown Salt Lake City in groups of two and three. People react to them in various ways: Older folks tend to ignore them. …

SLC Superheroes: The Black Monday Society keeps an eye out for street crime so you don’t have to Read more »

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