Bill Morgan had already been dubbed Australia’s luckiest man when, in 1999, he won the lottery for a second time. The truck driver had been in an accident that left him clinically dead for 14 minutes (twice the time needed to declare someone as having died) and then in a coma for 12 days. Against all odds, Morgan made a miraculous recovery. A year later, after he won a car on a scratch-off lottery ticket, his story caught the attention This story is from Kinfolk Issue Forty-Seven Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 37 Get Lucky On the primacy of chance. Arts & Culture Issue 47 Alice Sheppard On dance as a channel to commune with the body—even when it hurts. Arts & Culture Issue 47 Dr. Woo Meet the tattoo artist who's inked LA. Arts & Culture Issue 47 Walt Odets The author and clinical psychologist on why self-acceptance is the key to a gay man's well-being. Arts & Culture Fashion Issue 47 A Picture of Health Xiaopeng Yuan photographs the world’s weirdest wellness cures. Arts & Culture Issue 47 Chani Nicholas and Sonya Passi Inside the astrology company on a mission to prove workplace well-being is more than a corporate tagline.