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CATHERINE'S STORY Scotland
Contamination level: Severe illness! Forced to abandon a home.
Author: CATHERINE Created: 25 Sep 2005 Updated: 25 Sep 2005 Viewed: 3240 time(s)
FORMER nurse Catherine Fraser has always had acute hearing. For years, she thought it was a blessing - but it soon became a curse.
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I started hearing a strange humming sound and felt the floor vibrating. Created: 25 Sep 2005
FORMER nurse Catherine Fraser has always had acute hearing.
For years, she thought it was a blessing - but it soon became a curse.

When she moved to Old Kilpatrick, near Glasgow, she began picking up electric signals inside her home.

The 78-year-old said: "I started hearing a strange humming sound and felt the floor vibrating.
"This carried on every night, getting worse in the early hours. It was impossible to sleep.
"I had burning sensations in my legs and my head felt like it was going to explode.

"I had various people check it out. I even called the police one night and two officers came.
"They felt strange tingling sensations in their legs and pressure in their heads."

Catherine believes the hum came from electromagnetic fields caused by nearby phone masts.
She suspects these had a significant effect in her house because it had a lot of metal in the walls.

She said: "My life has been hell since 1997.
Unless you feel something for yourself you can't believe what it's like.
"I couldn't stand it any longer and was forced out of my home to stay in B&Bs.

"Since Tetra has been rolled out, there are masts all over the country.
I believe there is a link between the transmissions from these masts and people's health.
"It's just a question of being able to scientifically prove it.

"But if the HPA are prepared to recognize electro sensitivity it will only be a matter of time
I feel ill just picking up the phone
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