Sick from it all
April 13, 2013 7:47 AM Subscribe
posted by Countess Elena (146 comments total)
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"At night, [Nicols Fox] wears a shirt woven with silver fibers to reduce her radio frequency exposure, and though her house has electricity, she shuts it off and uses gas lamps whenever possible. During our conversation, her voice would occasionally get cracked and raspy if I got too close with my audio recorder. In the five years since she’s moved to the Radio Quiet Zone, she hasn't left once."
Despite consternation from locals, sufferers from electromagnetic hypersensitivity
(EHS) have begun moving to the town of Green Bank, West Virginia, to live in the U.S. National Radio Quiet Zone, an area established to minimize interference with radio astronomy.
In defiance of stereotype, Green Bank "refugees" are often highly educated people
who had demanding professions before the onset of their symptoms.
The Electrosensitive Society
website, comprehensive but rather scant under the "EHS Medical Specialists" link.