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Woman capable of manipulating electronics with her mind.

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posted on Feb, 17 2004 @ 09:04 AM
This is very interesting. The woman is capable of turning on and off radios from a few rooms over but can also destroy electorinics as well without wanting to.

The most interesting thing is that Best Buy has a restraining order against her.

She has crippled computers (mine), zapped televisions (her own), and fouled up phones (numerous). She's a walking remote control. She can turn off a CD player from the next room. She can open garage doors with her thoughts.

Needless to say, she's extremely careful around anything with a plug.

Mr. Coffee is in mortal danger from her mere touch, so Dad brews the java in their house. They can't have an electric blanket -- the last one caught fire and burned a hole in the mattress. They refuse to get a cordless phone or a DVD player for fear Mom would mess up their mechanisms.

You know those anti-static pouches they pack circuit boards in? Mom has a suit made out of that material. She wears it when she goes to Best Buy. She isn't crazy about it, but they have a restraining order.

My mother has learned to live with her electro-magnetic field, but it's been difficult. She got so tired of being strip-searched at airports that she started telling the security guys the metal plate in her head was setting off the sensors. When we were kids, my sister and I used to beg her to turn the radio on and off without using her hands, just for our own amusement.

posted on Feb, 17 2004 @ 09:13 AM
She is telekinetic...

You can try different experiements yourself with a fork, or compass (non expensive compass because you'll ruin it accidentally from the neural network in your brain).

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