posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 12:03 PM
I saw the show for that second clip; and while I doubt it's paranormal, the scientists couldn't explain what was going on by the end of it.
Here's the basic gist of the show:
She'd supposedly bleed spontaneously from various areas of the body, with no visible wounds; blood tests came back within normal levels(there was a
minor issue with clotting, but the hematologists likened it to the effect of taking an aspirin), and the blood they found on her was indeed her
blood(AB+, different from her mother's). The only explanation that the scientists could come up with was that she was lying, or her mother had
And of course they left it at the point where they decide to(finally) put her under observation so they can see the bleeding actually occur.
I wish they'd just complete all of the tests before airing these kinds of shows(if tests aren't inconclusive, they'll leave you hanging without
doing the final, "big" test).
IMO, I don't think she's faking it; there's too much bleeding for it to be feasible that either of them are doing it(they'd need to have and hide
a pretty large supply of AB+ blood to keep it up), and she's now a social pariah because of people variously thinking she's horribly diseased or