posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 02:31 PM
It does seem like a rather unlikely diagnosis doesn't it? Several of the students were pulled from school and still had symptoms at home, NOT while
around the others which is what a form of mass hysteria is, the psychological influence of one on another.
Isn't MASS hysteria supposed to be, um MASS? 12 doesn't seem like a very large number given the population of the school, and considering they were
all girls, that makes the chances even more unlikely.
I'm no doctor, but something just doesn't add up and this seems to convenient.
I'm sure next they'll say they were all suffering from AD/HD and they need medicine to fix em.