posted on Sep, 17 2013 @ 05:24 PM
So I have a strange event to relate, to get everyone's thought and input on the situation. I had a friend over last night while her apartment building
was being fumigated, and she brought her own laptop. So we were both on our laptops, and she had headphones on and I was sort of on mine and watching
I glanced over at her because she got quiet and was frowning at her screen looking kind of pale and not paying attention to me so I nudged her.
She jolted and glanced at me saying her headphones are making a really high pitched ringing from her computer to her headphones and stopped quickly,
it then it did it again a second time right after for a longer period of time and then she tried to unplug her headphones, thinking her headphones
were going bad. We though it fixed it but then it was emitting from her speakers, and each time it did it would get longer. It was quite high in
pitch, to the point where it was almost inaudible, and it was also quite loud it seemed to fill the whole apartment. He complained about the sound and
his ear hurting from down the hall which was a good 30 feet or so away. (Plus is door was closed.) To me it just kind of made my jaw hurt like when
you listen to nails on a chalk board. But later that night I did get a headache and lethargic.
Well we ended up just shutting down her laptop, and right after we did she started to complain that she couldn't breathe right, and she was kind
of turning blue around the lips kind of like a choking person would. She also complained that her chest and body was heavy and then she started
sweating and shaking badly, and saying she was extremely dizzy the room was spinning before passing out. We quickly took her to the emergency room,
which is luckily right down the street. By the time we got there she was vomiting non-stop for what seemed like 30-40 minutes. The doctors didn't know
what was wrong and kept her over night, this was about the time my headache and tiredness kicked in and then I threw up twice when I got home before
crashing in bed.
I'm pretty sure it was just from how high pitched the sound was, but I felt like I should share it none the less see what you all think, or if
you experienced anything like it. I need to go pick her up in an hour or so, so maybe the doctors will have more information.
9/17/2013 by Jedite because: Grammar.