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The Human Magnet

The Human Magnet

A British woman is so electro-magnetically charged that objects, such as coins, safety pins, magnets, and even metal lids, can stay glued to her for several minutes. Brenda Allison claims her highly-charged body can also trigger car alarms, interfere with TV signals, and blow out light bulbs.

"Everyone has a charge, all slightly different. It sounds like Brenda is highly charged," said electrotherapy expert Kathy Geminiani. Physicians have informed Allison that her magnetic condition may be caused by high levels of stress and have urged her to relax. Read more at Mail Online.

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