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Hallucinations and CBS 'phantasmagoria'

By T.K. Randall
February 7, 2009 · Comment icon 4 comments

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It is thought that over 100,000 people in Britain alone suffer from Charles Bonnet Syndrome, a condition that causes hallucinations which can lead sufferers to believe that they've lost their minds.
Following his wife's death six years ago, David Stannard has become accustomed to spending quiet evenings alone at his home in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey. So it came as a surprise to the 73-year-old when he looked up from his television one evening to discover he was sharing his living room with two RAF pilots and a schoolboy. "

Source: Daily Mail | Comments (4)

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by Wookietim 15 years ago
Hmmmmm..... A possible explanation for some Ghosts/UFO sightings? Not all, but some?
Comment icon #2 Posted by The Mule 15 years ago
Picture yourself in a boat on a river, With tangerine trees and marmalade skies.......
Comment icon #3 Posted by Pol_Pot_Lives_Again 15 years ago
Comment icon #4 Posted by Shuriken 15 years ago
Picture yourself in a boat on a river, With tangerine trees and marmalade skies....... my thoughts exactly! too many people are tripping their balls and forgetting in later on...

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