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Woman claimed filling was 'messaging aliens'

Posted on Wednesday, 14 August, 2019 | Comment icon 12 comments

It turned out the woman had a history of psychosis. Image Credit: CC BY 3.0 John Masterson, CSIRO
A recent incident at a dentist's office saw a woman insist that her dental filling was sending radio signals to ET.
The strange altercation, which occurred last Tuesday afternoon in Safford, Arizona, involved a woman who had visited the dentist to demand that a filling be removed from her tooth.

The reason, she argued, was that she believed the filling was sending messages to aliens.

When the woman didn't get her way, she became angry and threatened to kill the dentist.

She eventually left to have the procedure carried out at a different dental office and, according to reports, did in fact have the filling removed and replaced later on the same day.

It later transpired that the woman hadn't been taking her medication and was having a psychotic episode. When an officer went to check on her, she denied ever being to see the dentist.

Her doctor has since been notified and a follow-up visit scheduled for further evaluation.

Source: Gila Valley Central | Comments (12)

Tags: Dentist, Extraterrestrial

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #3 Posted by Scholar4Truth on 14 August, 2019, 18:04
It seems its possible, but the evidence is not definitive. There were two other cases similar to this one:
Comment icon #4 Posted by DanL on 14 August, 2019, 22:00
I have heard of people receiving radio but this is the first time I've read of a filling sending out signals. I wonder what it was sending out? I'm pretty sure that she needs to have a visit from the aliens in white coats with nets.
Comment icon #5 Posted by highdesert50 on 15 August, 2019, 14:23
Ummm, do you suppose she used a cell phone to call for an appointment ... a real RF transmitter that is indeed monitored.
Comment icon #6 Posted by Calibeliever on 15 August, 2019, 15:36
I lived briefly in a shared house after college with about 5 other young people. One of the girls that stayed there a short time was convinced that David Bowie was listening to her through her dental work. Apparently she had been at a party once that he supposedly attended and since then he'd been listening in on her conversations. As proof, all of his songs since then contained things she'd said.  Not sure what became of her, I got the hell out of there a short time later.
Comment icon #7 Posted by Scholar4Truth on 15 August, 2019, 16:47
I hope she does not still hear them, she might think he is still alive or that his ghost is communicating with her 
Comment icon #8 Posted by Calibeliever on 15 August, 2019, 16:55
Yeah I don't know, that was over 30 years ago. She was a tortured soul though, I felt really bad for her. She would wake up wailing in the middle of the night and definitely needed meds. I'm not sure what became of anyone who lived there at the time. I can't even remember any of their names, it was a revolving front door. If you had rent for a month you could stay, if not out you went. Interesting times
Comment icon #9 Posted by Trihalo42 on 16 August, 2019, 11:21
Mad hatters were called that because of mercury exposure. A PubMed study from 2014 challenges the idea that mercury dental amalgams are safe. Despite the Myth Busters attempt at disproving dental fillings picking up radio signals, brass posts were used previously, and copper oxide is a semiconductor. Metals contamination in the brain, as seen with aluminum buildup in some Alzheimer patients, can increase sensitivity to EMF. Sleep deprivation can increase permeability of the blood brain barrier, allowing more contaminants to cross. 
Comment icon #10 Posted by freetoroam on 17 August, 2019, 20:56
Your link does not work, but it does not matter as dental implants can not send signals to aliens. So no, it is not possible. What is highly possible is the woman needs her implants removed and given  psychiatric help. Can you provide a link which works  to these two other cases, I am assuming they too believe they are sending signals to aliens via their dental implants?
Comment icon #11 Posted by rashore on 17 August, 2019, 21:16
Radio dental implants.. man, that's an oldie but goodie I haven't heard in a while, fun that it showed up in your home town. And I had no idea Lucille Ball had a story about it. Thanks for sharing.
Comment icon #12 Posted by Scholar4Truth on 18 August, 2019, 19:31
I first remember seeing this on an episode of Saved By The Bell where Screech portrays an alien.

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