Friday, January 16, 2004

Girl with X-Ray vision in Russia?
Somehow this seems like a hoax.

Natasha is capable of distinguishing even the tiniest pathology on a molecular level in the deepest corners of a human body, which are usually left undetected by regular ultrasound. "It's like having double vision. I can switch from one to the other in no time if I need to know a person's health problem," says the teenager. "I see an entire human organism. It is difficult to explain how I determine specific illnesses. There are certain impulses that I feel from the damaged organs. The secondary vision works only in daytime and is asleep at night."

Thanks to Drudge for the link (via Andre Vanier at Federalist-Rant)

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