Inside the ‘quiet zone’, home to electrosensitives

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Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Broadcast: 10/03/2015

Reporter: North America correspondent Ben Knight

The tiny US town of Green Bank, West Virginia is in the ‘quiet zone’ – free from wireless communications due to the sensitivity of a high powered telescope. That makes it attractive to so-called ‘electrosensitives’ like Diane Schou – those who say they are unable to live with the frequencies emitted by modern electrical devices.

Src: http://www.abc.net.au/lateline/content/2015/s4195094.htm

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