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    More Americans flee US consulate in China as mysterious sonic sickness linked to Cuba illness spreads

    From the South China Morning Post

    More Americans flee US consulate in China as mysterious sonic sickness linked to Cuba illness spreads

    A US worker and his family were evacuated from the Guangzhou consulate after they had symptoms like those that left 24 people in Cuba with “brain injuries”

    PUBLISHED : Thursday, 07 June, 2018, 5:29am
    UPDATED : Friday, 08 June, 2018, 1:33am
    More US citizens have been evacuated from a US consulate in Guangzhou, China, after suffering what appears to be the same strange, sound-related illness that befell Cuba consulate workers in 2016, it emerged on Wednesday.

    Consulate worker Mark Lenzi and his wife heard strange noises over the course of several months before falling ill with what they described as neurological symptoms, The New York Times reported.

    On Wednesday night they were flown to the US with their children, including a three-year-old boy who was also affected.

    Speaking to The Washington Post that same day, Lenzi described the sound as being like “marbles bouncing and hitting a floor then rolling on an incline with a static sound”.

    They asked their neighbour if he was responsible, but he denied it. Months later, the couple began to develop excruciating headaches and suffer sleep deprivation “” as did their son. Consulate doctors prescribed painkillers and sleeping tablets, they said.

    Then, last month, he found out that their neighbour had been evacuated from the consulate, having suffered similar symptoms. Those included “subtle and vague, but abnormal, sensations of sound and pressure”, the State Department said at the time.

    He was checked and diagnosed with a “mild traumatic brain injury”, the State Department said.

    That statement also said the government did not know of any other cases – which was a lie, Lenzi told The Washington Post; he said he”d filed reports with both the consulate and the State Department.


    Read the full article here and listen to the recorded sound – if you dare…

    AND Google “The Taos Hum”


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