The case for ‘Havana Syndrome’ skepticism

“As he walked, he began to hear a ringing in his ears. His body went numb, and he had trouble controlling the movement of his legs and his fingers. Trying to speak to a passerby, he had difficulty forming words. ‘It came on very suddenly,’ the official recalled later, while describing the experience to a colleague. ‘In a matter of about seven minutes, I went from feeling completely fine to thinking, Oh, something’s not right, to being very, very worried and actually thinking I was going to die.’ ”

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