Sep 8 2008
GEORGIE Hyslop claims her life was ruined by what locals call the "Largs Hum" - an unexplained low frequency noise.
The 66-year-old former RAF radar operator says her problems started after she had a metal implant fitted to repair her back after a skiing accident.
And she fears the implant turned her into a human aerial - picking up electricity waves when she is near a mobile phone mast, pylon or military radar.
After moving to Largs in 2000 following the death of her husband Roy, Georgie started to feel unwell. She experienced headaches, nose bleeds, loss of feeling in her arms, chest pains and an abnormal heart rhythm.
Her symptoms got worse after a police Tetra mast was fitted nearby. And a constant, low-frequency hum made it impossible for her to sleep.
From Mast Sanity/Mast Network