Mobile mast 'allergy' woman moved to US for better health
A Lincolnshire woman says moving to a remote town in the US has improved her health.
In Autumn, Silvia Wilson moved from her home in Horncastle to Green Bank in West Virginia, US, where radios and mobile phones are restricted.
Previously, Silvia said she would get headaches and sickness and claimed to be "allergic" to signals from a mobile phone mast near her home. She had also lined her home with tin foil.
The World Health Organisation said there is no scientific evidence that links Silvia's condition with electromagnetic waves.
Paul Murphy from Inside Out reports.
- 11 February 2013
- BBC News