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|Thu, 09-09-2010 - 2:17pm|
That's because Allison, 50, happens to be a human magnet.
A recent report in The Sun states the bizarre British woman can hold coins, safety pins and magnets to her head and chest for nearly 45 minutes, and her presence can blow light bulbs and set off car alarms.
"Metal objects appear to stay put more on my bones than muscles," she told The Sun. "It makes people laugh when I show them. I feel like a fridge covered in magnets."
Allison also says she'll set off her son's battery-operated toys simply by walking into his room.
The Daily Mail reports she discovered her unusual abilities in nursery school. As a child, her family made constant calls to the television repairman because she caused interference with the set. And wristwatches simply didn't work.
Allison says doctors have suggested her magnetism is caused by stress. However, electromagnetic expert Kathy Geminiani, director of the Bemer Health Centre in Surrey, England, says everyone has an electromagnetic field in their body, and Allison's may simply be heightened.
While the magnetic mother has attracted her share of press over the past week, according to Ripley's Believe It or Not, she's not alone in possessing such powers.
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