Follow the Energy
People like to be around those who give off positive energy.
In the fall of 2011, in a small town just outside of Buffalo, New York, something strange began to happen. Over a few weeks, 12 teenage girls from LeRoy Junior-Senior High School began to show symptoms similar to those of Tourette’s syndrome.1 The girls were twitching their arms, as they painfully shook their heads and jerked back and forth. The number of girls grew from 12 to 16, and finally to 18, and doctors were baffled. Officials began to look for infections, communicable diseases, and other environmental factors. However, the investigation ...