Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Intense Migraines = New Accent?

For one English woman it did. 35-year-old Sarah Colwill from Devon, England, started speaking with a Chinese accent after having intense migraines. Then she woke up one day, and the accent sounded Eastern European. According to her doctors, she's not faking. Her condition is called Foreign Accent Syndrome. It's extremely rare, and it's usually associated with strokes or brain trauma. Read more AND HEAR it by CLICKING HERE NOW.

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