Tag: Cuban Attack

‘Havana Syndrome’ of US diplomats likely caused by paranoia not sonic weapon, study claims

‘Havana Syndrome’ of US diplomats likely caused by paranoia not sonic weapon, study claims

Free Text to Speech Sarah Knapton | The Telegraph | Source URL The mysterious condition ‘Havana Syndrome’ in which dozens of US and Canadian diplomats experienced strange symptoms which doctors suspected were caused by a sonic weapon, was probably a psychological phenomenon, experts have said. Between 2016 and 2018, embassy […]

The Real Story Behind the Havana Embassy Mystery

The Real Story Behind the Havana Embassy Mystery

Text to Speech Demo Jack Hitt | Vanity Fair | Source URL The most dire diplomatic crisis of the Trump administration, or maybe just the weirdest, began without much notice in November 2016, some three weeks after the new president was elected. An American working at the U.S. Embassy in […]

U.S. Diplomats With Mysterious Illness in Cuba Had Inner-Ear Damage, Doctors Say

iSpeech Frances Robles | The New York Times | Source URL MIAMI — The American government employees in Cuba who suffered mystifying symptoms — dizziness, insomnia, difficulty concentrating — after hearing a strange high-pitched sound all had one thing in common: damage to the part of the inner ear responsible […]

The Cuban Embassy Sound Wave Problems: What’s Going On?

Powered by iSpeech Catherine J. Frompovich Activist Post Are people really going bonkers?  Are people being medically diagnosed erroneouslywith all sorts of mental health problems which may be ‘manifesting’ as part of the ultimate quest by either the New World Order, deep state or shadow governments – possibly other malevolent actors, too – […]

2 More Americans Affected By Mysterious ‘Sonic Attacks’ In Cuba

https://www.ispeech.org Tyler Durden Zero Hedge Late last year, reports began surfacing that US diplomatic personnel in Cuba were beginning to experience strange and inexplicable symptoms including dizziness, nausea, memory lapses, difficulty hearing and loss of balance. Initial reports attributed the symptoms to a “acoustic attack,” but neglected to provide any salient […]