Peter Shelton

Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered

Posted in Uncategorized by pshelton on February 17, 2012

The best medical and investigative minds in America have come up with four possible explanations for the sudden outbreak of Tourette’s-like symptoms among teenage girls in Le Roy, upstate New York. Two are so unlikely they can be dismissed out of hand. One other possibility is linked, in the historic record and the popular imagination, with witchcraft. And the final possibility sits right there on school grounds, where six natural gas wells are surrounded by dead trees.

Nobody wants to talk about the gas wells, though. (more…)