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Suspicious Granny Spends A Fortune Protecting Her Home Against Wi-Fi Signal

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72-year-old Stefanie Russell has spent thousands of dollars renovating her house in order to defend it from ‘malicious’ Wi-Fi signals which she believes endanger her health.  The paranoid granny covered her house in four thick ray-repelling coats of paint and has also completely banned mobile phones, computers and other gadgets.

And that’s not all.  The old lady from Steyning, West Sussex, even bought a special device that detects those unwanted signals in her home. She says she is extremely sensitive to Wi-Fi signals which cause her headaches and nausea.  Russell doesn’t even travel on public transport because of the number of portable devices being used.

“I’ve not been diagnosed by a doctor but my GP surgery is aware of my condition. Every time I am near Wi-Fi or mobile phone signals I feel ill. It makes it difficult for me to get around and see people. I don’t touch the internet or email – it’s not safe.’’

However, the 72-year-old confirms that she has done everything in her power to protect her home from unwanted signals.

“The painting inside and outside my house is nearly complete. I feel much better now I’m more protected. I have a device which helps me to detect how many wireless signals are near. I’m reassured that I will not have unwanted Wi-Fi guests coming into my home.’’

But the granny doesn’t want to stop there.

‘’Schools could use broadband instead of Wi-Fi, protecting them from early exposure to radiation. This is important – exposing them at an early age is essentially ‘cooking’ our children.”


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