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Girl with Xray eyes scares doctor

ON ATS we have a thread about this amazing Russian girl who could see the orgains in a human body.

well there is more...
 http://www.ananova.com/news...

A doctor on ITV's This Morning programme fears he may have cancer after a Russian girl who claims to have X-ray vision spotted problems.

Dr Chris Steele agreed to be a guinea pig for Natasha Demkina when she appeared on the show earlier this week.

The 17-year-old said she could see problems with his pancreas, liver and kidneys, says The Sun.

While that turned out to be wrong, a scan he later took at a Harley Street clinic, showed up enlarged lymph nodes in his abdomen.

Further tests were carried and the 58-year-old is now awaiting the results.

He said: "I was shaking when I read the results. I actually had a bit of a shock. I'm very concerned, they have said this needs further investigation. It could be something serious."

Natasha, now back in Moscow, said: "I am so sorry to hear about Dr Steele. He is such a nice man."
By netchicken: posted on 3-2-2004

Update!
 http://www.rednova.com/news...

Another article about her, but no recent information

Natasha Demkina's claimed ability combines features of both X- ray clairvoyance and medical clairvoyance. I find it a curious admixture.

For example, she declined my suggestion that she attempt to identify simple, easily recognizable objects-such as a pair of scissors-merely placed inside my sport coat.

I thought this a far easier and potentially less ambiguous test than having to look through both clothing and flesh and trying to identify subtle alterations in organs. However, she told me (through a translator) that-inexplicably-she could only "see" through living tissue, leaving me to wonder if some of her touted successes were not dependent on the ambiguity that necessarily resulted from such a descriptive process.

On the other hand, while a few medical intuitives purport to see the body as transparent, most do not, instead claiming to get their knowledge by reading the subjects "aura" or by some other-even more remote-means. (Some nineteenth-century practitioners had curious techniques: one offered "Medical Diagnosis by Lock of Hair," while another worked via his "Spirit-Physicians" [Medium 1975].)

Natasha's claimed power, then, is rather distinctive, but it also seems nonexistent. In Britain she appeared on ITV's This Morning and, at first, impressed the program's resident physician, Chris Steele, saying he might have problems with his stomach, liver, pancreas, and kidneys; however, subsequent medical tests revealed Natashas claims to be erroneous.
By netchicken: posted on 16-5-2005

More update!

 http://www.csmmh.org/demkina/
http://stuffucanuse.com/Odds_and_Sods/Blogpics/girl-with-xray-eyes.jpg

Natasha Demkina (wearing red) poses for photos after taking CSMMH-CSICOP's test of her claimed medical psychic abilities at the City College of New York on May 1, 2004. CSMMH and CSICOP were invited by the producer/director of the Discovery Channel program and Ms. Demkina to scientifically test her claimed powers.

More on site .....

(I thought a pic of her would be interesting)
By netchicken: posted on 9-7-2005

New update!

Well wadda ya expect, that there really IS a girl with Xray eyes?
Seems to be yet another net hoax.
Have you heard about the bat boy?


 http://www.livescience.com/...

Natasha claims she can see abnormalities down to the cellular level and her mother says her readings are 100 percent accurate. So the test -- which required her to match at least five of the target medical conditions to the correct subjects -- should have been a breeze.

She didn't have to scan their entire bodies for unknown conditions. She was told exactly what to look for and exactly where to look. Yet, it took her more than fours to complete the test and she only matched four of the conditions correctly -- a score that everyone prior to the test had agreed upon would not justify further testing.

Natasha's most dramatic misdiagnosis was her failure to see a large metal plate covering a missing section of skull in a man who had a large brain tumor removed. Instead, sheindicatedthat she "saw"ametal plate and missing skull section in a man who had a removed appendix but normal skull.
By netchicken: posted on 22-6-2006








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