Thursday, July 21, 2005


According to research by Dr Victor Aziz and Dr Nick Warner, a growing number of people are suffering from a condition where they hallucinate music - not in the sense of having a tune stuck in their head, but actually seeming to have the music to come from somewhere outside of themselves. At the moment, it's mostly godly music:

In two-thirds of cases, patients reported hearing religious music; six heard Abide With Me.

"We speculate that people will hallucinate both pop and classical music in the future, because it is now more commonplace in our everyday lives," Dr Aziz said.

We're not sure, but this does seem to hold some sort of threat that the Crazy Frog might end up pursuing you to the end of your days. And nobody wants that.