This creepy video will have you questioning your interior monologue. Have you ever heard a voice in your head? Not the average interior dialogue everyone has with themselves in the course of the day, but a voice or voices that made you worry you were hallucinating? Now imagine that those voices were warning you of mortal danger. What would you do?
In 1984, a woman identified in psychological literature only as A.B. was reading a book at her home in London when she heard a voice - a distinct utterance that didn't originate from the world around her - clearly in her own head. In calm tones, the voice alerted her that she needed to seek medical assistance immediately, despite the fact that she felt completely healthy.
"Please don’t be afraid," it said. "I know it must be shocking for you to hear me speaking to you like this, but this is the easiest way I could think of. My friend and I used to work at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, and we would like to help you."
When the voice persisted, A.B. finally relented and went to hospital to request a brain scan, as advised by the mysterious voice. Doctors were puzzled and initially assumed a mental disorder. When they did a scan, however, they made an eerie discovery that ultimately saved her life.
For all the details, watch the video below, though be warned, this whole case prompts more questions than answers.