Skip to comments.Mass hysteria not black magic behind growing hair-chopping incidents: Experts
Posted on 08/18/2017 1:40:25 PM PDT by BlackAdderess
A day after a 60-year-old woman was killed in Uttar Pradesh on suspicion of cutting off peoples hair and 11 more women complained of braids being chopped off in Delhi-NCR on Thursday, psychiatrists blamed mass hysteria as panic spread.
Police, too, have requested people not look at these incidents as a supernatural phenomenon or work of a ghost.
From all the available evidence, it seems the women are cutting their own hair either consciously or in an altered sensorium, likely to seek attention, said Dr Sudhir Khandelwal, former head of the department of psychiatry at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).
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A ghost has been taking my hair for years.
And coloring it gray.
Look in the shower drain.
That’s adorable ;)
This is yuge and series!
Either that or an opportunity to look at mass hysteria happening in someone else’s country instead of just our own, which makes it easier to think about in a detached way.
I do not have to worry about because I have little baby fine hair. I think it is time for a wig. =)
Waiting for talk of red scares and witchhnts by the arts and literature crowd.
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