I sometimes really wonder why many of us that hear things that supposedly aren't there have very similar experiences when it comes to hearing a radio or TV playing somewhere. I know our brains can probably only interpret things in a limited number of ways but why radios & TVs? (I'm not focusing on other voices right now.) I mean - did crazy people back in the day think they left their phonograph on in another room? Why has modern technology invaded our hallucinations? Any insight?
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