But what occurs when circumfluent models and emotions tend to skee-daddle a little sideways?

The following true story directly from a Surgeon General should answer that question.

FALSE HYDROPHOBIA

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Or how about a poor girl who lost herself in Pennsylvania?

THE CASE OF MARY REYNOLDS

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THIS NEXT STORY MAKES ME WONDER;

“WHO WAS SANE AND WHO WAS INSANE?”

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