Newsletter (13 December 2004)

Catastrophe: 60 Dead near a Cellular-Radio-Broadcasting-Tower in Slupsk (Stolp)/Poland

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Original in Polish (scanned):

These observations were made within the last four years by Mrs. Bartos from Slupsk, Poland. In 1991 the tower starts with television and radio service. Since 1992 it works also as cellular-tower. The people who are on the list live or lived in a distance between 25 or 30 meters except two sky-scrapers in a distance from 100 to 150 meters.

The government didn't made any epidemiological and statistical investigations upon the high death-rate between 1995 and 1998 and until now.

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