Real Delusions of an Unreal Disease: A History of Morgellons

In 1969, Joni Mitchell burst into tears. “They walked on the moon,” she said in In Her Own Words, “and I cried.” Mitchell recalls crying at a bulldozer tearing down trees in its path, crying at the site of their sad stumps. But even though Mitchell admitted that she “was a basket case,” she refused medical… »4/15/15 1:29pm4/15/15 1:29pm

A New Explanation for Morgellons, the Disease that Makes Wires Grow Out of Your Skin

If you've been growing blue and red wires out of sores on your skin like hundreds of Morgellons disease sufferers have (pictured), then you may actually have a nano-fiber chemtrail infection. Or so says the "chemtrail activist" community, a group of amateur scientists who study the "fibers" that they claim are… »7/11/08 5:04pm7/11/08 5:04pm

New Study of the Bizarre Disease Where Wires Grow in Your Skin

You've probably heard about Morgellons, the bizarre disease where people start out by feeling itchy all over and then suddenly discover brightly-colored, tiny wires growing out of their skin. For years doctors have treated the ailment as a psychological condition because its symptoms match a well-known mental illness… »1/17/08 2:30pm1/17/08 2:30pm