Paranoid schizophrenic killer may be safe for release say voices in head
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Thousand of people go to church every Sunday and talk to God. When anyone says He's talking to them, they get sent to Broadmoor.
Ludo! Good to see you on form.
Scroat, there's a definite link between hearing "voices" for creativity and imagination (artists and writers "visualise") and a thin line between that and psychosis.
Now that's good!
Peter Sutcliffe can't be far away from a media career now.
Some voices in his head say 'go on Celebrity Big Brother'
But the others say 'hang on, you could be the next Dirty Den!'
The voices in my head say thank you.
This story haunted me for a day or so, when I realised that the voices in my head unexpectedly say things like: "James has gone to the office." Or "There aren't any left."
The frivolous inconsequence of remarks like these then led me to wonder why it is that people do what the voices in their heads say.
For example, I don't know anyone named James, nor do I care (at all) whether he is at his office, on the way there, or what time he expects to get away from it. It is quite beyond my power to grasp why an inner voice might be compelled to inform me of this chap James's whereabouts.
The whole thing has become annoying.
nice one luci, have some points
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