All quiet (for now) in Hull

Trebilcock, B.
April 1989
Yankee;Apr89, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p19
Discusses the plight of Anne and Dan Scully of Hull, Mass., whose retirement home is near transmitters for WB2 radio, and whose household appliances pick up the station whether their radio is on or off.


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