Reports of illness due to proximity to wind turbines in Falmouth brought a crew from ABC News to that upper Cape Cod town this week.
The report focused on claims by Falmouth resident Sue Hobart, 57, who says she abandoned her "dream home" on Blacksmith Shop Road due to nagging health issues brought on by the three 400 ft. turbines beyond the woods in the back of her home.
Correspondent Sue Donaldson James spoke with Hobart's physician Steven Rauch, a balance expert at Harvard University who diagnosed Hobart with Wind Turbine Syndrome. It's a controversial ailment not yet recognized by the Centers for Disease Control. Hobart believes the giant turbines create pressure from low-frequency sound known as infrasound and can impact people with sensitive inner ears.
James reached out to other residents within close proximity to the turbines. Some of them referred to their former neighbor as "nuts".
What do you think? Watch the report and ask whether you would chose to live near a Wind Farm.