Thursday, December 29, 2011

1 Magnatisin children in Serbia:Magnet Boy and Magnet Girl

Bogdan Ivkovic - Magnet Boy From Serbia - Full Story

Seven year old Bogdan Ivkovic from Vlasotinac, Serbia sparked a wave of viral videos lately owing to his ability to attract objects like a magnet.
His mother Svetlana noticed that things were not quite usual with Bogdan back when he was a baby.

"I was worried that something could happen to the child. I would feed him and drop the spoon, but it held on to his body. Pacifiers would never fall to the ground"she says.

She only shared this with the boys father Slavisa recently and then they kept it hush for a while worried about attracting unwanted attention.

Svetlana started experiencing epileptic seizures during her pregnancy, as she was expecting Bogdan, and the condition continued after his birth. What changed things around was the event when she had a seizure starting with headaches and Bogdan placed his hands on Svetlana's head. Within a minute the symptomes went away and she stopped taking her medications since early February 2011.

This caused a surge of people from all over Serbia who suffer from epilepsy inquiring if the boy could try to do the same for them.

However, what really sparked things off was the video of the Serbian TV where the boy is shown as the spoons, porcelain plates and approximately 5.5 pounds / 2.5 kilogram pan stick to him. Serbian reporter mentions the "almost 2.5 kilo" weight of the pan in the video below, but the cutest moment in the video, we are told, is when the reporter puts the cuttlery on the boy's chest and asks:
How do you feel? Normally?
Bogdan : Well.. chilly.
They say the objects stay there until Bogdan removes them by hand.

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Bizarrely, it's not just metal that seems to be attracted to the youngster. China plates and bowls seem to adhere themselves to Bogdan's chest as well.

Any feelings that Bogdan might be nothing more than a sticky little boy are dispelled when a large and heavy frying pan is stuck to his body.
The family say Bogdan is not allowed to go near anything electrical, such as a television or a computer, because his alleged magnetism turns them off.
The good news, however4, is that he will never lose the TV remote control.
His talent does not stop at his magnetic abilities. His presence causes the TV to change channels, computer breakdowns and mobile phone reception problems.
Jelena Momcilov, the magnetic girl from Serbia


UPDATE (Serbian article links added): I came across with this article about a 10 years old Serbian schoolgirl, named Jelena Momcilov, that supposedly is capable to attract metallic objects with her hands. According to Serbian media she's being observed by professor Pavle Premović from university of Nis, but so far there's no further results of his evaluation on the case. Unfortunately no video was made to public, but you can see the photos published by Serbian newspapers, in this video. If you live in Serbia and can provide more details about Jelena, please bring it on!!!
Magnet Girl From Serbia

The media in the entire Balkans region are abuzz about Jelena Momcilov, a 10 year old girl from Zeljusa near Dimitrovgrad, Serbia. Objects stick to her as if she was a big magnet. Even though newspapers and websites refer to her as a "magnet girl", she attracts plastics and wood as well as iron and aluminum.

Through our network of paranormal minded friends we had a peek into the media there and we bring you the digest.

It all started in 2004 when Jelena was watching a TV show with a girl who had the ability to attract objects. They would "stick"to her body as if both objects and the girl were magnetic. Curious, just like any other child, Jelena tried it and it worked for her as well.

She showed her abilities to her mother Slavica and father Venko. Their initial surprise turned into a worry that this type of play (Jelena definitely perceives this as a sort of a game) may have negative effects on her health. This concern soon dispersed because Jelena remained in good health despite attracting objects repeatedly just for fun.

Her father invited professor Pavle Premović from university of Nis who also teaches at Université Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris to have a look. This visit resulted in a conclusion that more research is needed.

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