Reporter who spoke gibberish at Grammys suffered ‘migraine aura’

Los Angeles Times
The best-known symptoms are sparkling lights and zigzag lines surrounding the victim’s field of vision. Many victims simply have blurring and distortion of vision, and “that’s what she had,” says a doctor. KCBS-TV’s Serene Branson returned to her newsroom Thursday for the first time since her Grammys report.

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  • Dan Mitchell

    Yes, John Crow. I’m thoroughly convinced that your anecdote and this case are “precisely the same*. I mean, it’s obvious! hrrrrmm…Slanderer?

  • John Crow

    I went to pick up a date one night a long time ago and when we were driving down the road she started talking just like this reporter, shortly after she was passed out cold in my passenger seat. She was a slim attractive woman with a purse overflowing with pill bottles. My friends and I carried her into my spare bedroom and the next day when I woke up all the beer in the house was gone along with half empty beers that were on the table, also my brand new bottle of listerine was empty in my bathroom. When I first picked her up she seemed as normal as ever, even met her mother who happened to be over. hrrrmmm…. Migraine?

    J Crow