THE WEST END TIMES
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Sunday, March 2nd, 1935
New Medical Miracle- It may just shock you!
Recent reports show that the government has finally given the go ahead to medical researchers to begin human testing of a device known as the Hyman Otor. Invented by Doctor Albert Hyman and electrical engineer Henry Hyman, this new device is said to be the future of the emergency room. The way it works is quite simple: A hollow needle is used to pass an insulated wire to the general area of the heart, which then delivers an electric shock directly to the heart. According to the two inventors, this shock could very well be used to kick start a heart that has otherwise 'given up'.
After the approval of this machine by the government, the emergency rooms across the country wasted no time testing it on patients that would have otherwise been dead. According to our sources, it has been very successful. Indeed, there are reports of at least three individuals from New York and one from Las Vegas that have been 'revived' back to full health using the Hyman Otor. Critics are giving good feed back, and labs are showing great results.
We wasted no time trying to catch up with one of the patients, pro football star and suspected criminal Richard Sherman, that the machine had been used on in the Miami General Hospital. We interviewed the man in the Miami State Penitentiary where he was serving his sentence for robbing the Miami National Bank.
"Mr. Sherman, is it true that you were involved and charged in a Miami bank robbery that resulted in you taking a nearly fatal injury from the guards?"
"It's 'Sherman', there's no 'd' at the end... unless you're Penny." He laughs. "Ahem. Sorry, right.
I might have in the area sure, but that bank was robbed 15 minutes earlier. Those cops were just looking for someone to shoot. I was in fact fatally wounded, pronounced dead at the sc read more