Seeing Life in Colors: Crosswired Senses

Imagine a world where the sound of music would make you see colors. Where the note B is sparkling silver and D flat is a wondrous, pure periwinkle. Where the taste of food has a distinctive shape and where the sound of words can leave a bad taste. Even the calendar -- days, months and years -- can generate specific 3-D images. Watch "Medical Mysteries" Wednesdays at 10 p.m. That's the world of Laura Rosser, 24, and others who have synesthesia, in which one sense -- taste, sight, hearing,...Full Story
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