Kevin Hall

former Olympic sailor, has been diagnosed with Truman Show Syndrome.

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Those who suffer from a delusion called Truman Syndrome believe they’re constantly being filmed and watched by a TV audience. Kevin Hall has suffered that delusion.

Former Olympic sailor on living with Truman Syndrome

Those who suffer from a delusion called Truman Syndrome believe they’re constantly being filmed and watched by a TV audience. Kevin Hall has suffered that delusion.

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