[Scroll down for latest UPDATE] REPORT OF A SIGNIFICANT FINDING AT MRG November 12, 2011 by Larry V. Meyer Morgellons Research Group is pleased to announce preliminary findings of what we feel will be a significant discovery in Morgellons Syndrome research. BACKGROUND During the Fall of 1998, residents of Central and […]
This interesting specimen was discovered as an airborne artifact in 2010, at a coastal location in Oregon, USA. Seen greatly magnified here, the artifact measures a fraction of a millimeter — just barely eye-visible (smaller than the period at the end of this sentence). It appears to be an assembled “sandwich” of two greatly differing […]
Morgellons Research Group (MRG) regularly receives specimens of a filamentous fungal hyphae-like artifact that at this time remains unidentified by numerous researchers. There appears to be an association between the production of this artifact and the condition known as Morgellons syndrome. This filamentous substance can often be combed from head hair or found on the […]
Note the feather-like artifact in the upper left corner of the photo. Please contact us if you can identify any of these Morgellons artifacts.
A variety of unidentified Morgellons artifacts commonly seen in today’s environment. The thought of breathing this matter is disquieting to say the least. Home air purification may be advisable. 300x photo by Kandy Griffin. Artifacts presented here appear to have a connection with Morgellons syndrome. All specimens shown on these pages have been […]
This unknown “Rhombic-truncated” Morgellons artifact is sometimes seen in samples sent to MRG for identification. It’s most often seen in samples collected from bed pillows. 200x. This suspected organic crystal is known as the MRG Rhombic Artifact. It is commonly seen in specimens sent to us as collected from pillowcases, other bedding, […]
Morgellons syndrome lesion pseudo-scab with suspected Dictyostelium d. growing into the wound.
Morgellons lesion “scab” with unidentified growth.
The black, double taper-ended, hair-like artifact located at the 9 o’clock position in this 100x photomicrograph is often seen in samples submitted to Morgellons Research Group. It is as yet unidentified.
Seen here greatly magnified (400x) is an unidentified artifact exuded from a pore at the tip of the nose of a long time chronic Morgellons sufferer. This artifact is “hard as rock” and was painful to remove from a lesion that refuses to heal. Photo courtesy of Mr. Dean Nau of Lake Havasu City, Arizona […]