The baffled mother of two has never been to Scotland but does have Scottish ancestors. After the accident, she was left speechless for several days. When her voice finally returned, she spoke with a thick Scottish brogue. Along with the rolled r's, dropped g's, longer a's and softer s's, new words crept into her vocabulary.
Doctors have diagnosed Campbell-Rayment as a victim of foreign accent syndrome. She is only one of around 60 brain-damaged people worldwide who have been diagnosed with the condition.
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