The supernatural powers of Queen Mariah Carey's voice
We all know that Mariah Carey is a direct descendant of Jesus Christ. Her voice was a gift from the angels and has miraculous powers.
Carey's Voice Controls Garage Door
MARIAH CAREY has realised the true power of her voice, after learning a young girl was able to control her house's garage door by playing one of her tracks.
The HONEY singer, who holds the world record for hitting the highest note ever recorded, is delighted about the versatility of her records' uses.
She says, "It was told to me that there was a little girl who was playing one of my records over and over... and her mother didn't realise that she was doing this and she saw the garage door kept opening up every time the high note would hit.
"She thought somebody was playing a trick on her but it turned out that it was the note that was activating something."
HOW MARIAH CAREY MAKES GOATS PRODUCE MORE MILK
WHAT do goats want for Christmas? Mariah Carey music, it seems.
A farmer has discovered that by repeatedly playing her festive favourite All I Want For Christmas Is You to his herd he can increase milk production by 20 per cent.
Whenever US pop diva Mariah’s 1994 record pipes up the goats immediately relax and produce around an extra pint each a day.
Angus, 57, who runs St Helen’s Farm in Seaton Ross, near York, said: “We are absolutely dumbfounded by the difference playing this song has made to the goats.
“Our milk maids started listening to the radio when they were milking them. They immediately noticed the animals were more relaxed and started producing more milk as a result.
“When one of the girls brought in a CD of Christmas classics they seemed to perk up when the Mariah Carey song came on. It’s really upbeat and they seem to love it.
“I think the staff here are sick of it now but unfortunately it works for the goats.”
Angus, who runs the farm with wife Kathleen, 55, has tried treating the goats with different Christmas-themed songs.
The goats like carols but Wizzard’s I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday actually slowed down production and The Christmas Song by The Chipmonks brought it to a halt.
St Helen’s Farm milks 2,000 goats. Each produces about three litres a day...or three and a half litres if Mariah is playing.