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Ronson’s Fear Of Camp

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Ronson’s Fear Of Camp

Published on June 05, 2008 with No Comments

Mark RonsonSuper producer Mark Ronson was rushed to hospital after he fell from a bunk bed and knocked himself unconscious as a child – and he is terrified of summer camps as a result.

The producer reveals his life-long phobia in a new book, “Camp Camp,” containing memories of the American childhood activity, reports New York gossip column PageSix.

Ronson said: “I got there, and with my fear of heights, found all the lower bunks were taken. I was afraid of complaining and being forever known as a prick, so I just swallowed it. I remember going to bed the first time and waking up in the middle of the night just in time for everything to go black as I hit the ground. The camp doctor sent me right to the hospital, proudly telling me, ‘We don’t (mess) around with head injuries, son.’ “

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