How common is "stray voltage," and is it dangerous to humans who are exposed to it?

Perhaps I did read the articles. Still total woo. If the problem did indeed exist, it would be easy to measure with a $5 meter from a flea market. I see absolutely no actual evidence presented, just a CA jury voting “Against The Machine” like usual.

Whether or not the problems she claimed were caused by the fault, it’s not reasonable to have an electrified showerhead and it is reasonable for SoCal Edison to be liable.

That’s nice for you, but the jury that actually saw all the actual evidence decided otherwise.