Imagine no cell phones, no WiFi, and limited use of things such as a microwave. That's the case for the small town of Green Bank, West Virginia.

The town falls in a 13,000 mile radio quiet zone surrounding the Green Bank's National Radio Astronomy Observatory, which has the largest steerable telescope in the world. The town still has coin operated payphones, and some houses don't even have electricity.

Green Bank is also home to many people who suffer from electromagnetic hypersensitivity, a condition where exposure to electromagnetic field can cause headaches, muscle pains, and other symptoms.

Check out the short documentary below: