Man arrested for attempting to destroy radio antennas said signals were hurting his head

The man who allegedly attempted to burn down an antenna farm near Albuquerque told police that “the signals were hurting my head”.
Brian Dorais was charged with the incident, in which a fire was set at about 2am and explosive devices placed in an attempt to destroy the site, which holds the towers for most of the market’s FM and TV stations and government communications equipment. 
Back in September Dorais’ house caught fire, killing his wife. He told police that he is a paranoid schizophrenic and that his wife was into black magic and believed the world would be ending soon but he denied setting the fire or harming his wife. 
He also allegedly visited a Forest Service building shortly before the Sandia Crest antenna farm (pictured) fire and asked who authorised the placement of towers at that location.
Doaris is facing arson and felony possession of a destructive device charges and is being held on $15,000 bail.