Not to panic you, but this is VERY dangerous. If you were a better ground you could have been electrocuted. Picture your child barefoot fresh from the pool.
It is called "hot skin" and you need to track down your problem ASAP.
There are several possible causes for hot skin. Some are under your control and others are not.
Bad shore power plug connection: Improper grounding; no grounding, reversed polarity.
Improperly wired extension cords; usually caused by a park owner, employee or guest improperly rewiring an extension cord.
Improperly wired 30 amp adapters.
Loose or worn power outlets.
Reversed polarity in electrical outlets in the RV
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