Ok, IS IT FIXABLE: likely no but cutting the green/bare lead (Safety ground) on the generator, if said lead exists, might fix it.
Second and more important: IS IT DANGEROUS: likely not. You see, it is not voltage that kills, it is current, and though you present rougly 1,000 ohms of resistance to an electrical charge, and thus with 60 volts a maximum of 60ma will flow, which is more than enough to kill you. There is "Source impedance" to consider. And that can be quite high in this case.
Where did this 60 volts come from? (Now that is an even better question) Answer:
A voltage divider consisting of two capacitors made up from 3 pices of wire (one commen to both capacitors) sperated by insulation.. or in short, several hundred feed of ROMEX cable.
Your electrical diagram is thus
Ground in this case is "Chassis" ground, not earth ground.
The ground pin on the power cord was 60 volts due to the action of the wires acting as a voltage divider the skin on the generator was in fact at zero.
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