Two More Holistic Doctors Found Dead – One allegedly committed Suicide on Mother’s Day

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Published on: May 16, 2016

In a continuing story of the untimely deaths of several holistic doctors in America, two more doctors have turned up dead, Dr. Curtis Clogston and Dr. Jyrki Suutari.

Health Nut News’ Erin Elizabeth continues to document the deaths of these doctors in an attempt to make Americans aware of what is taking place. Two holistic doctors have turned up dead over the past week.

The first is Dr. Curtis Clogston.

It brings me no joy to break the news of yet another doctor, found dead. It’s getting more and more difficult to even write these updates for you all; I can’t wrap my head around how this is still happening and why the mainstream media is continuing to ignore it.

Dr Clogston went missing on the 15th of April, but wow, was seen by a GOOD FRIEND on the 20th (how does that work!?) and then found dead in his cars weeks later? And authorities say that’s not suspicious (at this point I can’t help but question authority quite a lot. We’re at nearly 40 doctors in mysterious deaths in well under a year.)

Dr. Curtis Clogston, 68, who had been reported missing by his wife and kids on March 15th, was found inside an overturned Mini Cooper located just outside Boerne, TX. Although Kendall County investigators don’t suspect foul play (of course they don’t), an autopsy has been requested.  The good news is that family after family are hiring private investigators because they either don’t believe the authorities are correct or some think they are straight out lying and doing coverups.

He had allegedly been in the car, on his alleged USUAL route, for weeks.

His wife of three years, Danica MacRae, knew something was wrong when his office said he hadn’t been in since Monday, the last day she spoke to him. That Monday, while on her way home from a trip to New Mexico, they spoke and he informed her that he’d had a case of food poisoning, and went home early that day.

The Department of Public Safety, believes that Clogston went off the road and crashed, hitting two trees before his car came to rest in some brush. Clogston has lived in his home for 30 years. That’s 30 years of driving that same route in some form or fashion. How did they not find him on that road, for 3 weeks?

The second doctor allegedly committed suicide on Mother’s Day.

He was outspoken on the treatment of holistic doctors (namely chiropractors) in his writings, some of which can be seen here on his personal Facebook page.

He allegedly killed himself in a garage on Mother’s day. In light of many dozens of holistic doctors being found dead in a few short months (sometimes more than one in a day in locations close to one another) we felt obligated to report on any deaths that are mysterious.

A friend has set up a fundraiser here to help with the costs of his death – as he had a loving partner and young child.

His posts seemed mostly upbeat and again, some outspoken. His love for motorcycles and his family were very evident from his profile and photos.

Elizabeth points out that many of the doctors have experienced food poisoning prior to their deaths.

Previously, we reported on doctors who discovered cancer enzymes in vaccines were found murdered, as well as twelve holistic doctors who met untimely deaths within 90 days of each other in 2015, and seven of those occurred within one month.

Is it me, or could someone rationally theorize that the pharmaceutical industry may just hire assassins to cut out competition that actually understands how to heal the body rather than medicate it?

To learn more about how you can treat most any health problem you have by making sure your own blood is clean to do what it was designed to do, click here. As God has told us, “The life of the flesh is in the blood” (Leviticus 17:11).

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