Health Nut News
Mon, 21 Dec 2015 04:24 UTC
First and foremost my heart goes out to the families of the doctors in this piece.
I haven’t reported on any doctors found dead in some time and was so happy and relieved not to do any more stories. Many of these physicians were people we knew personally, so it’s never easy writing about them.
My only criteria I had for the last “unintended series” of doctor deaths (this link has a long recap at the bottom) was that they be unexplained (as several still are), and not accidental. Several were confirmed murders and nearly a half dozen alleged suicides within a few months. There were 13 so far that fell into those categories.
There were probably another 13 or who were in accidents – which ranged from holistic doctors who died in accidents in recent months – (one just six blocks from where I live) to even more , some “freak accidents” according to mainstream news. We also has the famous ABC News holistic MD who allegedly slipped and hid her head in Hawaii and was carried out to sea. She had been about to partner with well known MD Deepak Chopra, just before she died.
I’m still researching a few stories my loyal readers or friends have sent to me about holistic doctors who died since this summer, but want to know the cause of death (if they even have one) before embarking on the stories. I do not report doctors whose known cause of death was natural, except if they are a friend or someone I admire, and I do a tribute – like Dr. Wayne Dyer.
These two don’t appear to be natural, and definitely mysterious.
The first was a 39 year old Canadian, Dr. Mark Ernsting, a cancer researcher, who was murdered just days ago while doing his “routine walk” in a safe neighborhood (according to his own neighbors) when he was randomly murdered, in what authorities are guessing could be a “burglary gone wrong”.
Again, this could be just what it is. Perhaps Dr. Ernsting was indeed just walking in his safe neighborhood like he did nearly every night, and a man randomly killed him.
From the article about cancer researcher Dr. Ernsting:
Galbraith [a friend] said the incident was very unnerving and that the area is generally safe.
“It’s well lit, it’s so close to Yonge Street and there are always people around,” she said. “Police are very good about patrolling the area. I’ve been here 15 years and nothing like this has ever happened.”
In a written statement Ryerson University said: “Those who knew and worked with Mark said he was a wonderful colleague and an excellent researcher.”
About an hour after the attack, police arrested Calvin Michael Nimoh. He is charged with second-degree murder and appeared in court on Wednesday.
Investigators believe Nimoh may have tried to rob Ernsting, but people in the area are still writing me asking to write about it as they (like the woman quoted in the article) haven’t seen anything like this before, and aren’t necessarily buying a “robbery gone wrong”. Even though, in the same breath, they say this was totally random (which it could be).
I’ll update you more with info on what type of research he was conducting (I’m doing the same on other doctors as well). Though Dr Ernsting says on his Linkedin page he has a “novel approach” to his cancer research.
I will say that the vast majority of all doctors found dead by murder, alleged suicides, alleged freak accidents, etc. were holistic. The few who were not holistic tended to be involved in treating cancer or researching it, or both.
We then have another doctor, Christopher David Robert, 50, of Minneapolis Minnesota, who was also walking home alone from a Christmas party he’d attended with doctors and other staff. He was found dead and still, weeks later, no cause of death has been released.
This news came out two weeks ago, but I waited. I thought perhaps they’d say it was accidental but NBC News (link at bottom) is calling it “mysterious” in their headlines, as are most news outlets.
Thanks to: https://lozzafun1.wordpress.com