Holistic Doctor Found Dead After Missing For Weeks

Health Nut News – by Erin Elizabeth

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)  

We sat on this story for awhile but finally realized that given the book on acupuncture that Dr Clogstin co-authored and the fact that his LinkedIn profile states his San Marcos clinic, where he was the medical director, uses “innovative services including acupuncture and EEG biofeedback (neurofeedback)” as well as “functional testing (an integrative medical approach that aligns with many of the principles of Ayurvedic medicine)”, it seemed that he, sadly, belonged with our group of holistic doctors who have tragically died, many of suspicious causes.

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.

(Editor’s note: MANY of the doctors have had food poisoning prior to their untimely deaths or causes OTHER than food poisoning) Holistic MD – well known Dr Hicks had what they thought was food poisoning just weeks ago and then allegedly had a heart attack on vacation and died suddenly. Then we have our friend and colleague the famous Manhattan Holistic MD Dr Gaynor who allegedly had food poisoning or a bug and then just decided to up and kill himselfin light of just being on Dr Oz, yet again another new book coming out.

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?

Read the whole series and timeline here. Warning- some information is graphic. We will update the story as more information becomes available.

Our hearts go out to his family, friends, patients and co-workers.

Source: News 4 SA, KENS5 and KSAT 12

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4 thoughts on “Holistic Doctor Found Dead After Missing For Weeks

  1. Seems like a lot of these Holistic Dr are “dying” lately
    Maybe going against big pharma is a death sentence these days?

  2. This is easy to ignore, until you see the whole, long list of Holistic doctors that have been murdered lately.

    “….I can’t wrap my head around how this is still happening and why the mainstream media is continuing to ignore it….”

    And the author is either a complete idiot who still hasn’t figured out that the Zionist media deceives people, or she’s a Jew that’s helping to hide that fact. She lends credence to their illusion of “credibility” by feigning expectancy of truth from them.

    The whole goddamn country now knows that the Zionist news is full of schit, but this Jewish bimbo is “wondering why the mainstream media is ignoring it.” BS.

    You can always expect half of the truth from a Jew. Just enough truth to get you to listen to the lies.

    1. Very well said JR:

      Half truth. Cf. Deceit; Deception; Failure to correct; Intentional lie; Material misrepresentation; Omission; Perfidy;
      Exodus, 20: 16 Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.
      Leviticus, 6; 1 And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 2 If a soul sin, and commit a trespass against the LORD, and lie unto his neighbour in that which was delivered him to keep, or in fellowship, or in a thing taken away by violence, or hath deceived his neighbour; 3 Or have found that which was lost, and lieth concerning it, and sweareth falsely; in any of all these that a man doeth, sinning therein: 4 Then it shall be, because he hath sinned, and is guilty, that he shall restore that which he took violently away, or the thing which he hath deceitfully gotten, or that which was delivered him to keep, or the lost thing which he found, 5 Or all that about which he hath sworn falsely; he shall even restore it in the principal, and shall add the fifth part more thereto, and give it unto him to whom it appertaineth, in the day of his trespass offering.
      Ephesians, 4: 25 (Wherefore putting away lying, speak every man truth with his neighbour: for we are members one of another.);
      THE ART OF WAR, Sun Tzu, Ch. 1, 18 (China, circa 770 BC) (All warfare is based on deception.); Suntzu.saic.com
      A half truth is the worst of all lies, because it can be defended in partiality. — Solon (c.638 BC-558 BC) Athenian statesman, lawmaker, Lyric poet, renowned as a founding father of the Athenian polis, one of the Seven Sages of Greece 550 B.C.

      Of half tongue {De medietate linguæ};

      A deceiver deals in generals {Dolosus versatur in generalibus};

      False in one thing, false in everything {Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus; 1 Sumn. 356};

      Fiction yields to truth {Fictio cedit veritati};

      Fraud lies hid in general expressions {Fraus latet in generalibus};

      To lie is to go against the mind {Mentiri est contra mentem ire; 3 Buls. 260};

      He who does not freely speak the truth is a betrayer of the truth {Qui non libere veritatem pronunciat proditor est veritatis};

      Suppression of the truth is (equivalent to) the suggestion of what is false {Suppressio veri, suggestio falsi; 23 Barb. N.Y. 521, 525};

      Once a fraud, always a fraud {13 Vin. Ab. 539};

      ORS 40.135 Rule 311 (Presumptions) (1) (The following are presumptions: (c) Evidence willfully suppressed would be adverse to the party suppressing it.); http://landru.leg.state.or.us/ors/home.htm

      Restatement Second, Agency § 348 cmt (c) (“[a]n agent who, having innocently made misrepresentations, subsequently discovers the statements to be untrue is guilty of misconduct if thereafter he intentionally fails to reveal the truth to the other party before the consummation of the transaction either by the agent himself or by the principal or by another agent”);

      Restatement Second, Contracts § 159 cmt (b) (half truth may be as misleading as an entirely false statement); In re Silverman, 549 A.2d 1225 (N.J.1988) (lawyer misrepresentation through omission).

      Restatement, Second, Contracts, § 161(a) (nondisclosure as equivalent to assertion when person “knows that disclosure of the fact is necessary to prevent some previous assertion from being a misrepresentation or from being fraudulent or material”);

      Restatement Third, The Law Governing Lawyers § 98(c) (Knowing misrepresentation) (With respect to statements that are misleading because only partially true, see, e.g., Restatement Second, Torts § 529 (“A representation stating the truth so far as it goes but which the maker knows or believes to be materially misleading because of his failure to state additional or qualifying matter is a fraudulent misrepresentation”);

      N.B. Restatement (Second) Torts § 525 (One who fraudulently makes a misrepresentation of fact, opinion, intention or law for the purpose of inducing another to act or to refrain from action in reliance upon it, is subject to liability to the other in deceit for pecuniary loss caused to him by his justifiable reliance upon the misrepresentation.);

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