When I broke the news to the health world, as gently as I could, about the beloved Jeffrey Bradstreet MD, I never intended it to become some kind of series.
I was honored to do the first interview with the Bradstreet family, and commend them for their bravery as they search for the answers.
My better half (a holistic doctor) and I knew several of the doctors well, and our hearts go out to their friends and family. I cannot even imagine what they’re going through.
I appreciate the few media organizations who have had the guts to share these stories; including the New York Times, (who wrote me requesting info), The Guardian UK, and network affiliates around the US. Sadly, most mainstream sites barely cover one doctor, let alone the dozens we’ve had die this year if we count mysterious accidents, murders, alleged suicides or unexplained sudden deaths.
As you will see in the timeline below, there are allegedly 3 different dates within a month where 2 doctors died on the same day. That’s 6 doctors (who died in pairs on 3 different days) which is almost half out of the 13 doctors in the official series.
Some of the biggest skeptics, who rolled their eyes at the first few deaths, are now wondering if there isn’t a connection. There have been theories, from GcMAF to CBD oil, but I don’t think all doctors used both of these treatments. I’m not convinced either is the smoking gun, but might hold the answer.
All 13 doctors were either holistic or Osteopaths, except for Ron Schwartz MD, (found murdered in his home here in Florida) and Jeffrey Whiteside MD (found dead in the woods with a gun by his side), and local authorities called that a suicide; the local press there also called the investigation a “mess” which is listed and cited in the links below.
Obviously we have several unsolved murders here (and some alleged suicides, most still under investigation), and I sincerely hope they get to the bottom of this as again, we knew several of these amazing doctors personally.
Besides the fact that the majority were holistic, there is another common theme; they all cared deeply and were passionate about health. I have endless emails from their friends, patients, neighbors, loved ones, and family members. It’s clear they were adored by many.