Mark Schwartz, accused of malpractice, removed from Castlewood clinic staff

by  —  May 25, 2013

The bizarre nature of the lawsuits created a minor, short-lived sensation among the national press at the times of their filings. The first, dated November 21, 2011 – Lisa Nasseff vs. Castlewood Treatment Center, LLC. — alleged to gross malpractice suffered while undergoing “treatment” at the St. Louis eating disorders clinic. To quote directly from the suit: “defendant carelessly […]

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Ted Gunderson: Death of a Public Paranoid

by  —  July 31, 2012

Former Special Agent Ted Gunderson suspected he would be “taken out” eventually. As a whistleblower disclosing crimes of the highest order, Gunderson would attest to suffering endless harassment and attempts on his life, from operatives entering his home to sneak poisonous liquids into the wall heaters[1], to phone tapping, personal computer hacking, and years of […]

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Mass Hallucination, Hysteria & Miracles

by  —  July 12, 2012

Sound thinking and critical reservations were abruptly cast aside in New Delhi during the early morning hours of September 21st, 1995. Statue idols, it seemed, had taken to drinking milk being fed to them by spoon. By what bizarre urging the first pilgrim to report this phenomenon was compelled to test whether a milk offering […]

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Reminiscent of 1692: A Modern Missouri Witch-hunt

by  —  February 28, 2012

The following article was submitted to Process.org by “J. Bean” – a false memory expert who has been closely following the Mohler cases and attending the hearings…. Western Missouri Condemns Without Trial By J. Bean (A Skeptic in Kansas City) March 2010 “[For law enforcement officers] the level of proof necessary for taking action on […]

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Among the Brain-Washed and Abused

by  —  February 26, 2011

This post is a follow up to an earlier post detailing some of my encounters and conversations with people who believe they have been abducted by aliens. Some who have followed previous writings of mine may find some informational redundancies but, while continuing my narrative, I also like each article to be able to stand […]

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In Defense of Neil Brick, Psychotherapist

by  —  November 7, 2010

The summons were packed into the mailbox of a previous address — two residencies ago, in fact — on a Wednesday afternoon.  The hearing was to be on Monday.  It was only happenstance that I found out that the organizer of S.M.A.R.T. (Stop Mind-control And Ritual-abuse Today), Neil Brick, was trying to sue me at […]

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Among The Abducted

by  —  October 18, 2010

This is the first report of my experiences with individuals who feel that they have had personal contact with extraterrestrials.  More are forthcoming.  Where appropriate, names have been changed… Laughlin, Nevada is the kind of place where vegetarianism is deviant. Even the lentil soup comes served with large chunks of sausage in it… Thick, greasy, […]

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Dr. Colin A. Ross: Psychiatry, the Supernatural, and Malpractice Most Foul

by  —  February 8, 2010

“Q.  Okay.  Just to make sure I have covered the bases and the record is clear, there is no known, reliable method for distinguishing between true and false memories by talking to a patient? A.  True, except for one little qualifier.  Obviously, physically impossible memories.  Setting that aside, no. Q.  Something like having a memory […]

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