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The Extremely Unfortunate Skull Valley Incident Paperback – May 13, 2002
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About the Author
Donald W. Scott was born in Wiarton, Canada in 1924. He served in Canada's wartime navy and later graduated from the University of Toronto (BA), Guelph University (MSc) and Laurentian University (MA). He is the President of the Common Cause Medical Research Foundation and is an Adjunct Professor of the Institute for Molecular Medicine. He edits The Journal of Degenerative Diseases and able magazine. Mr.Scott married the late Edith Goody of Cobourg in 1946 and has eight children. He is presently married to Cecile Marie Courtemanche, and resides in Sudbury, Canada.
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Great read, even though it's a little repetitive at times. The info it contains is valuable for trouble-shooting purposes of health conditions.
The Extremely Unfortunate Incident at Skull Valley, and Scott's first book, The Brucellosis Triangle, are must reads for anyone seeking the background of our hidden government's use of an unsuspecting public as guinea pigs in a long running program of bioweapons research. The introduction of modified Lyme Disease, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fibromyalgia, and a host of other now prevalent chronic illnesses in our country can be traced directly back to the incidents described by Scott. Scott names names and institutions, pulling no punches. It is unsettling knowledge, but knowledge protects.