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Old 05-03-2009, 06:35 AM   #6
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Default Re: Dead Scientists??

Here are some less recent ones I encountered a while back.

The Very Mysterious Deaths Of Five Microbiologists
By Ian Gurney http://www.caspro.com 12-20-1

"Five eminent microbiologists, leaders in their particular field of scientific research, either dead or missing, and a bizarre connection between one of the dead scientists and the mystery surrounding the death by Anthrax inhalation of a sixty one year old female hospital worker in New York. Sounds far fetched? Read on.

"Over the past few weeks several world-acclaimed scientific researchers specializing in infectious diseases and biological agents such as Anthrax, as well as DNA sequencing, have been found dead or have gone missing."
http://www.devvy.com/micro_20020104.html

Scientist fell to his death by accident
January 14, 2002

"Authorities said Sunday that the November death of an internationally recognized Harvard scientist was the result of an accidental fall from the Hernando DeSoto Bridge and not a homicide."
http://www.devvy.com/wiley_20020120.html

April 15, 2002
By Ian Gurney

"And so to the New Year, and still the scientists keep dying. On February 9th. the Russian daily Pravda reported that:

"The head of the microbiology sub-faculty of the Russian State Medical University, Victor Korshunov has been killed. The body of the dead professor, who had head injuries, was found on Friday 8th. February, in the entrance of the house in Academician Bakulev Street, Moscow, where the 56-year-old scientist lived."

"Pravda went on to reveal that: "It was the third death of a scientist within a few weeks. In January, the Russian Academy of Science lost two scientists, both well known around the world. Academician Ivan Glebov died as a result of a bandit attack in St Petersburg and corresponding Member of the Academy of Science Alexi Brushlinski was killed in Moscow."

Exactly a week later, on February 16th. The Times ran the following article:

"Detectives were last night trying to unravel the circumstances in which a leading university research scientist was found dead at his blood-spattered and apparently ransacked home. The body of Ian Langford, 40, a senior Fellow at the University of East Anglia's Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment, was discovered on Monday night by police and ambulance men. The body was naked from the waist down and partly wedged under a chair."
http://www.devvy.com/micro_20020424.html
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