Researcher at Famous Cancer Center Found in Woods Ruled Suicide, But No One Buying It

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Researcher at Famous Cancer Center Found in Woods Ruled Suicide

This is another update. Below, you can access all updates beginning on Valentine’s Day.

Please watch the video:

As you know, I did a story just after the sad news broke that Cancer researcher Cheryl Deboar had been found dead in Seattle, on Valentine’s Day. At that time, no evidence we found even remotely pointed toward suicide.

Her mother, Lenore Peterson, believes that even though there is a lack of evidence showing her daughter died of a homicide, it doesn’t necessarily mean that she killed herself. She posted the following on Cheryl’s official memorial page:

“It is inconceivable that Cheryl would take meat out of the freezer for dinner, text the driver of her carpool,” Peterson wrote, “walk 1.5 miles, crawl through brambles and mud, put a plastic bag over her head and lie face down in a cold shallow creek to end her life.”

 Her mother has urged “someone out there”, who may know something about her    daughter’s death, to contact Mountlake Terrace police. “

Seattle, Washington, Valentine’s Day.

(Update: Victim’s husband has been ruled out via surveillance cameras and passed polygraph.)

Blood stains were found in the victim’s car. The authorities are asking people in the area to look for anything out of place. The mainstream media says it’s “frightening”. A few people have also written to say, “She wasn’t a chemist”.

Cheryl Deboar was a chemist with a degree in chemistry (which she states on her Linkedin profile), even though she worked as SAP at cancer research center.

Second update: Some people seem to be confusing Cheryl with the cancer researcher I wrote about the day before Valentine’s Day who was also found in the woods but in a rubber body suit. I know it’s hard to keep them all straight but Ms. Deboer’s body was discovered on Feb 14th, Valentine’s Day, in the woods or “near the woods” (as some outlets say) and NOT in a body suit. It’s a lot to keep up with.

End of updates.

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center officials have stated that a body found in a Mountlake Terrace culvert on Sunday afternoon, Valentine’s Day, has been identified as missing employee, 54-year-old chemist, Cheryl DeBoer. 

An autopsy was being conducted Monday, authorities said.

According to a news release family members and co-workers described her as stable and say her disappearance was “completely out of character.” In fact, police said that DeBoer was supposed to meet a friend at the “park and ride” and carpool to work.

Her friend received a text from her at about 7 a.m. last Monday, indicating she had left her work ID badge at home and after going back to get it, she would catch a bus instead. Her husband reported her missing midday after he heard she did not show up for work.

Assistant Police Chief Pete Caw said last week that records show DeBoer didn’t use her bus pass that morning, though she could have used cash. And at that time, there had been no activity on her cellphone or bank account, he said.

Han Nachtriebt, vice president of Fred Hutchinson human resources, released a statement Sunday afternoon officially noting the body had been identified as DeBoer’s:

“It is with deep regret and sorrow that we’ve recently had confirmation that Cheryl DeBoer, missing since February 8, has been found. Her remains were located this afternoon near the King/Snohomish border,” Nachtrieb wrote. “Cheryl has been in the hearts and minds of her many friends and co-workers, and we are deeply saddened by this tragic news.”

Rhonda Curry, a spokeswoman at the research center, said the statement was issued after a TV station told her it had spoken with the family and received confirmation of the identity.

Searchers had been combing neighborhoods, parks, and woods in the area since DeBoer failed to show up at work at the cancer research center last Monday.

DeBoer’s husband found her car that day in the 23400 block of 58th Avenue Southwest, just east of the park-and-ride lot near Veterans Memorial Park, an area used for overflow parking at the transit center.

Around 12:30 p.m. Sunday, a group of volunteers found the body in a large, grassy area maintained by the city near 244th Street Southwest and Cedar Way, about a mile and a half southeast of where DeBoer’s vehicle had been located, Commander Kevin Pickard said during a Sunday afternoon media briefing.

“’They came here just to broaden their search’, Pickard said.

‘Our hearts are very heavy right now,’ He added.”

I will update this story as I know more. It was with heavy hearts that we announced the death of a cancer researcher yesterday (Valentine’s Day) who was also found dead in the woods (hanging from a tree in a rubber body suit). *Different person for those writing me who are confused about this fact.

We can’t make this stuff up.

I had been very strict, only writing about mysterious doctors deaths, until this last month or so. That is when I saw the trend (if you will) of cancer researcher deaths. One was hit by a car and then buried in a makeshift grave, another stabbed in his “very safe” neighborhood in Canada. The one I announced yesterday was found dead in the woods and now this one found on Valentine’s Day. << Click for entire timeline, videos, and dates.

Our heart goes out to the family and friends.

Source: Q13 Fox News and Updated Q13 Fox News

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  • Anne Campbell

    The death of a cancer hanging in the woods. If you want to be credible you should at least get your cut & paste right.

  • burre

    It was with heavy hearts that we announced the death of a cancer yesterday on Valentine’s day. What does this mean? Please read over before posting.

  • Dr_XX

    Why is it that I have to Google the employer to find out where in the world this took place?

  • Jock Doubleday

    Rothschild banker minions continue their murder spree across the globe. International community remains silent.

  • Isn’t anyone investigating these deaths? They should be

  • shroomer

    “We characterize the whole situation as suspicious,” said Assistant Police Chief Pete Caw

  • DaveinOlyWA

    Fred Hutch is a VERY well known entity in the Seattle area so specifying the location is not necessary. This is the pitfalls of referencing local news poorly. Blame the person who posted this, NOT the news agency

  • DaveinOlyWA

    start with the girlfriend of the husband

  • stylus

    If this is the foundation of their New world Order– One World Govt/econ/religion, then it will be on very shaky ground indeed. This cannot stand for long.

  • Sarah Mangeno

    More like look into what he was working on and find out who would want to suppress that info. The answer likely lies with our government…..

  • Jasmyn Kelley

    Cheryl DeBoer was a computer programmer at Fred Hutchinson, not a chemist. Poorly researched.

  • Bailey

    The police haven’t released any info as to how her body was found…not sure why your article talks about a rubber body suit hanging in a tree? This happened just a couple blocks from my house…I have tried to keep up with the news updates.

  • lin_jams

    DeBoer worked as a systems analyst at the Center for HIV/AIDS Research
    and Prevention at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.

  • Jasmyn Kelley

    I noticed that.

  • TanyaRN

    I wonder what she was about to stumble upon (I’m sure she had access to that info as well even as a computer programmer) that they don’t want the world to know? They being whoever did this to her. My thoughts and prayers with her family.

  • Dubious in Colorado

    What complete nonsense, a pathetic attempt to grab attention and stir up some controversy over nothing. This ” writer” ought to be ashamed of herself.

  • Brian Forrest

    I really think that this lady’s family should be allowed to grieve and mourn her tragic loss before any conspiracy/political agendas are raised. Sad reflection on today’s values.R.I.P. Cheryl…my thoughts and sympathies are with your family and friends.

  • zac

    can you send me a list of these deaths. also if you have banker stories as well thanks.
    zaczillion@gmail.com

  • She was referencing the death prior to this one in that sentence.

  • cbears40

    Not everyone is aware of Fred Hutchinson. Remember 9/11? I believe EVERY
    article mentioned New York City. A good journalist would mention the
    location.

  • Maybe?

    Several contradictions just in transportation. First carpooling, then bus, but the bus ticket was not used, then the car is found over a mile from where the body was found. Maybe it’s the way it was written and/or I am misunderstanding.

  • Heidi is correct. That was the other person working in cancer research found dead in the woods I wrote about the day before (on Valentine’s day) You can’t make this stuff up….

  • zac. working on other deaths but here is a list not counting the last 2 (warning it’s long and only since June) http://www.healthnutnews.com/recap-on-my-unintended-series-the-holistic-doctor-deaths/

  • Our thoughts are with the friends and family too. Just as they are with the others (30 something) who have died since June (many found dead in the woods) I don’t speculate how she died in the story (as I have no earthly idea) I simply share the articles and many families have come forward and thanked me for doing so. May they all rest in peace. http://www.healthnutnews.com/recap-on-my-unintended-series-the-holistic-doctor-deaths/

  • Dear “Dubious” with no photo.
    My better half, Dr Mercola and I, have lost over 30 something doctors (and a few cancer research workers) since June. Many were our friends and colleagues. Since I had JUST written an article a day before about another cancer researcher found dead in the woods I think it’s important to list them all. Probably why many of the families write us later thanking us for sharing the news as they didn’t know about the others. Perhaps you didn’t either. It’s rather astounding and no anonymous profile like you or anyone else will shut me up (unless you kill me) for telling the facts. http://www.healthnutnews.com/recap-on-my-unintended-series-the-holistic-doctor-deaths/

  • husband ruled out with security cameras 100% (article updated to reflect this) as he was at work so couldn’t be him. Heart goes out to him and children as she was found on valentine’s day

  • Ben Arnold

    She has done a lot of research on many deaths, if she blows one oh well, the point is that she’s getting this information out there so that the average person or doctors hated by the FDA will know to up their security and caution slightly if not outright fleeing the country.

  • Ben Arnold

    She never claimed to be a professional journalist or for this to be her main hobby or career, she’s just giving us what she finds and not being a perfectionist about it, anybody unsatisfied should go back to Forbes and USA Today and other such perfect master pieces. The problem is that you’ll probably never find these stories there because they aren’t there and so for those of us who realize this fact, we’re happy to be getting this information regardless the shape it’s in. It’s much better if you just count the numbers and realize the overall point she’s making, holistic doctors are dropping like flies from mysterious causes, she’s getting that information out there, when nobody else is, so that the average person or doctors hated by the FDA will be alerted to this fact and know to up their security and caution slightly if not outright fleeing the country. It has nothing to do with winning a writing contest or being perfect. It’s about reality, real life, something that’s not found on paper in most cases, and we’re lucky to have what we have. Because most people are never going to know about these things until it’s too late. Millions have died already of things that were curable and they didn’t know there was a cure. I’m sure they’d agree that it doesn’t matter if the information is slightly messed up, so long as the message gets through and the reader’s life gets saved.

  • katia k.

    Absolutely!
    Thanks for getting us the information!

  • katia k.

    What’s the matter with you? She didn’t do anything wrong. Get attention? I’m glad someone is putting attention on this…it should be in the mainstream news. As far as getting attention…I don’t even know her name.

  • Shannon

    I have to wonder why people are so worried about attacking the journalist rather than being concerned by the more shocking content of the article. Someone died and you want to attack the damn journalist… smh…

  • DaveinOlyWA

    the story tries to link other far flung deaths of people in the Cancer Research industry as some sort of conspiracy. the “tree” incident was a thousand miles away

  • DaveinOlyWA

    he is wife of scientist. I am sure options other than the “personal” one is available to him

  • cbears40

    Even new agencies here in Los Angeles print the city a crime happens in whether its in LA, around LA, etc. Good journalism classes will teach you this!

  • This was in mainstream news. That’s a quote from their story. Check ABC CBS Seattle times etc. Don’t shoot the messenger.

  • No the information is correct and I have my sources listed below- mainstream sources directly quoted. facts only. What info do you find to be incorrect other than stating that a chemist with a degree in chemistry who had worked at a chemist working at a famous cancer research lab as an SAP? Thanks.

  • Top of article says “Seattle Washington” first thing before the story

  • And it said Seattle, Washington above up top before article. I guess folks are missing that and we have some mysterious people here who always seem to want to detract from these murders. Things that make you go hmmmm

  • It said Seattle Washington above the story the entire time and still does.
    So sorry you missed that and are more concerned about you missing the city than this woman found murdered in the woods.

  • Actually I merely mention that the day before I had reported on another scientist found dead in the woods also working for well known cancer research lab found dead. Please don’t put words in my mouth. I only mention that there was another (and a dozen more- some our friends) all found in the woods Not to mention the 33 others found dead in 8 months I report on. You might want to catch up 🙂 http://www.healthnutnews.com/recap-on-my-unintended-series-the-holistic-doctor-deaths/

  • I’ve reported about doctors writing the FBI certified letters asking for an investigation. They refuse to bother to reply to repeated letters- let alone investigate (that we know of)

  • thank you for the kind words Ben.

  • CAH

    Thank you, Erin for this information. You have actually provided more information than local news media have given. I live in Mountlake Terrace and participated as a volunteer in the search for Cheryl. I’m very glad I was not in the group that found her. The police are not being forthcoming with information, instead telling us there’s no reason to fear for anyone else’s safety. With a suspicious death in my neighborhood, I am most certainly concerned for everyone’s safety. Especially now that blood has been found in Cheryl’s vehicle. Whatever happened, the community and her family need answers and justice for Cheryl. The fact that other cancer researchers and doctors have been murdered too only makes this case more chilling.

  • CAH

    With all due respect, there is a great deal of controversy about Cheryl’s death. There are bizarre injuries and blood evidence. The ME won’t yet release a definitive cause of death. The body was definitely dumped, but the police hesitate to call it murder. There is something very peculiar going on here.

  • Maybe?

    If you took it from main stream media, my suspicions stand. That is an odd story.

    Sorry you took it as shooting the messenger, but I also stated that I may be misunderstanding. Thanks for the clarification.

  • Sorry, with no photo etc. I wasn’t sure if you were a troll or real person (this has attracted some odd folks) Yes, that is what they claim and all I can go in since I wasn’t there. I agree it’s strange and something doesn’t add up. Just like the other 34… So sad. I have no idea why she’d take this strange route that morning that appears to have led to her fate (update by the way- they found self inflicted cuts on her fingers- but not sure what that means or how they can even determine that at this early stage. I’ll keep you all updated.

  • CAH first and foremost so sorry for your loss 🙁 thank you so much for the kind words. I even updated the article with Cheryl’s linkedin profile since people are hung up on the fact I wrote Chemist (her degree is in chemistry and was a self described chemist- but did work as SAP which I added) but so sorry to hear they are sharing so little. I did read tonight (and also updated article) that they found small cuts on her hand that were “self inflicted” Not sure how they can tell that at this early stage. I’m hoping you and your friends family are safe and so sorry to hear this happened. Yes, we’ve had several friends of ours we lost (doctors) and then just the last month or so suddenly cancer researchers are disappearing. Rest in peace to a wonderful person <3 You can always email me if you want to talk http://healthnutnews.com/contact – just say ATTN ERIN

  • Deede

    Yup

  • Deede

    Agree completely

  • Norm

    Killed another one the pharma cartel did…hehehehe

  • CAH,
    Feel free to email me if anything comes up (and hope you saw my reply to your heart felt comment) I’m so sorry for your loss and cannot imagine how emotional that must have been being on the search team. I don’t understand why they won’t say murder, although latest headlines are saying “homicide investigation” so that’s a start. So strange (like the other cases) and hope they have an answer soon… 🙁

  • Adriana McBride

    I’d like to share what my friend who shared this with me says: “Pretty soon, everyone will know the Rockefeller family’s filthy secret. Cancer has been curable all along and chemotherapy is a cheap way to dispose of their nuclear waste. No wonder they see no other alternative but to kill us all”.

  • Jasmyn Kelley

    You still don’t have it right. Cheryl DeBoer did not have anything to do with research at Fred Hutch. She was not found in the woods, she was found in a culvert on a busy street. Better edit this article (again).

  • Richard Rebekah Ellison

    Erin be very carefull. Carry protection always. We love what your doing.

  • Pist-Off

    Watch your back Erin, I’m sure that you have pist people off, by doing your research. Thank-you for your continuous hard work.

  • PS CAH did you see they ruled it a suicide today!? 🙁

  • Steve Olson

    I used to live in Mountlake Terrace. There is a transit center where you park your car and then walk from the parking lot to the bus stop. It is so popular the lot is always filled to capacity with cars. So, parking is at a premium hence, carpool to the parking lot and then take the bus to Fred Hutch. But since that lot is always filled up. people park blocks away on side streets and walk to the transit center. I hope this clears the confusion. I have done the exact same thing Cheryl did. Park on a side street and walk a half mile to the TR.