Holistic Doctor Dies in Freak Accident

The office of the late Dr Tim Shelton who died in a freak accident this week

It is with heavy hearts once again that we tell you about another death, with details just emerging.

The Lewis County coroner today confirmed the Onalaska man who was killed when a tractor landed on him was indeed beloved holistic doctor Harold T. Shelton (DC).

Coroner Warren McLeod indicates he was 62 years old. Dr. Shelton was the owner of Chehalis Chiropractic Clinic on South Market Boulevard, and loved by his clients far and wide.

A sheriff’s deputy sent to check on him Tuesday when he hadn’t shown up to work on Friday or since then found him dead in a wooded area behind the residence at the 3500 block of state Route 508. A tractor had ALLegedly rolled over On Him, according to the sheriff’s office.

Holistic Dr. Shelton died from blunt trauma to his head, neck and chest.

We had several locals send us the article, who said the death raised questions, but we don’t speculate and are just reporting on this sudden tragic death of yet another holistic doctor who was loved by many and will be missed.

Heart goes out to his friends and family.

You can read the full recap of nearly 70 doctors found dead in less than a year here.

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