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Maybe You Were Poisoned

 

 

 

 

 

Maybe You Were Poisoned

 

Copyright 2017 Samantha Jones

Published by Samantha Jones Shakespir

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Acknowledgements

I would like to thank the professionals at The Carlson Company, LLC and its affiliated labs, who helped me through this poisoning nightmare. Thanks to their forensics labs and scientific testing, I know what poison I was exposed to and how to detox from it. I also have all the evidence I need for law enforcement to handle the suspect. Best of all, these kind professionals gave me hope and courage to begin my life again.

 

 

Realizing that you were poisoned by someone is like falling into an endless well of darkest, suffocating silence with no way up or out. All illusions die as you meet even the possibility of your worst emotional nightmare. Physical sickness follows along with a creeping sense of paranoia about the tiniest details of your life. The never-ending cycle of over-thinking begins to answer the crystallized question: Who did it? Was it my former lover? My raging employer? A neighborhood crack addict? And what were the possible motives?

 

Your mind becomes hypervigilant and everything becomes potential evidence. You begin to second-guess everything: Was that bottle of wine already open? Did I lock the door? Is someone following me? And then the search for help begins. I made visits to the seemingly incredulous police and horrified therapists. Worst of all, when you need friends the most, most can’t seem to handle this new horror story. Now is the time to be strong and find all of your inner resources to cope.

 

Death by poison is on the rise because it is so easy to do and chances are the poisoner won’t get caught. Thank God, I lived to tell my story. My repetitive dreams and intuition strongly suggested my ex-lover although my former employer was enraged that I inadvertently learned way too much about their operation and perceived scams. I watched my mind go back and forth but one thing was clear: The suspect hired someone to break into my home and poison an open bottle of wine. My heart ultimately saw it was my ex, a mild-mannered Southern gentleman or so it seemed. He simply could not believe I broke up with him and wanted revenge.

 

Several weeks after the breakup, I went for a nice swim at the lake. After the long swim, I felt wonderful and settled in to enjoy that last glass of wine with dinner. Several hours later I almost died. For weeks I insisted it was food poisoning until my hands began to cramp and my muscles felt like wet noodles. I became dizzy, clumsy, anxious, and forgetful. I had no energy. I lost my will and sat on the sofa in denial. I could not even wash my face in the morning. I continually dreamed of the wine bottle but didn’t know why. In a burst of sudden knowing I understood and I almost fainted. It was indeed my ex-lover, a super charming but grandiose narcissist who could not accept I broke up with him after so many warnings to stop being a bully.

 

Sad to say, the senior population is especially vulnerable to poisoning. Maybe someone is after your money or life insurance policy? Or maybe someone is a secret controller? If you are an isolated senior you can easily be used and murdered and no one would ever know the cause. In my case, I was dating a perceived gentleman, a “pillar of the community” but little did I know that our romance was short-lived and his Jekyll and Hyde personality would reveal itself too soon.

 

We all wonder who could perform such a dastardly deed as poisoning another human being. The simple answer is sinister: Many mild-mannered people fit the poisoner’s psychological profile. Homicidal poisoners are manipulative and don’t like confrontation. Poisoners come with all levels of IQ and have a desperate need to control others. Often hiding feelings of inadequacy, they are like unhappy children bent on getting their way no matter what. Developmentally stunted, poisoners are good at crocodile tears but have no real compassion. Well-rehearsed at appearing to be kind and caring, poisoners are into power and control at any price. It’s easier to get love from a turnip. And let’s face it—poisonous substances are easily available!

 

Think about the world of poisons the next time you go shopping—they are everywhere. According to The Carlson Company, common items used as poisons include cyanide, arsenic, household cleaners, dish detergents, brake fluid, anti-freeze, bleach, rodenticides, pesticides, lighter fluid and many other chemicals, toxins, sleeping aids, street/rave/recreational drugs, therapeutic prescription drugs, and over the counter drugs. I was amazed to learn they test for poisoning using blood, hair, and fingernail samples referenced to the international spectrometry database with over 850,000 entries.

 

With many surreal phone calls and doctor visits to my credit, I soon found that medical doctors don’t typically understand toxicology, the branch of science concerned with the nature, effects, and detection of toxins, poisons, heavy metals, drugs, and unknowns when present in organic and inorganic media.

 

I called poison centers and they referred me back to the doctors who did not know what to say. I called many labs who told me I had to have a doctor or an attorney to use their toxicology screening services. I felt like screaming “Can no one hear me? I need help fast!!” Surfing the Internet for help. I Googled poison symptoms and found the informative website of The Carlson Company in Westminster, Colorado. Their phone help was amazing. Following a carefully laid out chain of custody procedure for submitting a hair sample for testing, I could get the information I needed and save myself the attorney’s fee and another expensive doctor‘s visit.

 

Yes, after weeks of searching and calling I had finally found the lab that could give me assurance and scientific results but I still felt great emotional resistance to obtaining the evidence that could put my ex-lover in prison. I cried and prayed for a month until I got the strength to go forward. The hardest part about this is having strong spiritual values and being forced to deal with a lover’s secret shadow side and monstrous behavior. It’s no wonder that many murders by poisoning are never solved. Denial continually creeps in because we so much want to believe in love. Sensitive women always want to save the monster’s soul and that is sheer co-dependent craziness. Look in the mirror and tell yourself to snap out of it!

 

I felt the professionals at The Carlson Company, LLC and its affiliated labs were on my side as I treaded these completely unfamiliar and murky waters. The police and friends stared hollowly back at me when I said I must have been poisoned. I learned that The Carlson Company, LLC clients are not only private individuals but we also law enforcement, attorneys, the military, medical examiners, the government, mortuaries, and crematoriums, and families of deceased. They help you cut through red tape while protecting your privacy and honoring professional best practices. Professionals at The Carlson Company, LLC and its affiliated labs are top notch scientists in toxicology, drug, and DNA testing. They also excel in detecting toxins, poisons, heavy metals, drugs, and unknowns and are experts in the extraction of DNA. The carrier of genetic information, DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is a self-replicating material present in nearly all living organisms and is the main constituent of chromosomes. The determination of genetic relationship through DNA extraction and reference DNA sample comparison is useful evidence in determining paternity, maternity, siblingship, forensic crime, infidelity, postmortem tissue, autopsy harvest organs, cremains (ashes) and more.

 

Inner turmoil and feelings of devastation took over as I thought about the criminal prosecution of my ex-lover. I had prayed and prayed before I went to the police to make a report. I loved my ex and did not want to cause him unnecessary pain. What if I was wrong? I was still afraid and confused.  I still had doubts in spite of massive evidence and his motive. Asking God for a clear sign to move forward, I forced myself to find inner strength and walk into the small town police department where everyone knew my ex.

 

A believer in synchronicity—the inter-related connection of all things—I sat dumbfounded staring at the local newspaper headline in the lobby rack: Man Poisons Woman with anti-Freeze.

 

My doubts dropped instantly. I got the sign I had prayed for. As I pieced my story together for the skeptical officer, he did everything to unsell my theory of attempted murder and lighten his workload. Totally frustrated, I finally said that I was getting my hair analysis by a forensics lab and would bring him results. He looked very surprised that I would take such initiative. I requested more patrol around my house to catch the perpetrator.

 

The day finally came for me to clip my hair sample for testing and then mail it to The Carlson Company, LLC, in Westminster, Colorado. I thought it through carefully and decided to video tape the process at the local library with the help of two wonderful women who work there, one of them a notary. I followed the lab’s chain-of-custody paperwork instructions carefully—in case my sample would be used in a legal process as evidence. I sterilized my scissors with alcohol. I reached for a pencil-thick strand of hair on the lower back of my head and clipped next to my scalp. Since hair grows fast, the evidence would be in the scalp-end of the strand within 3 inches of my skull. I will always admire these wonderful women who were so kind and professional, redefining public service that day. One of the women loved murder mysteries so this sampling really made the drama real for her. Their compassion was amazing to experience. I was careful to conceal the name of the suspect and always suggest that for others.

 

My results came back in 2 weeks. I learned I was poisoned by thallium and other heavy metals, along with dangerous elements found in chemotherapy, including uranium, silver, and nickel. Thanks to a thorough discussion with The Carlson Company, LLC affiliated toxicologist, I learned that this was an astute poisoner who used every chemical angle in a very toxic recipe. The toxicologist also gave me options for further evaluation and chelation treatment which put me on my path to healing. I cried and cried but found new resolve to live. My attitude is gratitude. I am alive and life is the greatest gift.

 

The Carlson Company, LLC affiliated toxicologist also helped me design a detox plan featuring a careful diet, lots of sleep, moderate daily exercise, and daily spiritual reading and meditation. My detox diet consists of fresh apple juice and lemon water, green veggie broth, raw and cooked veggies, especially beets. I take a lot of Epsom salt baths and work on forgiveness. I can’t yet forgive the suspects but God can. I always put them at God’s feet, at least a hundred times a day.

 

I also enrolled in martial arts and began a weekly senior women’s support group. Music is always my medicine so I fill the house with Mozart and healing mantras day and night. I clean like a mad woman to heal my soul and restore my space. I listen to Louise Hay’s positive affirmations and inspiring discourses of the Enlightened Mystic Osho, all on the Internet.

Months after the poisoning I can now use this terrible experience to gain wisdom and increase my self-esteem. I say these loving things to myself all the time: You are wonderful. You are well. I am safe. My essence is eternal. I am worthy of love. I improve my discernment easily. I have good boundaries. I am not alone.

 

The truth is that you really are not alone. History lists hundreds of famous people who were poisoned—some lived and many others died. In a nutshell, the poisoner—usually a political foe or jealous lover—plays the ultimate power card to destroy the perceived threat. History tells us to avoid power-crazed friends and move towards friends with love-based values. Sexy bad boy rebels are really just broken little boys throwing temper tantrums. Exploitation is ugly. Murder is obscene.

 

If you feel uneasy about a domineering bully or a too-smooth perpetrator, drop them and be wise to avoid being the victim of a date rape drug or attempted murder. Separate your finances from a new spouse and keep it all private. Talk to friends and a therapist for feedback. Stay active socially. If you isolate yourself you may be seen as a target and easy prey for predators.

 

The well-trusted lover or raging boss can easily expose the innocent to chemicals, toxins, poisons, heavy metals, drugs, anti- freeze, or other toxic or poisonous substances. If your Grandma said don’t be too trusting of others, she was right. But trust yourself to be strong enough to meet and handle whomever life brings you.

 

In my case I lived to tell my story but many poison victims don’t. The Carlson Company professionals helped me understand the science of thanatology and the circumstances of murder by poisoning. I especially like that the Carlson professionals focus on acceptance, moving forward, and detoxing after the trauma. Answering “whodunit” is critical but many poisoners are never caught and their victims can’t speak from the grave. In my case, I am victoriously alive! I am using my voice to shout wake up! Look closely at the people in your life.

 

If a loved one gets sick or dies in a mysterious way, ask: “Could it be that they may have suffered from poisoning? Were they suffering from poisoning at the hand of a bully or perpetrator? Are they crying out for your help today? Do you feel uneasy when you think about the uncertainty of a family member or friend’s situation or death? Before it’s too late, tell them to get a toxicology screening—the best response to a cry for help. Believe your gut. Listen to your dreams.

The next time you or a friend feel mysteriously bad but the doctors say you are fine—it’s time to wonder if maybe you were poisoned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Maybe You Were Poisoned

Samantha Jones writes about her experience of being poisoned and how she detoxed and overcame the nightmare, thanks to a DNA testing and toxicology lab in Westminister, Colorado. This is a powerful warning to vulnerable women and seniors. Self-help for victims of poisoning. If you were poisoned, you are not alone. History lists hundreds of famous people who were poisoned—some lived and many others died. In a nutshell, the poisoner—usually a political foe or jealous lover—plays the ultimate power card to destroy the perceived threat. History tells us to avoid power-crazed friends and move towards friends with love-based values. The senior population is especially vulnerable to poisoning. Maybe someone is after your money or life insurance policy? Or maybe a friend is a secret controller? If you are an isolated senior you can easily be used and murdered by poisoning, and no one would ever know the cause. Are you dating a perceived gentleman, a pillar of the community? Be careful of a Jekyll and Hyde personality. Many mild-mannered people fit the poisoner’s psychological profile. Homicidal poisoners are manipulative and don’t like confrontation. Poisoners come with all levels of IQ and have a desperate need to control others. Often hiding feelings of inadequacy, they are like unhappy children bent on getting their way no matter what. Developmentally stunted, poisoners are good at crocodile tears but have no real compassion. Well-rehearsed at appearing to be kind and caring, poisoners are into power and control at any price. And let’s face it—poisonous substances are easily available! Poison symptoms and detoxification are discussed.

  • ISBN: 9781370031337
  • Author: Samantha Jones
  • Published: 2017-10-01 19:35:10
  • Words: 2450
Maybe You Were Poisoned Maybe You Were Poisoned