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    Top cancer scientist found dead in bizarre sex fetish suit

    One of Britain's leading medical researchers was found dead in a rubber body suit in woodland in a bizarre sex fetish, an inquest heard today.
    Professor Alan Clarke, 52, was discovered by his wife and neighbours in a blue and black rubber suit three hours after taking the family's dog for a walk.
    Prof Clarke, director of the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute and the Cancer Research UK, was found dead in a hooded mask.
    The hearing was told Prof Clarke's wife Kathryn and three neighbours went looking for him after he failed to return home from the dog walk.
    The father-of-two was already dead hanging from the tree dressed in the rubber suit.
    Neighbour Steven Rogers told the hearing that he helped search for Prof Clarke on December 28 last year in Llangeview, near Usk, Monmouthshire.
    He said: 'Mrs Clarke came to my house anxious and upset and explained that her husband had gone out with the dog earlier that afternoon and had not returned.
    'During the search I could hear the very distant sound of a dog barking.
    'I followed the sound in the hope that it was Tess the family dog.
    'Eventually we found the dog on the opposite side of a stream from where we were walking.
    'When I reached her I looked around the area with the aid of a torch and I saw a man kneeling with his face down.
    'His head was covered by a hood with holes in it for eyes and a mouth.


    Coroner David Bowen told the Newport hearing: 'In this case given the evidence the death of Mr Clarke was an attempt of some sort of sexual gratification that went wrong.'
    Mr Bowen told the hearing there was evidence Prof Clarke started wearing the rubber outfit after his wife Kathryn was diagnosed with cancer.
    He said: 'In recent years Kathryn was diagnosed with cancer and since she had been ill her husband had taken to wearing such an outfit.'
    He added: 'There was nothing to suggest there was any third party involved in his death.'
    He recorded a conclusion of misadventure.
    The inquest heard he had been planning to take his family to the seaside the following day. His wife said he had never talked about committing suicide.
    She said: 'He had too much to live for.'




    After his death Professor Jim Murray, head of biosciences at Cardiff University, said: 'The sudden and untimely death of Professor Alan Clarke will be felt by all of us who knew him and the wider scientific community.
    'He was an invaluable colleague, a patient and thoughtful mentor, and an outstanding scientist and leader. At this tragic time our thoughts are with his family, friends and close colleagues.'
    Cardiff University chancellor Sir Martin Evans - a Nobel Prize winner for medicine - said: 'The sudden and untimely death of Alan Clarke has taken from us a friend, an eternally upbeat individualistic colleague and a superb scientist, teacher and leader.
    'Alan was always seen in T-shirt and jeans, he had no truck for formality and a suit was for him a foreign garment.'


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    So the Chancellor thinks his attire was odd because it was so...formal?


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    Poor guy...Poor wife...RIP...Henrie?...

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    "Alan was always seen in T-shirt and jeans, he had no truck for formality and a suit was for him a foreign garment"

    Somewhat poor choice of words, given that the guy was found dead in a rubber fetish suit.....

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    Superhero fetishism perhaps.....was the dog harmed in any way ?

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    ^ Psychologically scarred, perhaps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Prof Clarke started wearing the rubber outfit after his wife Kathryn was diagnosed with cancer.

    He said: 'In recent years Kathryn was diagnosed with cancer and since she had been ill her husband had taken to wearing such an outfit.'
    Weirdo Alert.

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    Dr David Kelly case all over again, MI5 hands all over this ,that's what you get if you break the official secrets act.

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    Bingo

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    Have you found a motive yet ?

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    Autoerotic asphyxiation is not uncommon. Generally, when practised by those within a partnership and who wish to keep their oddity to themselves, they often venture outdoors usually with a stash of porn and their various appliances. The problem is in timing one's orgasm with the optimum moment before one is overpowered by the lack of oxygen.

    Ah well, not entirely surprising the chap was found in Llangollen. Still, must have been a bit macabre for the poor fucker who discovered the prof.

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    Is it the cooler weather of the U.K. That makes wearing a rubber suit comfortable. Hot countries don't attract scuba wearing kit outdoors. Is it a very english thing to wear rubber suits in private.
    You never read about it in Pattaya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Autoerotic asphyxiation is not uncommon. Generally, when practised by those within a partnership and who wish to keep their oddity to themselves, they often venture outdoors usually with a stash of porn and their various appliances. The problem is in timing one's orgasm with the optimum moment before one is overpowered by the lack of oxygen.
    You seem surprisingly well informed on the matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Autoerotic asphyxiation is not uncommon. Generally, when practised by those within a partnership and who wish to keep their oddity to themselves, they often venture outdoors usually with a stash of porn and their various appliances. The problem is in timing one's orgasm with the optimum moment before one is overpowered by the lack of oxygen.
    You seem surprisingly well informed on the matter.
    Creepy, actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    ..... the chap was found in Llangollen.
    Since when was Llangollen in Monmouthshire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Autoerotic asphyxiation is not uncommon. Generally, when practised by those within a partnership and who wish to keep their oddity to themselves, they often venture outdoors usually with a stash of porn and their various appliances. The problem is in timing one's orgasm with the optimum moment before one is overpowered by the lack of oxygen.
    You seem surprisingly well informed on the matter.
    You find this surprising?

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    What's so bizarre about a rubber suit?...Thegent?...

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    So apparently he's one lf about 20 top cancer scientists that have "killed themselves" in the last few years.

    Some say it's because they've found a cancer vaccine.

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    ^ Ok....I'll buy that. Will mull it over later.

    This time, there does seem to be method in your madness.



    But not for 9/11

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    You are a little slow though mate, so I'll forgive you your transgressions

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    well i did wonder if you might have stumbled on something real... though the eye candy does hint at the deception.... well lets see

    thats a 125 dead scientists over 20 years. yes right thats very suspicious

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    Mainly sudden and unnatural deaths, murdered etc

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    I looked at the link. It is 125 scientists in the last 20 YEARS.

    FFS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper View Post
    So apparently he's one lf about 20 top cancer scientists that have "killed themselves" in the last few years.

    Some say it's because they've found a cancer vaccine.
    The "cure" for cancer, parkinsons, alzheimers, arteriosclerosis, old age and general doolallyness has been known since 1953.

    The cheap treatment was withheld by the drugs companies in favour of other remedies researched prior to that, during WW2.

    The idea being to get all working and earning and contributing to health care and patented cures from the fledgling Big Pharma to stay alive and get that gold watch at 65.

    So raudixin, statins, et,c lotsa other drugs were peddled to the now gainfully working population who could and would pay for it in some comfort in their declining years.

    So my parents' generation of WW2 soldiers etc died predominantly of cancer, heart and circulatory problems and diabetes while going doolally as alzheimers or parkinsons sufferers.

    The big cure was nothing other than Vitamin B3.

    Read about it.

    Read long, and wide, and deeply.

    Then try it.

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