There’s nothing quite like a shocking bit of evidence to turn a case.
Shortly after the Covid vaccines were introduced, embalmers reported finding not only many more clots in the deceased but strange clots. Long, tough, fibrous, pale clots that some liken to calamari.
Embalmers with hundreds of collective years of experience between them have said such clots, while not entirely unheard of, were quite rare in the past and were constrained to a limited set of areas in the body.
But now? These clots are being pulled out of veins and arteries all over the body.
Moreover, the blood that drains is being described as “dirty,” implying that microclots are gluing red blood cells together into rafts.
In this interview with embalmers Richard Hirschman and Anna Marie Brassfield Foster (both in the film “Died Suddenly”), we hear all about these clots and when they first arrived on the scene in larger numbers.
As well, Tom Haviland conducted a nationwide poll of embalmers and sent me the results to share with everyone.
Important! This week Scout, Insider and Key Supporter subscribers get 2x the content. You’ll get Part II of the embalmers interview (which has some incredible nuggets in it) and another romp through the current data and issues as per usual. So when you head over, be sure to watch both videos.