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Hospice and the Death Cults of Modern Medicine

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Most people associate hospices with hopelessness, and accept that they are a necessity.  After all, all of us must eventually die; even Health Wyze Report readers.  However, there is a much darker side to hospice.  They are a symbol of death and a cult of death worship.

Upon entrance to a hospice, the visitor is immediately depressed by the imagery.  The lighting is dim, and dust covered plastic flowers are the only thing to provide solace.  Live plants would clean the air and symbolize life, but the artificial plants symbolize death and stagnation.  Paintings of distant lands that the dying will never visit hang upon the walls.  The air is filled with synthetic air fresheners, as if trying to mask the smell of decay.

For some people, employment in this environment is a career move.  The author understands that some people work in hospices to genuinely care for those who are dying, but it is generally only the truly warped who can remain for years.  Death management, and pacifying those who are dying with drugs should never be anyone's career.

People who are admitted to hospices will usually die much faster than if they had been sent home or kept in a hospital.  In true eugenics style, hospice staffs work to rush the dying process by whatever means possible, and justify their murders with excuses of "eliminating suffering".  At a hospice, there is very little medical help available, and the staff are desensitized to people dying. This desensitizing process is their initiation into the death cult.  In fact, it is their official job to "allow people to die", as we have heard from them personally.  This makes them much less likely to try to continue life, and to instead stamp it out.  Such places are like Planned Parenthood centers for the elderly.   It is common for "patients" to be kept in drug-induced coma's and dehydrated, after being admitted to these places.  The families of victims are usually too distraught to question the staff, or their "treatments".  By the time the loved one reaches the hospice, a family has been the recipient of a medical "shock and awe" campaign, and this game is slickly played out in a manner worthy of an Oscar Award.

The people in hospices are not given a choice of treatments.  They are always treated as if death is imminent, and everyone is just waiting for them to pass.  They are sent to a hospice to die because they have become an embarrassing inconvenience to doctors and the relevant hospital, and are not meant to live.  There is no going home, and they'll proudly tell you that at the front door.  Very few people escape these vultures.

Hospice staffs tend to have an obsession with death.  Not only is it the single source of their income, but also it is the warped theme of their celebrations, like something from 'The Adam's Family'.  It is normal for hospices to have annual commemorations, in which they celebrate those that they have "helped die" during the past year.  A quick Internet search can confirm that these celebrations really do happen all around the country.  If such events were held by any other group, then they would be declared a satanic cult, and rightly so.

We recently attended one such event.  It was, quite literally, held under black lights.  Plain paper tags with the names of the dead hung from fake white Christmas trees.  Notice the re-occurring pattern of darkness and symbols of death.  The local hospice was celebrating more than 1,800 deaths, at their hands, that had occurred during the past twelve months.  The supposed preacher lectured about how death was an attainable goal to end the suffering of life, and that life was full of one suffering after another.  Unsurprisingly, this "preacher" admitted that he was afraid of dying, as he probably should be.  Neither salvation, nor the afterlife, was ever mentioned by this "preacher".

Modern allopathic medicine has become a mainstream religion in itself, and the death cult of hospice is an even more twisted derivative of it.  The 'science' of modern medicine is worshiped, even when it is more political than scientific, and even when it obviously fails.  Questioning it is not allowed.  Unbelievers and critics are quickly silenced, using every means possible; usually by denouncing them and their ideas, without honest investigation.  The hospice cult is usually left to finish off the work that was done by allopathic medicine.  Hospices are perhaps the worst part of modern medicine, because they do not even try to extend lives.  Most regular doctors are brainwashed into believing that they are helping people, but that cannot be said for those involved with this death cult.

If your loved one is ever extremely sick, sending them to a hospice will ensure that person's death.  In fact, judging from what we have found about some of their cruel "treatments" (ie. starvation), sending a completely healthy person to a hospice for a couple of weeks could be just as fatal.

(pal • eeeyt
1. To try to mitigate or conceal the gravity of (an offense) by excuses, apologies, etc.

2. To relieve or lesson without curing; mitigate; alleviate.

Taken from Random House Dictionary.

Palliative is a term that is often used in hospice-related brochures and titles.  Few ever consider the meaning of the word.  As shown in the actual dictionary definitions on the left, palliative is a way to excuse an act that is obviously immoral.  It specifies that there is never an attempt at curing, only at concealment of activities.  It is a word that describes intentional deception concerning stimulating death.

Update: We now have audio evidence of the death worship that is espoused by hospices. Please see our newer article, Hospice Revisited: This Time With An Undercover Recording Device.



Comments (23)
  • Barb Neubauer

    am sorry you feel the way you do about Hospice. I was a Hospice nurse and I must say everything you said here is wrong. I worked in a Hospice in Western NY. We had to offer food and fluids to our patients at all times. Many did not want to eat but a few spoonfuls of pudding. If they requested something we did not have I have seen staff members go out and buy whatever it was that they wanted. Often we just gave them Instant breakfasts if that was all that they wanted. When people are close to death they do not want much food, but we offered and encouraged as much as possible. We had a board where we noted what the patients ate and how much. We never with held food. We encouraged families to bring in their favorite foods from home. Our Hospice was bright and very pleasantly decorated each room was different. Families were encouraged to bring in family pets or to decorate their room for the holidays. Hospice was originally set up to die at home. But sometimes family members just cannot care for their loved ones and they are sent to the facility. I was also a home care Hospice nurse and cared for patients in their home. We also discharged patients home, quite often. After their pain was under control we sent them home to be with their families. When I was a new nurse in the 60's the hospitals would move their dying patients to a corner of the room and close the curtains and left them to die. That was one of the main reasons I went into hospice because hospice made a difference in the way the dying are treated. It is death with dignity. They are not pushed is some corner and left alone. We tried to keep their pain under control so they can have time with their families. Families are encouraged to stay over night and each room had a fold out bed for that reason. Patients who could not move were turned and positioned every hour for comfort.They were bathed and changed as often as needed. We at no time kept anyone in a drug induced coma, nor helped anyone die, but tired to make their last days as comfortable as possible with their families. We are not satanic people but quite the opposite, we prayed with our patients if they wanted. And I must say I grew to love each one. We remembered them with respect and celebrated their life. I find this Health Wyze report very incorrect and very disturbing. It is giving the public a very wrong impression of the work Hospice does.

  • Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)

    I'm replying to this message on Thomas' behalf, because he'd rip you to shreds for saying anything nice about hospices. He watched his mother get starved and dehydrated in one, while they added water to her oxygen at a time when she had pneumonia. He was unable to do anything to help because the family had chosen to "listen to the doctors".

    It sounds like your hospice was better than most, if what you say is true. However, hospices are by their nature designed to let people die. That means that no attempt is made to extend their lives. Employees are there to pacify, and even to hasten the deaths of patients. I volunteered at a hospice in my mid-teens, and it followed the same pattern of death-worship as my more recent experiences. The hospices were more than 3,000 miles apart. This is a widespread phenomena, and it is a dismal by-product of mainstream medicine.

    There is no defense of an industry that is designed to hasten death, instead of attempt to save.

  • Barb Neubauer  - Hospice

    I'm sorry Sarah that you had bad experiences with hospice. Here in Western N Y people are admitted to hospice when there is no longer hope, after the cancer doctors are finished doing their work. (Hate cancer doctors!!) People here have about six months to live when admitted, either in the facility and/or at home. Our main purpose was to keep their pain under control so they could be as pain free as possible so they could spend time with their families and friends. Yes everything I said is true about the hospice I worked in. At no time was food or water withheld from our patients. If that had been the case I would not have worked there as long as I did. I witnessed nothing but compassion for the patients and their families. After the cancer doctors lied to them and ravished their bodies with poision, we treated each and every one with the upmost respect and compassion. More often then not the staff cried with the families when their family member passed. No one caused or hastened the death of our patients, if I had witnessed that I would have quit on the spot. Water is added to the oxygen to keep the nares passages from becoming to dry. They would have removed the water if they were asked. Again I'm sorry for you and Thomas' experience and for what his mother had to go through. I asure you I would not have lasted more then one day in that place after watching the treatment your mother had. If it happened to her then there must have been others. But my experiences with hospice were not like that at all.

  • C. Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor)

    Did you attend the celebrations of death? If so, then you merely saw what you wanted to see, and blocked out the rest, which would mean that you are not really being honest with yourself.

    As Dr. Carl Jung once noted, delusional states (personal mythologies) are caused by the avoidance of pain, and the truth about what you were a part of probably should hurt like Hell to face.

    By the way, there is no such thing as a "hopeless" person, unless they are robbed of their hope.

  • Barb Neubauer  - hospice

    When I worked at Hospice there wer no celebrations of death.

  • C. Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor)

    Of course there were no "celebrations". They were "commemorations". (wink, wink)

    Would you like me to post pictures from the "commemoration" that I attended? Perhaps you could post some of your's.

    The one I attended had them boasting that they "helped" 1,800 people die in the preceding year.

    I think that paper names on the dead plastic trees isn't taking it far enough. They ought to show pictures of those people in their coffins. Perhaps draw joker-like smiley faces on them.

  • john

    hello all

    I have to agree with thomas & sarah here! GOD is the only one who decides when we are to die!!! not doctors and nurses.
    if you were so loving and careing, why were you not telling the sick about the many alternative healing methods and cures for cancer and many other diseases?

    personaly I will never step foot in another hospital or doctors office, I would rather die then become an experiment. and I refuse to pay anyone who wants to practice on me.

    I will trust in GOD and his natural creation to cure all that ails!!!


  • Dylan

    Right on, the gnostic medical cult and their pathetic self worshiping high priests will no longer enslave me with their empty paranoia propaganda. They are all a bunch of shameless liars trying to hide all their bs from being exposed by creating a protected closed cult society which covers their every move and doesn't let any outsider in that hasn't gone through their initiation process of many years to prove who and who will not be worthy slaves to their bs cult.

  • Lim  - re:
    Thomas Corriher wrote:
    Did you attend the celebrations of death? If so, then you merely saw what you wanted to see, and blocked out the rest, which would mean that you are not really being honest with yourself.

    As Dr. Carl Jung once noted, delusional states (personal mythologies) are caused by the avoidance of pain, and the truth about what you were a part of probably should hurt like Hell to face.

    By the way, there is no such thing as a "hopeless" person, unless they are robbed of their hope.

    Actually I disagree with Dr. Carl Jung's philosophy since he is the Father of Neo-Gnosticism & the New Age. But I do feel deeply upset when I AIDS patients and others stay in Singapore CDC Hospice.

  • C. Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor)

    Jung was not a new-ager, and if he were still alive, he would be the first to correct this myth. The belief that Jung was a new-ager stems from lies that have been spread by the new-agers to legitimize their practices, at the expense of Jung's reputation. These people are not exactly the type who make decisions on the basis of morality, so please consider the sources. They have taken his work which discussed spiritual issues throughout his career out of content (and frequently added their own context) to falsely assert that he promoted the pagan practices of the modern occult.

    The truth is that Jung realized that studying the behaviors and results of such practices were clinically useful for gaining insight into mental illnesses, which were always inevitably linked to such anti-social (unnaturally introverted) practices. This meant that he felt the occult was worthy of careful scientific analysis for the sake of helping mankind, but this hardly meant that he actually encouraged the practices of the occult. The pagan practices are generally a manifestation of the Power Complex, and are important symptoms of mental illness that are worthy of study; whereas positive religions are tied first to The Mother Complex and later to The Archetype of Meaning indicating emotional maturity and healthy social adjustment.

    Much of the confusion about Jung's work comes from the tap dancing he had to do in order to be be accepted by the anti-Christian scientific community, which would have otherwise stomped-out his research for being so politically incorrect.

    The twisting of history to make Dr. Jung promote the occult anti-faiths is something that he would be quite enraged about. In his personal life, Jung was a deeply Christian man, who had to write in code about his spiritual revelations to prevent the scientific community from censoring him as one of "those Christians". Due to this coding, his work was ignored by American Universities for decades as being too difficult to understand -- even by professional psychiatrists. It is still more-or-less ignored, but now the reason is more due to it being so politically incorrect, and its non-promotion of pharmaceuticals.

    Long before Dr. Carl G. Jung disproved Sigmund Freud's theories, he was just Carl. In his youth, he was influenced by his aunt, who routinely held séances to supposedly communicate with the dead. His early studies of this para-normal phenomena eventually led to his life-long fascination of human psychology, and its connections to spiritual beliefs, and actual spiritual forces.

  • Terrie  - Black Death Room

    Is there really such a room they call the death room where everything is black like the bed , wall, and basically everything is black? A friend went to a hospice to visit a friend and said every single thing in the room was black? I think that is horrible and surely not a room I would want to die in. I'm sure it would definitely speed the dying process up as well. Is there any reason for this? Anyone know??

  • Arnold Levey  - Hospice Inspiris killed my mother.

    I lost my mother last Tuesday and besides the normal sadness I am trying to deal with the pain inflicted by Hospice Inspiris which took over the care of my 95 year old mother before she was even terminal. This corrupt, Medicare scamming company (i wonder what their CEO's annual compensation is) withdrew decent medical care and substituted their own miserable excuse for medical care. This consisted mainly of nurse visits, directed by possibly the most incompetent doctor i have encountered (the so-called medical director-Justo Cisneros) who seldom saw my mother and took her off her meds. When checking his credentials, I learned that he was a graduate of a Mexican Medical School whose accreditation was so dubious that the school's graduates are banned from entering residencies in the State of New York. But he clearly embraces hospice's cult of death and probably commands a low salary which fits in nicely with Hospice Inspiris's cost cutting philosophy. I feel my mother could likely have lived several more years if she hadn't been preyed upon by Hospice Inspiris. I am an attorney and I am not through with this company and will pursue justice and try to prevent this from happening to others.

  • Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)

    We're very sorry that you too had to witness a relative pushed through the meat grinder. We would love to help you research this, and get justice for all those who have been killed by hospice. We would also love to run this story, in order to better educate the masses about the true intentions and motives of hospice. You won't find a better group of researchers to help you, and we won't ask for any sort of compensation for our assistance.

    Please contact us.

  • nichole  - I think you just lost me

    Editor's Note: The following comment is being posted because it demonstrates just how sick, twisted, manipulative, and evil these people tend to be. It is supposedly from the anonymous coward, "nichole". Please notice that while she is a nurse, she condemns our health efforts, while boasting (actually bragging) that she helps to finish-off people. I'll let the rest speak for itself.

    "I've been listening to your stations and checking out your site and you are very will informed in most areas but then to my surprise saw that Thomas is fat... And his wife...On healthy foods? Almost impossible. And now this obvious paranoia about hospice. I am a hospice nurse that does not have a fascination with death, but realizes that no matter how healthy you live your life, eventually you will die. Are you giving up on life if at 90 you are just ready to go? Dying is not always pain free and I guarantee if you feed and water a dying person that they will be in pain. Aspiration pneumonia can be very painful and so is oxygen deprivation since the heart is just not pumping that great by that age. I'm sorry he had a bad experience but it does not in any way represent me or the companies I have worked for. Do you have anything nice to say about any nurses that happen to dedicate their lives taking care of your loved ones, even at the end of their life?"

    Did you spot the "Feed and water" part? Notice how the sick are considered to be just animals ready to be euthanized at someone else's discretion? (Talk about a Freudian slip.)

    Of course, the answer is, no. We have nothing nice to say about such people, and someday all of them will answer for their crimes against those who are too weak to defend themselves, and for their crimes against God.

    By the way, "nicole", we never lost you. You were lost long before you came here.

  • Nicki  - Great writing

    My grandfather had metastasized prostate cancer so he was terminal. His cancer was found way too late, but he was getting some kind of injections. I don't really know. But he was from somewhat rural Virginia and believed in natural medicines. He fell and was found by my aunt, bleeding from his head. That was the end. He was rushed to the hospital and then sentenced to hospice. Another aunt was at the hospital with him when he said, "I guess they [doctors] think they've done all they can for me." He believed the doctors had given up on him. They did. He wasn't ready to die. He wanted CARE, not to be discarded. Once he went to hospice, he was never given anything for his terrible pain and my aunt believes he was simply "allowed to die"--one of their favorite phrases. After a couple of days I think he realized he was being thrown away. He completely stopped speaking even though he was physically able to. My aunt was helpless because my mom is the oldest and was in control and supports that whole "die with dignity" crap. It's an evil act to not care for someone who wants and needs it and still wants every ounce of life they have left. My aunt and I and others in my family have been convinced that hospice is no place to send anyone you love.

  • Sue  - In Total Agreement

    What this person describes is exactly what my family experienced at hospice when my mother died. She was overmedicated and dehydrated to death as quickly as possible. She would have been dispatched even more quickly with methadone, but I would not allow them to give her that med. This caused them to be very angry and hostile and they took it out on my mom in various ways. Horrible, horrible place.
    Avoid at all costs.

  • baughmann

    yeah i always had a question in me head on that ,,specifically the treatment of my neighbor who the caregivers said to them to starve the old woman didnt sound right ...i know she died from lack of nutririon and a blood transfusion in the hospital cus of that as she only atr ice crean for many years the hospital visit transfusion put her system into an unbalanced shock from too fast ice cream decompression ...hospice told the "caregivers" to starve her ...looking back on it ,,if i had known then what i know now i would have seen that she needed super nutrition supplement phytonuetrients ,,quality fruits and veges etc...""starve her "" hmmm no wait a moment now i remember a woman who died from hep c which came out of japan in 41 or so from what i could find ....she was 72-4 and the family members were encouraged to give her massive over doses of medication to hasten her exit ....
    knowing how much medical mafia is brutally foreign to healing and cures ,,i want to say that a friend was cured of stage 4 cancer of prostate cancer at the hocksey clinic ...i kid you not and when he went back to the hospital that gave him the death sentence thet litterally told him to get the eff out ....all documented ....ive also seen a cure remission etc of genotype 1 hep c with only thymus liquid supps and inj.thymus ...seen the tests from start to finish ...
    type 1 is impossible to get rid of in any event ...the anti bodies are there but there is -0 load ppd..

  • David  - UK hospices are killing people on an industrial sc

    To add to this case study pool, my mother (70) was killed by a UK hospice last week through the method of dehydration and starvation, made possible by use of an intravenous morphine syringe driver and continuous injection of sedatives through an arm port.

    I felt unable to stop this as we were all victims of a well-rehearsed and elaborate confidence trick that these hospices operate... much to my eternal regret and shame.

    She entered the hospice on the Friday in good spirits, having been told by the MacMillan Cancer Support Nurse (one of the most respected organisations in British nursing) at the general hospital at which she had spent the last five weeks that the hospice, which they had selected, would 'really look after her needs, give her rest and provide relaxation services like massage and physiotherapy' - they did not tell her, nor me, that the hospice's aim would in fact be to kill her as quickly as possible... in this case, over just four days.

    My Mum had been suffering from renal cancer, which was, apparently, also in her lymphatic system, but of which there were no current mestases in other locations, although the byproducts from her tumour were kicking off a few problems with her lungs requiring her to use a supplementary oxygen supply. She had lost weight, but she was strong in herself and determined. With the exception of a bad back, she was not suffering any other pain.

    I travelled with Mum to the hospice in an ambulance. A friendly volunteer met us at the doors and filled us with confidence.

    We then had an initial, bedside meeting with a doctor at the hospice and this was very negative in tone. Almost immediately the syringe driver was introduced, coupled with the sedatives (which they said was need as she was 'agitated'). In a couple of days, my Mum went from being an alert and keen communicator to being unresponsive, almost comatose individual.

    On the first full day in the hospice, Day One (Saturday), things seemed to be okay, but I was only able to stay for the morning as I had to go off on a 300-mile round trip, returning to the hospice the following lunchtime.

    On Day Two (Sunday), a couple of notable things happened: the hospice seemed to be operating a 'good cop/bad cop' routine as the doctor was replaced by an absolutely lovely older lady nurse who chatted to each family member individually and in wonderfully caring terms explained that 'Mum can no longer take solids or fluids as she is very ill'. Secondly, some unexpected visitors from Mum's childhood showed up at the hospice - they were made to feel most unwelcome and, strangely, for the two hours that they stayed, in which the hospice was unable to administer sedatives, she remained alert and chatted to her friends. The second they left, the injections started again and she was out for the count. Her energy drinks, which had been issued by the general hospital, a bottle of orange juice and a bowl of grapes were removed.

    On Day Three (Monday), Mum spent most of the day sleeping, drugged up. Unable to get any fluids into her, I quizzed the medical team hard at the hospice. I asked questions about dehydration and drug administration, but the doctors had pat responses to knock me back. I spoke with two different members of staff at different times and the same answers were given. I was determined that if Mum did not drink that day I would make a determined effort on Day Four to get some fluids into her and would, if left alone for long enough, cut her morphine tube.

    Day Four, her final day, started at 9.00am with me being denied access to her room. A team of four nurses went inside and closed the door - I don't know what they were doing, but it was explained as 'freshening her up'. 25 minutes later, I was allowed access. I pushed past them to get into the room, so eager was I to see how she was and to carry out my plan of giving her fluids. To my horror, she was propped up in the bed with her head snapped backwards over the pillow, looking up, mouth open wide as if gasping for breath - I believe she had partially swallowed her tongue. Her earlobes, her fingertips and other extremities were blue and I thought she was about to die on me. I couldn't believe that a medical team could leave a patient like that for a relative to find. Worse still, I saw that her oxygen, on which she relied, had been turned off at the dial on the wall.

    I quickly restored the oxygen supply to its normal level, held her head forward and called for her to respond. I used a sponge to introduce water to her lips and mouth. I will admit to you that I was beside myself with terror and as I did this I sang to her, yes sang to her, one of her favourite songs, 'Ain't Misbehavin' by Fats Waller! I was making plenty of crazy noise, but no assistance came from the medical team.

    Shortly afterwards, the rest of my family arrived in the room. Mum was starting to come around and was noticeably breathing again. No-one could understand what was happening, but she went into crisis, was animated and gasping for air, trying to raise her arms. We were crying and convinced she was about to pass away.

    Two nurses came in and administered a sedative through her arm port. She collapsed into a foetal position, never awoke from this, and died exactly where she was 11 hours later. In her final hours, her bed covers were removed and a cooling fan was put on her at full blast so that she became very cold.

    There are many things I've left out from this report, points about lack of basic care (like how the hospice staff never washed or brushed her hair, never cleaned her teeth, never changed her catheter bag, never washed her face, never allowed her ripple bed to be turned on to alleviate her bed sores etc)

    In my opinion, the ritual 20-25 minute exclusion from the patient's room each morning for nursing duties may carry a sinister, covert purpose, possibly involving moving the patient, creating stress and trauma, especially towards the end of their expected stay, presumably to encourage and speed their demise. I have no proof of this bit, but everything else I witnessed with my own eyes and can guarantee is the truth.

    The final thing that I've left out from this report are some of the actions of my own family members, both in order to protect their confidentiality, but also because some of us seemed to actively help the hospice achieve this quick despatch. As I said, it is a masterfully delivered confidence trick which, in other circumstances, might be deserving of admiration for its detailed planning.

    To sign off, I confirm that at no time did we request that my Mum be taken from us via this wicked and distressing form of euthanasia. We feel totally taken in by the system and will always regret not being able to spot the ruse early enough or to have had the chance to read around the subject in time to have done anything about it.

    Perhaps my Mum would have lived a few days, a few weeks or a few months more if she had not been killed in this artificial way, who knows, but it is my belief that, whilst we should use all the means at our disposal to ease suffering, only God (or mother nature if you don't share my faith) has the right to call time on a person's life and that we are entering dangerous territory when a medical professional has the power to make and effect such decisions themselves.

    I feel completely destroyed by what has happened and I am determined to bring this subject to wider attention in the UK. Hospices receive a huge amount of fund raising here and are staffed on the non-medical side by volunteers. People need to know, need to be aware and need to be warned.

  • Lenna Mayo

    I have a friend that is being killed at this moment. She was talking last night but the Hospice nurse gave morphine to a family member and is having them give so much every hour. The Hospice nurse said that it would cause fluid to build up faster in her lungs and the body would not have to work so hard and death would come quicker.
    Murder is murder by any device.

  • C. Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor)

    You should 'wire' yourself with a recording device. This stuff isn't going to change until some of those people go to prison. Contact us if you need advice on how to.

    Their job is to make death a more humane process -- not to speed it up, or become an active part in the killing. This is what they now do, and they relish their victim's deaths as "a blessing". One has to be truly evil to be one of them. They are the only branch of 'medical care' that has a survival rate of 0%, and that should not even be possible.

    Suffocation by induced pneumonia is their favorite killing strategy. It is the opposite of humane. In the case of my own mother, they were actually vaporizing her oxygen to pump more fluid into her lungs. Suffocation is one of the most horrifying ways to die, but they keep victims so drugged that they cannot beg for mercy. When a patient is actually able to beg for mercy, the suffering is blamed on the original illness -- not the fact that the condemned patient being slowly tortured to death.

    Even if the police won't listen, in the very least we could publicize the audio here, and we have a big impact. One way or another, we need to get the message out that working for a hospice does not give a person a license to kill, and the public needs to know what kind of monsters they are. They actually have the public believing that they are saintly.

    Most people feel that it takes a special kind of really caring person to work at a hospice. It is just the opposite. Only sociopaths can stay employed at those places, for having a conscience is dangerous to the career.

  • Bo Hahnfeld  - If you love your loved ones, don't put them in hos

    July 15,2014 my sweet mother passed under the care of hospice, my two siblings and a non-hospice caregiver. I am completely outraged with hospice. They, along with my siblings not only starved her and restricted fluids but were on some kind of pathetic mission to hasten my mothers death right under my nose. I am still shocked by the whole traumatic experience but mostly that I did not stand up to any of them for what they did.
    My story began 4 years ago when my father passed. My siblings decided to take care of our mom. They took control and I was completely out of the picture or so they thought.
    My mom had a brain aneurysm 8 years ago which she recovered from. She did have some memory issues later but was otherwise in good health. Last year she was put into hospice and I still am not sure why. She was not terminal. She stopped talking by this time but was still engaged in every way.
    I noticed changes in her. Because of the huge strain I had with my siblings I came every other week while the non-hospice caregiver was there.This caregiver opened my eye's to many things and in the beginning I dismissed them. She actually told me that hospice and my siblings are killing my mom.
    I of course did not want to believe. After the first 6 months of hospice she was re-enrolled for another 6 months. Again, no terminal illness. This last 6 months big changes were happening and I began asking questions. The non-hospice caregiver remarked there was never any food for my mom to eat. Only Ensure and juice. Shocked by this the caregiver and I would bring food. My mom's appetite was great.
    For the last six months my mom only ate when the non-hospice caregiver and I were there and was not given food while my siblings were there. This means she was eating every other week. When I questioned them there response was, she doesn't need many calories.
    I again started noticing weigh loss. Not just 10 or 15 lb.. but many pounds. When I confronted my sister her response was she may choke on her food. Fast forward to June. The non-hospice caregiver is dismissed from taking care of my mom. My siblings are there full time. My mom at this point no longer resembles herself. I ask them again about food and drink and get a response that I can't believe. My brother remarks by saying Gatorade has lots of nutrients and vitamins. I give him such a look. They ask me to leave and that I can only come certain times. I managed to come back after a few day's with my daughter's and they are horrified at what they see. My sister begins to administer morphine. I question again because my mom was in no pain so why? I am told she will breath easier. Again, in shock. When she passed the hospice social worker and nurse came by. There was definitely a cult like atmosphere in the house I could not explain. Creepy might be the word. It was so obvious by this time they were all in on it. They made attempts to console me and made insensitive remarks one that nearly put me over the edge. I could not be consoled I was angry. "Your mom looks so peaceful and she looks exactly the way she did when she was alive", to that my 16 year old responded with, "but much much thinner".
    From the beginning I had wanted to report this abuse but never did. I would go from wanting to expose them all to not doing a thing but I started to empower myself and began reading all I could on hospice abuse. What I found was hundreds of stories and websites like yours that are bringing awareness to the public. Thank you for that!
    I cannot bring my my sweet mom back but I can inform people to beware before they commit to hospice.
    I am happy to say we did ask for an investigation. I am also happy to say that we took numerous photos and more importantly videos without my siblings knowing. Maybe all is not lost!
    One more thing, maybe two!
    Why are lay people trusted with the morphine/drug kits?
    Also, I think all caregivers wether they are family or not should under go evaluation before that give care. They should be of sound mind and body.

  • Patricia Simpson  - I believe hospice killed my mom

    We found out in end April that My Mom had stage 4 lung cancer..We were in utter shock hearing this.My Mother was refused Chemo therapy,explanation was that she was not a candidate for it.On July 8 2014 Mom was admitted in "Home" Hospice and was sent home.Hospice delivered a bed for her,and all the medical equipment she needed.The nurse came and quickly ran to Walmart to get Mom percocet (Mom was allergic to morphine).The next day the nurse comes and tells me they will be ordering her her medicines and they will come next day delivery to the house.And that in a few days I will get a care kit,and I am to just put it in the fridge and not touch it..The day after that I got the delivery of her medicines...This is what she got (now mind you my mom was 4'11" and weighed less then 100 pounds)she got a bottle of 10/325 percocet and to take 2 pills every 4 hours.Oxycontin 1 to 2 pills twice a day..Xanax 0.5mg three times a day,Adivan 1mg 3 times a day pednizone 60mg a day...2 different types of high blood pressure pills,Clornidine and Lisinopril(Mom didn't have HBP)but she was to take each pill twice a day.After just one HBP pill her BP dropped to 90/53..I am no doctor but I know that is too low.I stopped the HBP,but decided not to tell hospice..I also could not figure out why she was given both Xanax and Adivan they are the same type of anxiety pill.I also knew the pain pills were a lot.So I was doing it my her 1 pecocet every 6 hours(Like I was given when I had broke my back)and she was comfortable without pain.I guess they figured it out when they seen her awake and alert.So from then on a nurse was coming every 4 hours to give her her meds. Mom went down hill from there..slept around the clock,didn't want to eat or drink anymore.And when she did wake up a few minutes here and there,she was talking off the wall.that she needed to set a code for the hallmark channel and would go nuts pressing buttons on the remote to find the code.Then she needed red popsicles so she can make herself all red.A week later the care kit came.I was told not to open it,and put it in the fridge and forget it.I wondered why,so I opened it and I was shocked.The first thing I saw was liquid pecocet,and then I saw liquid Haldol,which made me very angry,Haldol is an antipsychotic medicine to treat schizophrenia.When the nurse came I told her I opened the care kit,and I was no way going to give her Haldol..I know that drug,had a friend on it,and know how dangerous that drug is.We argued back and forth and finally she took out a sharpie and wrote on the bottle family refuses admin of this drug.And she was mad that I opened the comfort care kit.And sure as hell didn't like it that I told her I had every right to know what is in that kit and what they planned on giving MY mom..And it gets worse..We are on a very limited income.My doctor stopped me from working due to health issues.SO I have zero income right now trying to get disability but that is a nightmare.My mom has a severely Autistic son and gets SSI for him and Caretaker benefits she got for herself because he needs 24/7 care and she could not work because of his needs.Anyway we can not afford to pay for her cremation.I told this to the hospice social worker,and she brings me a brochure of a place that will pay for the cremation..BUT there is a catch..First I had to donate her body to them to do whatever experiments they wanted to do and when they were done then they would cremate her.Mutilate my mothers body...I was horrified and I flipped out.NO WAY,my mom is not a science project.So I refused it.They started pounding in my head that when she passes,I am NOT to call 911,I am to call hospice.They will take care of it..When you are facing the death of someone you love so much and need.And you are watching them die,and all this in 2 months she goes from beings her normal everyday self to bedridden and dying.You can not think straight anymore,But I did ask why..They said cause EMT will come in and break her ribs..On July 28,2014,the nurse comes and see's mom is really out of hour before this nurse came another one came and gave mom pecocet.This nurse comes in and see's mom totally out of it.Stands there for a minute looking at mom,and then gets the comfort care kit,and takes out the liquid percocet,I said she just got it an hour ago,she said that is ok she can have a little more to help her with her breathing.She took all her vitals and then before she left told me again that when her time comes not to call 911....An hour later,my mom passed away.We called hospice and told them,the woman on the phone had no sympathy,and says very rude,how do you know she is dead? The nurse comes rushing back and right away starts washing mom up.The hospice social worker shows up,and gets some funeral home to come pick mom up.After the funeral home leaves the nurse and the social worker took all moms medicines and went to the kitchen sink destroying ALL the medicine,they looked like 2 mad Scientists at that sink,crushing pills and mixing everything with the liquid medicines.Then they took all the information papers that come with the medicine telling you the info on the medicines..And they put all those papers through a portable shredder.And then left.They have not offered any grief consoling for the family.BUT they will not give us time to grieve.Hospice and the funeral home are harassing me everyday.First the funeral home calls me the morning after mom passed demanding I get there right then and there to sign papers.My mom did not have a valid ID,and lost her social security card,and never replaced it.Both Hospice and the funeral home told me I have to go apply for her social security card..The the funeral home wants my Grandmothers maiden name..I do not know her maiden name,explained that to them and they tell me well you have to find out what her maiden name is..I have no other family except for my Autistic brother,how do they expect me to find out her maiden name?They send me last week to a place to apply for them to pay her cremation.I had to travel all day on buses to get there and back.I was so sick from the heat when I got home I live in Florida and it was like 102 degrees..That night I swelled so bad that my toes split open.I have congestive heart failure,and can not be out in the heat like that.I called my doctor the next morning and went in to see her the same day..Before I left to see the doctor,the social worker called that I had to go to......I cut her off and said I can't I have a doctors appointment,she freaking told me I had to call and reschedule my doctor...And she was upset when I told her no,it was an emergency that I had to go.Well she will be really mad because my doctor wrote them a letter for me to give them when she comes stating that I am not to be out in the heat no matter what for any reason.The social worker calls today and again tells me that I have to get her social security card.I call the social security office to find out if I can do it through the mail or online..They told me that unless I have guardianship over my mother she has to come in herself to apply for the social security card..I told them my mother passed away and they then told me that I can in no way get a social security card on a deceased person,and they are shocked hospice does not know this...I am so furious,they will not cremate mom until they have a social security card...they will not do the death certificate until after they have cremated her..I can not go to social security and have my brothers SSI check set with me now as his payee or apply for the caretaker benefits without the death certificate.So in the meantime my brother will not receive any income until it is changed over,which means there is no way to pay his bills rent,electric,water,food,NOTHING.which in return will end up being homeless.And they do not give a damn.And yet my mom 2 weeks and a day and a half later is still lying in a freezer...And still they have not given me time to grieve..But now I sit and wonder WHY were they in such a hurry to destroy her medicines and the papers of them.Why couldn't I really call 911,mom had a living will clearly refusing cpr if her heart stopped..So they would not have done cpr and broke her ribs...what are they really hiding?That they would of done an Autopsy and found out it was a massive overdose that killed her?I am kicking myself,I should of called 911,but I trusted them...Until I started reading all these horror stories...I feel that they killed my mom,and I helped without knowing it..If I knew all these horror stories,I would not of let them in this house....I hope my Mom forgives me.

  • Valerie Halliburton  - Hospice Team Killed My Dad

    My dad's DEATH was definitely induced by the last Hospice team that entered our home. My dad had Parkinson and experienced a urinary tract infection approximately 2 to 3 times a year. On Dec. 31, 2011, my sister and I took him to the hospital because he had an urinary tract infection. During that hospital stay, my dad slept a lot and was prematurely put in Hospice. My dad finally woke up. I took him home around the 8th day, where he received hospice care for over 2 ½ years before his death. The fact is; after months of him being home from the hospital (still in Hospice), I was told by the first Home Care Hospice Doctor that my dad’s diagnosis (Parkinson) isn't one that would be considered a hospice case. But he (the doctor) was glad my dad was receiving the type of care he was getting from the team. To make a long (2 ½ years) story short, the wonderful nurse who was with us the longest, told me they were going to take my dad out of hospice because his health was not failing. My dad could do everything but walk. His mind was sharp as ever. A new Hospice team came in and my dad was DEAD in a few days after the last nurse left our home. I was in SHOCK. I am trying to find a lawyer who will take my case and I pray this doesn't happen to another family. Oh, and by the way, no-one from the "Hospice team" called after my dad's death or attended his funeral. I did receive a card with their signatures about two weeks after his funeral. If a lawyer does not take this case, I will write a book. If anyone can help, please do so!

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