Ghost of Theodora: At America’s Most Haunted Hotel, the 1886 Crescent Hotel, legend has been formed from the many guests who checked out but have never left. These famous spirits include Michael, the Irish stonemason who fell to his death while building the hotel in 1885, Theodora, the cancer patient of the Dr. Baker hospital days who seems to need help finding her room key, Norman Baker in his white suit, Morris the cat, a mystery patient in a white nightgown who appears in the luxury…
Here is an example of the kind of cancer cure quackery that the ASCC dealt with in the early years. Norman Baker treated cancer sufferers in his own hospital at a cost of $1000 (in the 19-teens), treating “external” cancers with a cure of arsenic powders (which had been stolen from another quack, Harry M. Hossey) and internal cancers with glycerine.. He abetted his “cancer is conquered” claims with his magazine TNT (The Naked Truth) and his radio station, KTNT.
Legally for sale on the High St, the drugs as lethal as heroin. Deaths linked to legal highs have soared from 12 in 2009 up to 97 in 2012 Experts warn fatalities could overtake those linked to heroin by next year Warned that selling the drugs on High Street gives impression they're safe Norman Baker's report suggested blanket ban on psychoactive substances But since his resignation last November no legislation has been enacted
We Must Protect The Interests Of Medical Cannabis After Legalization. My only hope is that the eventual regulating bodies take a broader look at public health outcomes, and we fight against a purely commercial cannabis market. We should acknowledge Canada's distinct history when it comes to reform, cannabis policy and medical cannabis.