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Subject: Sad news. Godspeed, buddy! ...

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Date Posted: Saturday, September 14, 08:29:29pm
In reply to: Reported by himself on his own Facebook page 's message, "Healthwatch: our own Loren Coleman suffers stroke - recovering nicely." on Saturday, September 14, 06:19:55pm

Loren Coleman updated his Facebook profile Ö
September 13, 2019

Hi Everyone,
I had a stroke. Something was perhaps going on all week, but my life changed on Wednesday. On Thursday I had aphasia (please look it up). I have been in the ER through Friday afternoon.

Since Iím into dates, I was shocked to realize all this happened between 9/11 and Friday the 13th during the full moon.

I received two CAT scans, a MRI, heart imagery, and lots of blood, coordination & mental tests. Iím relatively still healthy. Exhausting but the doctors seemed to feel, as one friend said, of course, it was an ďanomaly.Ē

My speech challenges have more or less faded, although I feel like I am noticeably still careful with my words. It worried me a great deal. I know it probably is better than I feel, but that is how this all works.

It is all improving,
Jenny, Caleb & Malcolm have been lifesavers, and have brought humor and hope into my heart & brain.

Iím cancelling my lecture trip to Wisconsin, for example, next week - and the tv & radio interviews for now. I have to lower my stress immediately.

Thank you all


Loren Coleman, Founder and Director Emeritus
International Cryptozoology Museum
4 Thompson's Point Road, Suite 106
Portland, Maine 04102

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