In February, Tim Cunningham, a doctor working for the Center for Disease Control as a researcher and health expert, went missing. Police dismiss the disappearance as not suspicious since he had recently been passed over for a promotion. But since then, additional details have begun to pile up which are raising questions.
What we know now is that Cunningham called out sick on Thursday and Friday, the 8th and 9th of February. He returned on Monday and was informed that he would not receive the long-expected promotion, according to police. After the meeting, he left work again, saying that he again felt unwell. During the drive from the office, he called his mother. She missed the call and Cunningham did not leave a message.
While the police have dismissed this as a voluntarily missing person’s case, the details don’t seem to agree.
Cunningham’s car keys, wallet, cell phone, his dog, and other personal effects have all been found in his home. Police have searched the Doctor’s home as well as all of the local hospitals to no avail. The Doctor remains missing.
In response to concerns of foul play, a CDC spokesperson told reporters; “He would not be the type of person if you kidnapped him and held him, [that] he could give you some horrific virus that could be a real problem for all the rest of us.”
This is a strange response in light of the fact that certain practitioners of alternative medicines and classically trained doctors with research that refutes certain accepted norms have been turning up dead for a long time now.
But the story grows stranger still. Cunningham’s final words to his neighbor remain difficult to explain away. Viviana Tory told interviewers, “He told my husband to tell his wife – me – to erase his cellphone number from my cell phone.”
Since then, in addition to the anguish of losing their son, Cunningham’s parents have been called by police on four separate occasions and told the body of their son has been found. Each time, the parents went to view the body and discovered that it was not the body of their son.
Today, there is a nationwide search in progress, and investigators have offered a $10,000 reward to anyone with new information.
This case is suspicious for two outstanding reasons; the nature of his employer, and the nature of his disappearance.
Cunningham was an outstanding employee. He had won numerous accolades and awards over the last two years. He was promoted to Commander in the United States Public Health Service and was described by his coworkers as “a highly respected member of our CDC family.”
David Calloway, a college of the doctor said; “He has this pristine service record and background, and then he’s also the guy you can call to help you move furniture or get together with you at a restaurant at the end of a long day.”
It is not normal that the police would deem his disappearance as voluntary since it clearly was not. People who disappear voluntarily do not leave behind things like car keys, wallets, and phones. It is extremely strange that the police would summon the parents to view his body four times and each time it turned out not to be their son.
Tim Cunningham was actively working as an epidemiologist. That means he studied the rates and means by which diseases spread through communities.
Considering his high level of dedication to his work, it is strange that such a man would readily call out sick. One would think that his illness would have to be quite severe for him to miss work. What’s more, Cunningham’s sudden illness happened during the record-breaking flu epidemic which killed people all over the world.
Some have speculated that a weaponized form of the flu had been created and released in an attempt to boost immunization rates. If anyone might have knowledge of such a thing- anyone who was also likely not to keep his mouth shut- it was Tim Cunningham. This is speculation, of course, however, when a disappearance is as mysterious as this one, reasonable speculation is not to be taken off the table.
On the day he disappeared his sister received a call from him as well. She said, that he did not sound like himself. His father said he had also received strange text messages from his son that day.
Cunningham’s parents drove overnight the following day and found their son’s personal things, including his SUV, all left untouched in Cunningham’s home.
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