July 23, 2012
The father of Stacy Dawn Murphy who died recently at Narconon Arrowhead says that something is terribly wrong at the facility.
Controversy has raged around Narconon ever since it was first established in our state back in the 1980’s and a quick succession of deaths at the facility has renewed scrutiny upon the practices of the organization which are admittedly based upon the founder of Scientology’s teachings.
In 2007, the withholding of critical prescription medication for high blood pressure as well as dubious treatments and dishonesty by the facility leadership led to Colin Henderson to abruptly leave the facility. Colin has been trying to sound the alarm about Narconon since that time expressing fear that the rehabilitation practices of Narconon could cause injury or death to those seeking treatment there.
July 21, 2012
By Jeanne LeFlore Staff Writer
McALESTER — On Friday morning, Stacy Dawn Murphy, 20, was found dead at Narconon Arrowhead in Candian and her father said he wants answers.
Robert “Murphy” Murphy of Owasso said he needs to know her death won’t go unnoticed.
“I want to know her death wasn’t in vain, that changes will be made,” Murphy said Saturday.
He said Narconon officials told him that she was found dead in the “DeTox” room, He said she was alone and hadn’t been checked on for at least 2 and half hours.