The back story: Prior to this Caribbean cruise, Diazien Hossencofft went on an Alaskan cruise. During the Alaskan cruise, he met two women (sisters).
A few years ago, I corresponded with one of those women. She told me Hossencofft was traveling with a much older woman in Alaska. I believe Hossencofft’s traveling companion was the woman identified as “Sunny Blake” in my book, September Sacrifice.
Blake was very much Hossencofft’s meal ticket, providing him with about $25,000 a month for “medical treatment” for the breast cancer that would ultimately claim her life.
While on the cruise in Alaska, “Dr. Hossencofft” learned that the two sisters would later be on a Caribbean cruise. Hossencofft made a point of making sure he’d be on that cruise, too.
And he was. You see some of it here.
This Hossencofft video was given to me by the woman I corresponded with a few years ago (one of the sisters on both cruises). I was also provided with a diary, of sorts, concerning time spent on this cruise.
What you’ll see here are a few scenes from the video. I’ve edited the video so that you cannot identify the sister who appears on camera. I’ve also bleeped-out a couple of moments when a woman’s name is heard on the original footage.
Oh, and it’s worth mentioning. Hossencofft was married to Girly Chew Hossencofft at the time of both cruises. While I cannot say it with certainty, it is quite likely that Diazien Hossencofft had told his wife that he had to leave town to go save a life with his cutting-edge science/medical abilities. Or maybe told Girly he had to give a lecture to some group of doctors out of state. Something along those lines…