Chiropractor was arrested in 1995 for burning down Chipley office

Published: Monday, September 9, 2013 at 12:17 PM.

“He told me he had gotten stung by jellyfish when he was in China and that it was a reaction to the toxins,” Potts said.

Potts did not leave Wohlschlaeger until a decade later — a move that she cannot rationally explain now, but when she did finally divorce him, she told police about the mallet incident and now has a restraining order against him.

Wohlschlaeger's fourth wife, Diana Yohn, was the woman he divorced just months before marrying Seitz.

She told police that while she did not have firm proof, she felt that her regular migranes got significantly worse during her marriage to Wohlschlaeger and she felt he played a role in her pain.

“I think that the man's dangerous, personally,” she told police.

During the investigation into Seitz’s death, Wohlschlaeger reportedly told police that in the days leading up to her death, Seitz had been feeling ill and having one of her bi-annual bouts of migranes.

Seitz’s mother and brother told ABC that they made a surprise visit to the home that Seitz and Wohlschlaeger shared in Loxley to check in on her. They said that Seitz felt so ill that she could not even get out of bed to greet them.

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