Chiropractor was arrested in 1995 for burning down Chipley office

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

When they arrived, Wohlschlaeger said that he had been out of town but when he got back he saw that a potted plant had been broken and he believed Seitz had possibly fallen down the stairs. She denied falling down the stairs.

Seitz’s symptoms had improved by the time she said goodnight to her relatives on Sunday Feb. 28, 2010. The next morning, they awoke to Wohlschlaeger screaming that his wife was unconscious.

Wohlschlaeger had been sleeping on the couch, and on that Monday morning he said he went into the bedroom and found his wife lying on the floor, unconscious, and her lips were already blue when he saw her.

This was not Wohlschlaeger’s first wife who died. Throughout his marriage to Seitz, he had told her and her relatives that his first wife, Lynn, died of leukemia.

Following her mother’s death, Yeoman found an old newspaper clipping that reported that Lynn Mary Wohlschlaeger died after choking on a cough drop at the age of 25.

The cause of death for Seitz was not as clear, however, as an autopsy listed the cause of death was inconclusive but that she had a series of blunt force head injuries.

“Man, I hate to say this, but I think someone murdered my sister,” Seitz’s brother Chester told 20/20.

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