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4 year Hyde school student Mary Yoder sentenced to 42 years in prison

Mary?s aunt Allison, uncle Mike and brother Eric Yoder also attended Hyde.

Regarding the beating, torture, murder and neglect of 4 year old Judah Morgan. The father Alan Morgan has been sentenced to 70 years in prison. Mary had given birth to 5 total children.


Hyde Schools / Hyde Survivor Testimonies
« on: December 10, 2021, 08:45:58 PM »
There are important testimonies to read on a different section of this board from Hyde students, under Q&A:,22002.0.html

Facility Question and Answers / Re: Hyde
« on: December 09, 2021, 06:39:09 PM »
wow, I hadn't read these before. ISAC has been shut down. Anyone still have the Larry Dubinsky case transcripts? (Hiler v Hyde)

Hyde Schools / Re: Parents are warned about Hyde School by watchdog group
« on: December 09, 2021, 02:53:05 PM »
ISAC shut down after they were sued by one of the major TTI group kingpins- Robert Lichfield. Don't know if they were ordered to shut down or if Lichfield paid them a settlement or what. But the Jekyll Side of Hyde is still on the Internet Archive (pre-hacking) version of fornits..

Don?t be ridiculous.. Hyde was never for neurotypical kids, unless they were completely tricked into it. It was founded for troubled kids, and it?s stayed that was for half a century.

Hyde Schools / Re: Requesting Parents' Assessment of Hyde School
« on: December 07, 2021, 06:25:05 AM »
Some things never change.. what a nightmare that place is.. and nightmares are what it causes.. for decades after..

Hyde Schools / Hyde School Survivor Testimony- Medical Neglect
« on: December 04, 2021, 06:25:03 PM »
Hyde School Survivor Testimony- Medical Neglect

I think I just accepted that I was a victim of medical abuse at Hyde. During my senior year at Woodstock I had a random pelvic infection. These infections are indescribably painful. I told a faculty member of my pain on Saturday morning before I took the SATs, he was very dismissive to the point of being cruel. I completed the SATs, crying in pain throughout, to the point that the proctor spoke to me and said I had to stop because it was disturbing others. Obviously I couldn't stop but tried by chewing/biting my sleeve for the remaining time. Afterwards, again I let faculty know i was in excruciating pain- their response again was dismissive and belittling.

I got back to campus and went to lie down. Woke up shaking, sweating, with stabbing pain. I literally hobbled and cried my way across campus to the nurse where I was essentially interrogated about the "real" severity of my pain. The nurse even pulled two faculty members in to vouch for my honesty.

I had a fever close to 104. They should've called an ambulance but instead sent me alone with a male faculty member to Day Kimball Hospital. I was admitted and put immediately on IV antibiotics and IV morphine (because Percocet did not even touch that level of pain.) I was hospitalized for 6 days.

I recently had a consult with an IVF doctor who told me the way that pelvic infection was handled was serious neglect, and is likely why I cannot get pregnant now. Doctor said the earlier treatment began, the less internal scarring I would have.

Hyde waited a full 24 hours after I started complaining of severe symptoms before listening to me and now as an adult I am dealing with the long term consequences, 20+ years later.

I haven't really spoken about my particular medical situation yet to others. I'm literally still in shock that I have long term effects because of that place not trusting me regarding my own body. I was eventually one of the "good kids" 🤮 and this was still the way I was treated. I cannot fathom what the outcome would've been had it happened my first year 🙀👿.

It's nearly impossible to explain to outsiders.

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#iseeyousurvivor #hydeschool #troubledteenindustry

Someone posted these updates today on this story on fb. They talk a lot about Mary here.

More on this story, part 1..

Interview with the foster mom, who gave Judah a loving home.. part 2

Josef Hunter, late 30's, heart attack, Bath in the late 90's

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