For the discriminating pocketknife user and collector, there's no better choice.
Students of American knifemaking know that Schatt & Morgan preceded Queen Cutlery in that old building on Chestnut Street in Titusville, Pennsylvania.
And although the company is long-gone, Queen has resurrected Schatt & Morgan's elegant.
old-school designs -- classic pocketknives that represent the very best craftsmanship and superb styling.
The Schatt & Morgan line is famous for its high level of fit and finish, the sort of quality you might expect from a knife meant only to be a collector.
These knives are capable of much more, however -- so slide it into your pocket or, if you like, simply display it with pride.
Either way, a Schatt & Morgan is a knife you'll want to pass down to your children.
Even worse, some of the patients never got the chance to wake up. He graduated from a top-tier medical school, was running research labs and completed a residency program for neurosurgery. Now, a new podcast called is breaking down the deranged surgeon’s criminal acts and shows how drug abuse and blinding overconfidence led to big trouble for the patients who found themselves underneath the spiraling doctor’s knife. According to , Duntsch did so well in medical school that he was allowed to join the prestigious Alpha Omega Medical Honor Society.
And it’s all because of one surgeon named Christopher Duntsch — a.k.a. Christopher Duntsch was born in Montana in 1971 and raised alongside his three siblings in an affluent suburb of Memphis, Tenn. He did his surgical residency at the University of Tennessee in Memphis, spending five years studying neurosurgery and a year studying general surgery.
Hoyle said that he didn’t know how to feel about his fellow surgeon.