How Beth Chapman Is Spending Her Final Days

‘She has told me repeatedly that if these are her last days on earth she wants to spend every moment with me on the hunt.’ Image: Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (May 20, 2005) – Reality television star of, “The Bounty Hunter,” Duane Lee Chapman and wife Beth took time to sign autographs and pose for pictures during their visit aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68). U.S. Navy photo

Beth Chapman Wants To Spend Her Last Days ‘On The Hunt,’ Her Husband Says

| Aaron Homer, Mar 28, 2019

Inquisitr – Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman says that his wife, Beth Chapman, wants to spend her final days “on the hunt” with him.

In an exclusive interview with The Daily Mail, Duane spoke lovingly about Beth, calling her his “bodyguard” and saying that she’s always been by his side.

Beth’s current battle with lung cancer is actually the second time she has fought the deadly disease.

In 2012 she was diagnosed with throat cancer, and the chemo treatment completely wrecked her, causing her to lose a drastic amount of weight, spit up blood, and lose her hair.

This time, rather than endure chemo, she’s undergoing an undisclosed alternative treatment. Woman Now Cancer Free – WITHOUT CHEMO

Despite the fact that Beth may very well be in the waning days of her life, Duane says that Beth intends to spend those days doing what she does best: hunting down fugitives.

The couple indeed remains “on the hunt.”

Currently, the pair are filming 10 episodes of Dog’s Most Wanted, which will debut on WGN America in May. And the new show may or may not have a twist — Dog says that he wants the offenders he catches — at least, those who have drug problems — put into rehab instead.

It’s unclear, as of this writing, if the new show will involve drug offenders being put into rehab instead of back in jail. Read more. 


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