The parents of a former North Port High School junior varsity quarterback say they’re going to sue after the school’s ex-principal taught their son self-hypnosis. That, they claim, may have led to the death of sixteen-year-old Marcus Freeman in an auto accident. Paul and Dana Freeman say their son used self-hypnosis to manage pain and may have been influence by it when he lost control of his truck on I-75 and died in the crash. North Port administrators knew that then-Principal George Kenney, a non-therapeutic hypnotist, was using hypnosis on students. He’s since been fired.