Harold Shipman: Driven to Kill
The Mind, Methods and Motivation of a Serial Killer

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Harold Shipman: Driven to Kill - The Mind, Methods and Motivation of a Serial Killer
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Driven to Kill
Focusing on Shipman's early years as a doctor, the development of his MO, and the deaths of Kathleen Gundy, Eva Lyons, Sarah Marsland, and Jack Shelmerdine. Driven to Kill offers…
Catching Dr. Death
Using dramatic reconstructions of his crimes, this episode focuses on Shipman's increasingly brazen activities; the murder that lead to a police investigation, and Shipman's eventual conviction.

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Driven to Kill
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Focusing on Shipman's early years as a doctor, the development of his MO, and the deaths of Kathleen Gundy, Eva Lyons, Sarah Marsland, and Jack Shelmerdine. Driven to Kill offers a fascinating but chilling insight into the mind, methods, and motivation of a callous killer.
Catching Dr. Death
Part of the Series: Harold Shipman: Driven to Kill
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