12 min

Dr Richard Shepherd discusses Forensic Pathology Making a Monster: The Tapes

    • True Crime

Dr Richard Shepherd’s career as one of the UK’s most distinguished forensic pathologists saw him involved in disasters from the Hungerford shootings to the Bali bombings, and in high-profile cases from Harold Shipman to Stephen Lawrence. Dr Shepherd has examined over 23,000 bodies in his working life and provides an incredible insight into the minds of serial killer through their horrific actions.

Get in touch on social media by searching for Crime+Investigation and using #MakingAMonster, and leave your thoughts in the review section of your podcast app.

Making a Monster: The Tapes features interviews recorded by Monster Films for the Crime+Investigation TV series, and was hosted by Cherry Healey, produced by Sam Pearson and Chloe Frost, with editing by Joel Porter.
 
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Dr Richard Shepherd’s career as one of the UK’s most distinguished forensic pathologists saw him involved in disasters from the Hungerford shootings to the Bali bombings, and in high-profile cases from Harold Shipman to Stephen Lawrence. Dr Shepherd has examined over 23,000 bodies in his working life and provides an incredible insight into the minds of serial killer through their horrific actions.

Get in touch on social media by searching for Crime+Investigation and using #MakingAMonster, and leave your thoughts in the review section of your podcast app.

Making a Monster: The Tapes features interviews recorded by Monster Films for the Crime+Investigation TV series, and was hosted by Cherry Healey, produced by Sam Pearson and Chloe Frost, with editing by Joel Porter.
 
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

12 min

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