The series begins by examining the case of Allitt, a nurse on the children's ward of a hospital in Lincolnshire. She poisoned a string of young patients under her care over the course of 59 days in ...
A critical look into some true crime cases where American law enforcement made up for lack of actual physical evidence by using devious psychological tactics during interrogation in order to extract confessions from naive suspects.
Series 1: In June 1985 Carole Packman, a wife and mother mysteriously disappeared and has never been seen since. Her husband Russell Causley is now serving a life sentence for her murder, ... See full summary »
While very interesting and informative, the series suffers from not enough footage. The same scenes - even dramatic reconstructions - are being repeated five and more times throughout the episode, with some scenes taken from previous episodes. As a result - each episode feels like dragging on and if we cut out all repetitions, it would shrink to 15 minutes.
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