“I know how the living send out signals which are designed to appeal to our hearts. But the dead can only tell the unadorned truth. I listen to their stories.”
Dr Richard Shepherd, one of the world’s most sought-after forensic pathologists, will return to theatres this autumn with Unnatural Causes. A regular on TV, Dr Richard Shepherd will also be back on our screens this autumn in The Truth About My Murder, a new true crime original from CBS Reality from 21 September.
As one of the UK’s most distinguished pathologists Dr Richard Shepherd has worked on some of the most high-profile cases of recent times including the Princess Diana Inquiry, 9/11 and the Hungerford Massacre.
During his career Dr Richard Shepherd has performed more than 23,000 autopsies and is a detective in his own right, solving the mysteries of countless sudden and unexplained deaths. He has faced serial killers, natural disasters, perfect murders, and freak accidents. His evidence has put killers behind bars, freed the innocent and turned open-and-shut cases on their heads. Yet all this has come at huge personal cost.
Unnatural Causes will see Dr Richard Shepherd tell the stories of the cases and bodies that have both fascinated and haunted him the most, explain his admiration for the complexities of the human body and how he’s lived a life steeped in death. Audiences will have the chance to take part in solving a real-life crime scene mystery when Dr Shepherd invites them to get involved.
Join him for what will be an utterly fascinating and enthralling evening.
Running Time: 2 hours 20 min (approx. including an interval)
Age guidance: 16+
*Prices include a £1 booking fee. Where applicable, a £1 charge for postage will also be payable.
Boxes are available to book by calling the Box Office on 0113 243 0808.
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