Episode: “Killer Caregiver” - Beverley Allitt


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“Killer Caregiver” - Beverley Allitt

A sweet and loving pediatric nurse was secretly torturing and murdering children at a England hospital in in the early 1990s. We’ll explore Beverley Allitt’s turbulent childhood, mental illness and what caused her turn into such a violent monster. 

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