Autopsy: The Last Hours Of…
A society podcast from PodcastOne
Autopsy: The Last Hours Of… is a series that reveals the truth behind the controversial deaths of global icons and people whose untimely deaths were surrounded by scandal and intense media attention. Fact and fiction are forever separated through reconstructions of their final hours using crucial medical evidence from the actual autopsies to explain how and why they died while interviews with friends and family shed light on the events that led to death—finally putting an end to the speculation. Hosted by Dr. Michael Hunter.
This podcast may use tracking and attribution, dynamic content insertion and is insecure
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