Death Angel

Death Angel

Book - 2005
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HOSPITAL HORRORGaunt and ghostlike, Charles Cullen was a lifelong misfit who quietly became one of the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history. Over the course of sixteen years, he walked the hallways of hospitals and nursing homes in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, where he worked as a nurse, 'ministering' to the elderly and other gravely ill patients in critical care units. The self-appointed grim reaper played a cruel game, deciding which of his charges should die...and snuffing out their lives with fatal drug overdoses.NIGHTMARE NURSECullen specialized in nighttime assignments to ICU wards that he used as his own personal hunting grounds. He was one of a sinister breed of health care professionals who murder their patients: a Death Angel. He confessed to killing as many as 40 patients from 1988 to 2003.DEATH ANGELS AMONG USNow, bestselling true crime writer Clifford L. Linedecker and Zach Martin, a popular radio personality whose mother was Cullen's first known victim at New Jersey's Somerset Medical Center, tell the chilling story of a diabolical serial murderer who used his medical skills not to cure, but to kill the most vulnerable of victims. Be warned: Charles Cullen is neither the first nor the last such Death Angel--and any one of us could be next . . .16 Pages Of Shocking Photos
Publisher: New York : Kensington, 2005.
ISBN: 9780786017478
Branch Call Number: 364.152309748 LIN
Characteristics: 351 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 18 cm
Additional Contributors: Martin, Zach T.


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