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- Season 1 Episode 3: Autopsy: Anna Nicole Smith's Last Hours
Forensic pathologist Dr Richard Shepherd investigates the death of the model and actress, who died in February 2007 at the age of 39 from a drug overdose. The evidence revealed by her autopsy bears testimony to the addictions and behaviour that blighted her life, while also shedding light on the unusual cause of a mystery infection that contributed to her death and uncovering a previously undiagnosed condition that could explain many of the tragic events of her life
- Season 1 Episode 2: Autopsy: Whitney Houston's Last Hours
Dr Richard Shepherd investigates the death of singer and actress Whitney Houston in February 2012, with the post-mortem revealing in detail the liver and heart disease, caused by alcohol abuse and smoking, and the perforated septum, the result of snorting cocaine. The programme also uncovers the cocktail of drugs that contributed to the star's death and offers an insight into the final minutes of Houston's life and the desperate battle to save her
- Season 1 Episode 1: Autopsy: Michael Jackson's Last Hours
Forensic pathologist Dr Richard Shepherd separates fact from fiction as he investigates the cases of celebrities who died unexpectedly, beginning with pop superstar Michael Jackson, who left $400million in debts after his sudden death at 50 in 2009. The post-mortem reveals a severely ill man, plagued by complications from his many plastic surgeries, suffering from two rare skin conditions and riddled with arthritis. Jackson also had a bewildering number of drugs coursing through his system, bearing witness to a number of addictions that had spiralled out of control
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