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Autopsy: The Last Hours Of… is a documentary 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.
Steve McQueen was a legendary actor probably best known for his roles in "The Great Escape,'' "The Magnificent Seven'' and "Bullitt'' but in 1980 he passed away amid rumors and allegations.
World-renowned forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter investigates the last hours of Nirvana's lead singer, Kurt Cobain.
Bob Marley was a musical revolutionary who brought reggae to the world stage but widespread disbelief at his death meant conspiracy theories about a possible assassination quickly circulated.
Dennis Wilson was the drummer for the Beach Boys, who along with his good looks, adrenaline junkie attitude and musical prowess made him one of the great heart throbs of rock and roll, but the mystery of his drowning death warrants another look.
Richard Pryor's shockingly honest, no holds barred performances revolutionised American comedy. And his no holds barred attitude continued off screen with his monstrous appetite for drink, drugs and sex. But during the last part of his life Pryor was struck down with a debilitating illness which left him paralysed and unable to speak. Then, on December 10th, 2005, Richard Pryor dies from a cardiac arrest. But what killed him? Was it his wild past catching up with him? His debilitating illness? Or something else all together? Forensic Pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter will be examining Richard's medical records to determine precisely was caused the death of this much loved comedian.
An in-depth look at the details surrounding the shocking death of legendary singer/songwriter John Denver.
Prince, the pop superstar who sold over 100 million records over a 30 year career, was fit, health-conscious, and vehemently anti-drugs, and yet, on April 21, 2016, Prince died, shockingly, of a drug overdose; the case is still under investigation.
Daughter of Nat 'King' Cole, Natalie Cole was a unique singing legend but in 2008 her dark past caught up with her and set off an extraordinary chain reaction of medical conditions.
Best known for his roles in "Dirty Dancing'' and "Ghost,'' Patrick Swayze was a legendary actor, dancer and singer but he died at 57 years old in 2009 from cancer.
Steve Jobs was a visionary product designer who revolutionized the computer world with much-loved products like the iPod, iPhone and iPad, but in 2011 he died of a treatable cancer.
Bernie Mac was one of the best-loved stand-up comics of his generation and along with working his way out of poverty, he spent 12 years performing in Chicago clubs before hitting the big time; in 2008 he died at the age of 50.
Gary Coleman soared to success in the hit 80's TV show, "Diff'rent Strokes,'' but at the height of his fame he was plagued by health problems and when his career stalled he hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Janis Joplin, a rock-and-roll icon whose explosive performances electrified audiences around the world, dies alone in her Los Angeles hotel on October 4, 1970, at the age of 27.
Judy Garland was one of the world's most recognised talents and her legendary career in film and on stage spanned generations. As a child star she won millions of fans playing Dorothy in 'The Wizard of Oz' and she went on to pack movie theatres and concert halls with her extraordinary voice. But as well as being famous for her tremendous talent she was also known for her turbulent lifestyle and stormy love life. Not long after her wedding to fifth husband Mickey Deans, on June 22, 1969, she was discovered dead in her bathroom. Judy's sudden death sparked rumour and speculation and now Forensic Pathologist, Dr. Michael Hunter, examines her medical records to reveal exactly what caused the demise of this legendary Hollywood superstar.
Martial arts superstar, Bruce Lee died in Hong Kong in mysterious circumstances aged just 32. An inquest concluded that his death was caused by a hypersensitive reaction to a prescription painkiller given to him for a headache. For more than forty years controversy has surrounded this conclusion with numerous theories emerging as to what might have caused his death. Forensic Pathologist, Dr. Michael Hunter has gained access to Bruce Lee's autopsy and inquest report to dispel the rumors and reveal the real cause of Bruce Lee's death.
As the adorable Buffy in the hit 1960s sitcom Family Affair Anissa Jones was the most famous child star of her generation. But on August 28th 1976 she died at a friend's house in Oceanside, California. She was only 18 years old. A photograph taken at the beach the previous day showed her in good physical shape. World-renowned forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter investigates her life and last hours to solve the mystery of her sudden, tragic death.
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