6 edition of Travels with Doctor Death found in the catalog.
Travels with Doctor Death
January 1, 1991
by Penguin (Non-Classics)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||482|
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Rosenbaum's title tale tells of his accompanying Dr. James Grigson, a forensic psychiatrist known in the Texas courts as ""Dr. Death,"" on a two-day round of appearances in three murder trials where his testimony gives the jury the right to exercise the death.
In "Travels with Dr. Death", Ron Rosenbaum profiles legendary Texas forensic psychiatrist James Grigson, who, as of this reporting, had testified in court against murderers.
Acting on his advice, and his weird, unproven theories, juries had sentenced of them to death, leading some opponents to call Grigson the "hanging shrink".
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