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1. This doctor was hanged on November 23, 1910 in London after having been convicted of murdering and filleting his wife, Belle Elmore. He goes down in history as the first criminal ever captured by the use of wireless communication. What is the name of this deadly doctor?
2. This doctor was convicted of fifteen murders on January 31, 2000 in Manchester, England. He was sentenced to life in prison and hanged himself in his prison cell on the eve of his 58th birthday. What is the name of this dangerous and deadly doctor?
3. This military doctor at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, was convicted of killing his wife and children in February 1970, not long after the Manson murders in California. He claimed that a group of hippies had broken into his house and killed his family. What is the name of this devious and deadly doctor?
4. This doctor built a hotel in Chicago for the 1893 World's Fair. Although it contained shops on the first floor, other floors contained windowless rooms, stairways to nowhere, and oddly angled hallways. He later confessed to 27 murders, of which nine were confirmed. Most of them took place in his hotel during the World's Fair. What is the name of the demented and deadly doctor?
5. This doctor was a Nazi and a physician in the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. One of his duties was to choose who would die, who would become a forced laborer, and who would be the subject of human experimentation. When visiting the children he intended to use in his experiments, he gave them candy and told them to call him "Uncle". He was known as "The Angel of Death". What is the name of this deadly doctor?
6. This doctor was convicted in 2000 of having killed three patients at a veteran's hospital in New York. He was also convicted of having killed another patient in Ohio. He had before this pleaded guilty to fraud.
As a medical student he signed up to drive an ambulance because he loved the blood, gore, and chaos. He is suspected of once having brought poisoned doughnuts to his co-workers. What is the name of this dangerous and deadly doctor?
7. This doctor was born in Scotland in 1850. He was a poisoner who escaped to the United States after a woman with whom he had had an affair was found pregnant and dead from chloroform in Edinburgh in 1879. His proven victims were in the US and in England. In 1891 he returned to England and settled in Lambeth where he poisoned at least two prostitutes. He was convicted and hanged at Newgate prison. What is the name of this deadly doctor?
8. This doctor was found guilty as one of the conspirators in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. He missed being hanged with the other defendants by one vote. He was imprisoned at Fort Jefferson in the Dry Tortugas. What is the name of this doctor?
9. This doctor was convicted of the 1954 murder of his wife. His case was very high profile and has been compared to the OJ Simpson case in its carnival atmosphere. The crime scene was extremely bloody and the doctor had only one small spot of blood on him. Two witnesses said that they had seen a bushy-haired man near the home on the day of the murder. The doctor served 10 years of a life sentence. In 1964 the state of Ohio was ordered to either give him a new trial or release him. What is the name of this deadly doctor?
10. This doctor is a plastic surgeon who was convicted in 2000 for the 1985 death of his wife. He was a licensed pilot who took a two-hour flight over the Atlantic Ocean on the day that his wife went missing. It is believed that he killed his wife and threw her dismembered body into the Atlantic Ocean. Her body has never been found. This case was covered on the TV show "Dominick Dunne: Power, Privilege, and Justice", and also was the basis of an episode of "Law and Order: Criminal Intent". What is the name of this deadly doctor?
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