Dr. Death

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Dr. Death may refer to:



  • Wouter Basson, South African cardiologist and former head of the country's secret chemical and biological warfare project known as Project Coast, during the Apartheid era
  • James Grigson, American psychiatrist who testified in more than 100 trials that resulted in death sentences
  • Aribert Heim, Austrian doctor and one of the world's most wanted Nazi war criminals
  • Jack Kevorkian, American physician who assisted terminally ill people to commit suicide during the 1990s
  • Josef Mengele, German doctor and also an infamous Nazi war criminal, also known as the "Angel of Death"
  • Philip Nitschke, Australian physician who campaigned for legal assisted suicide in the Northern Territory and subsequently assisted four people in doing so
  • Maxim Petrov, Russian doctor and serial killer
  • Pornthip Rojanasunand, Thai forensic pathologist
  • Harold Shipman, British general practitioner and most prolific serial killer in British history

Other people[edit]

  • Gerard Steenson, ex-leader of the IPLO organisation
  • "Dr. Death" Steve Williams, professional wrestler
  • Dave Fennell, Canadian football defensive lineman
  • Skip Thomas, Oakland Raiders Cornerback, member of the "Soul Patrol"
  • Eric Pianka, Professor of Biology at University of Texas at Austin known for his misreported advocacy of the killing of 90% of the human population with microbes
  • Evan Harris, British Liberal Democrat politician, referred to as Dr. Death for his views on abortion and euthanasia


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