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From "Capturing the Killer Nurse" to "The Good Nurse," here's the true story of Charles Cullen

Conniving medical professionals continue to be popular subjects in recent entertainment. Last year, Dr. Christopher Duntsch, the former neurosurgeon who severely maimed — and, in two cases, killed — his patients, received the onscreen treatment with Peacock's crime television series "Dr. Death." Following in his footsteps is Dr. Paolo Macchiarini, the so-called "Miracle Man" whose innovative surgical techniques actually contributed to a slew of botched and fatal procedures.
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‘The Good Nurse’ Amy Loughren Speaks About Persuading Charles Cullen to Confess

Amy Loughren worked alongside Charles Cullen for a year and a half at a New Jersey hospital. She never suspected anything until police confidentially showed her evidence that he was injecting patients with lethal doses of drugs. They suspected Cullen's murderous crime spree began in the late 1980s. Investigators asked Loughren to use her friendship with Cullen to get him to confess. Now, Netflix has turned her story into a movie called "The Good Nurse."

'The Good Nurse' Amy Loughren on Stopping Serial Killer Colleague Charles Cullen

The brave nurse who stopped the maniac who may have been America’s most prolific serial killer is speaking about the actions she took to bring her former colleague to justice. Amy Loughren worked with Charles Cullen for a year and a half at a hospital in New Jersey. They...

Why Did Charles Cullen From The Good Nurse Donate His Kidney?

Content warning: This article contains references to murder some may find upsetting. There are also spoilers for Netflix's The Good Nurse. Reader discretion is advised. For 16 years, the Angel of Death, Charles Cullen, killed between 30 to 40 unsuspecting patients while working as a nurse in multiple facilities across New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Netflix depicted Cullen's murderous spree in the new true crime movie The Good Nurse. Cullen avoided the death penalty by admitting to killing up to 29 patients between 1988 and 2003. He was imprisoned for two years before he was convicted in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and officially sentenced in 2006 to 11 life terms. Tension mounted as Cullen revealed he wanted to exercise the right to miss his sentencing, where families of his victims would be able to address him for the first time. That all changed when the serial killer, whom some investigators believe could have killed up to 300 people, was asked to donate his kidney. Read ahead for everything we know about why Charles Cullen donated his kidney.

The Real Story Behind Charles Cullen From 'The Good Nurse'

The new Netflix film, The Good Nurse, is based on the 2013 true-crime book The Good Nurse: A True Story of Medicine, Madness, and Murder by Charles Graeber, which follows the crimes of Charles Cullen, a real-life serial killer who is believed to have killed nearly 400 people during his 16-year stint as a nurse. While Charles Cullen remained the center of fascination as a character shrouded in mystery from the beginning, a large part of director Tobias Lindholm's focus rests on the journey of Amy Loughren (Jessica Chastain) who developed a close bond with Eddie Redmayne's Charles. Although Amy falls for the facade of an earnest and compassionate nurse created by Charles Cullen at first, with time she realizes that an evil beyond her imagination resides behind her dear colleague's friendly demeanor.

Where Is Charles Cullen Now? Here’s if the Real ‘Good Nurse’ Murderer Is Still in Jail After He Killed More Than 20 Patients

If you’ve watched The Good Nurse, you may have questions about where Charles Cullen is now and if he’s still in jail after he was convicted of murdering dozens of his patients. Cullen, who has been nicknamed the “Angel of Death,” is a registered nurse and serial killer who was convicted in 2004 of murdering at least 29 patients throughout his medical career, which spanned 16 years and nine hospitals. Though only 29 murders could be confirmed, Cullen has confessed to killing as many as 40 patients. Law enforcement officials believe the real number of his victims could be closer to...
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All the key details Netflix missed out about Charles Cullen in The Good Nurse

The Good Nurse is Netflix’s latest true crime movie and it tells the story of serial killer Charles Cullen, who admitted to killing 29 of his patients, and how his friend aided the police is putting Cullen behind bars. The movie stars Eddie Redmayne as Charles Cullen and Jessica Chastain as Amy Loughren, the “good nurse” who helped the police in their investigation of the serial killer. Majority of the movie is told from the perspective of Amy Loughren and as such there are a lot of details and moments that are missing from the Netflix movie. Here are all the parts that have been missed out of The Good Nurse:

Charles Cullen

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Netflix’s ‘The Good Nurse’ coming in 2022. Lehigh Valley killer Charles Cullen subject of film.

Perhaps the Lehigh Valley’s most notorious killer is getting the Netflix treatment. Given society’s true crime obsession, it’s less surprising that Charles Cullen is the subject of a film and more surprising that it took this long. “The Good Nurse,” sharing a title with the 2013 book on which it’s based, is scheduled for release sometime in 2022, as announced on Thursday in a string of tweets from Netflix about its original movie slate for the year. A release date has not yet been announced by the streaming titan.