A FORENSIC pathologist who worked on the Princess Diana inquiry, 9/11 and the Hungerford Massacre is coming to Dorset next month.

On October 6 Dr Richard Shepherd will be hosting a theatre event at the Lighthouse in Poole.

Dr Shepherd, known for his work on the TV series Autopsy: The Last Hours Of, the death detective and murder, mystery and my family, will tell stories of cases and bodies which have both fascinated and haunted him from across his career.

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The forensic expert has performed more than 23,000 autopsies helping solve the mysteries of countless sudden and unexplained deaths.

On the night Dr Shepherd will explain his admiration for the complexities of the human body and how he’s lived his life surrounded by death.

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As well as potentially inviting audience members on stage to help him solve a real-life crime scene mystery at some venues.

Tickets and further information can be found via the Lighthouse's website or Dr Shepherd’s own online site.