Informal letter


Manchester, Green town 233 Street

Dear Tom,

I havent see you for a long time, how are are you? Because Im fine. I have do a lot of things this month, in school Im in the soccer team and in the chess club. I have do a lot of friends, people is so nice with me. And the other day I made a party at my home it was so cool, I enjoy to much that day. But school is another thing, its to hard! I have a lot of classes and teachers, and Im trying to learn Spanish, its to difficult but Im studying a lot. Next week Im going to Chile to see the American Cup in Chile. Its too far of Manchester but its going to be fun to see messi. I have another ticket if you want to go with me, it will be fun. I have to go now, Im going to a pool with my friends, I will go to London soon my friend fancying to see you goodbye.

Say hello to your dads


There I am with my new friend Cooper.


Harold Shipman’s Case

Type of crime: Murder
Criminal: Harold Shipman
Detective in charge: John Grismour
Victims: 15 confirmed, 215-300 possibly
Motif: When he was young her mother died, and then he became obsessed with controlling life and death so he killed his patients
Dates of crimes: Between 1976-1998
Place: Abraham Ormerod Centre in Todmorden
Trial and Sentencing: He’s trial begun on 1999 he was charged with the woman that die between 1995-1998, he got life imprisionment plus for years for forgery.

Criminals Biography
Birth: 14 January 1946, In Nottingham England.
Family Information: He as married and had four kids
Occupation: Doctor
Turning Ponits in his life: He’s mother died when he was young. He’s first victim was a child, then he started killing for the pleasure.
Traces or signature they left at crime scenes: He started injecting to healthy women’s.
How they were Caught: A daughter of one of his victims suspected of him so he called the police. The police examinated the body of the victim and they found morphine that the doctor infected.
Conviction and Death: He committed suicide in prison.
Physical Description: A tall old men with blue eyes and a white bearb with glasses.
Psychological Description: He’s mad, and obsessed with controlling death and life because of that he is a doctor.

Detective’s Biography:

Birth and Place: 10th of July in Manchester, England
Traces they found at crime scenes: Many women were being cremated at a short period of time
How they caught the criminal: The daughter of a victim suspected of Harold Shipman because her mother’s last will was to leave a lot of money to him. So she called the police and they found diamorphine on the victim’s body.

Dialogue Creation

Setting: 1998, in Wakefield Prison, in an interrogation room
Characters: Harold Shipman and John Grismour
Plot: An interrogation about Shipman’s case.
Characterization: Matias Prieto as Harold Shipman, Maximiliano García as Detective John Grismour
Special effects: Changing scenes
Music: Candyman’s theme, Outlast menu theme


In a room of the police station, is sitting Harold Shipman. Then the dtective Grismour enters and sit infront of him.

J:Hello Doctor, I need to you answer some questions, I will record this conversation so talk loud and clear

H:Hello Detective and yes of course

J:For the record please tell us who you are

H:of course my name is Harold Shipman

J:And whats your job?

H:Im a doctor

J:Where do you work?

H:On the Abraham Ormerod Centre in Todmorden

J:Do you know ultimatly there have been a lot of cremations there?

H: Yes Im aware of that sr

J: Im going to show you some pictures, tell me if you recognize this bodys.

H: Yes sr

J:(He take some photos of a folder and show to harold)

H:(Looking at the photos) Yes, Yes, Yes and Yes… Unfurtunally all of them die

J:Do you have anything about of their deaths?

H: No sr. I will never killed a human being!

J: I never say you kill them. Do you know some information for us?

H: No Sr. they were all old womens, their deaths was because god want to

J: Did you know that in one of the body of your  last patient we found Diamorphine?

H: I did insect morphine to my patients, but only for their pain

J: Lethal doses…

H: I think you are confused with another person, I haven’t  killed anyone

J: Harold lets move on… can you talk to me about your mother?

H: she died when I was seventeen, there`s no much to say

J: How you feel when she died?

H: I was sad but I move on

J: I understand you where very close to her

H: Yes Thats true

J: And after that you started studying to be a doctor

H: Yes… Sr

J: Okay Harold, duo you know, do you know that you are accused of murder?

H: I do, but you can’t trust these people, all they say is non-sense

J: Did you know that your last patient left your Inheritance?

H: Well… Maybe she didn’t have any family

J: She had a daughter

H: Well, how am I supposed to know what people wants?

J: Harold I need you to understand that this situation is very weird

H: Well detective I don’t know, she wrote that, I can’t write for her

J:  Well the police found a writing machine that you used to forge

H: Im shocked detective, I haven’t done anything of that

J: Ok Doctor you may go, I have everything I need