REVIEW: Inside Broadmoor

REVIEW: inside broadmoor

Since opening as an asylum for the criminally insane in 1863 it has housed the perpetrators of many of the most shocking crimes in history.

The truth about what goes on behind the Victorian walls of the high security hospital has largely remained a mystery, but now with unprecedented access tv and cultural historian they paint a picture of life at broadmoor.

This book was very slow, but very informative… if you are interested specifically in prisons and the minds of people who have committed such terrible crimes then this is a book for you … otherwise I would probably give it a miss .. it’s not much of a book that keeps you hooked.

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