Law and crime, Death and bereavement, General non-fiction, True crime
Synthetic audio, Automated braille
In this updated edition, a psychologist offers an unbiased look inside Ohio&’s death row and the personal perspectives of inmates facing execution. In Watch Me Die, Dr. Bill Kimberlin explores the grim realities of death row in Ohio and across… America. He spends time interviewing inmates and eating meals with them. In some cases, he is the last person to speak with them before they die. From the moment they are placed on suicide watch until the moment they are executed, Kimberlin follows their twisted and complex journey through the execution process. Through open and intimate conversation, Kimberlin earns the trust of many high-level and violent offenders. He shares their unfiltered thoughts and feelings as revealed to him through their writings, their artwork, and their own words. He also shares his own fears and concerns as he shares space with unconstrained individuals who have taken countless lives. This newly revised edition includes a &“Where Are They Now?&” section, updating the reader on which inmates have faced their execution, which inmates are still counting their days, and who else has asked Kimberlin to watch them die.