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'''Dr. Watkins''' was a [[Toronto]] doctor who was notorious for mis-diagnosis. Watkins was the doctor called to the [[Grand Theatre]] when [[Virgil Smart]] died. In fact, Smart's body had been switched with [[Edward Green]]'s. Green had been strangled but Dr. Watkins concluded that the victim had died of a heart attack.
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'''Dr. Watkins''' was a [[Toronto]] doctor who was notorious for mis-diagnosis in [[Season 1 Episodes and Guides|Season 1]] of ''[[Murdoch Mysteries (overview)|Murdoch Mysteries]]''.
   
Dr. [[Julia Ogden]] told Detective [[William Murdoch]] about the mis-diagnosis. She also told Murdoch that Dr. Watkins had died (sometime between May 1892 and 1895).
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*Watkins was the doctor called to the [[Grand Theatre]] when [[Virgil Smart]] died. In fact, Smart's body had been switched with [[Edward Green]]'s. Green had been strangled but Dr. Watkins concluded that the victim had died of a heart attack.
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*Dr. [[Julia Ogden]] told Detective [[William Murdoch]] about the mis-diagnosis. She also told Murdoch that Dr. Watkins had died (sometime between May 1892 and 1895).
 
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Revision as of 12:42, April 5, 2019

Dr. Watkins
Man
Mentioned Body Double
Gender Male
Status Deceased
Job Doctor

Dr. Watkins was a Toronto doctor who was notorious for mis-diagnosis in Season 1 of Murdoch Mysteries.

Appearances and Mentions

Body Double (Mention)

  • Watkins was the doctor called to the Grand Theatre when Virgil Smart died. In fact, Smart's body had been switched with Edward Green's. Green had been strangled but Dr. Watkins concluded that the victim had died of a heart attack.
  • Dr. Julia Ogden told Detective William Murdoch about the mis-diagnosis. She also told Murdoch that Dr. Watkins had died (sometime between May 1892 and 1895).
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