London: Henry VIII, who got two of his wives beheaded, was a psychopath, a study of some of the most successful people in British history has found.Professor Kevin Dutton, honorary affiliated member of the Calleva Research Centre for Evolution and Human Sciences, Magdalen College, University of Oxford, assessed ten people, who are widely regarded as among Britain`s greatest, to determine how psychopathic they were.His study found that Henry VIII could be classed in the same category as dangerous criminals such as Ian Brady or other serial killers.
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