Where is Amy Loughren now? How 'the good nurse' helped take down serial killer Charles Cullen
DELAND, FLORIDA: The true-crime show 'The Good Nurse' was released on Netflix on October 26. It is based on the story of how the nurse Amy Loughren found out her co-worker Charles Cullen was the serial killer of a patient that died of mysterious deaths due to medical errors. She was also the one who helped investigate and catch the person behind the murders who she also considered her close friend.
So where is Amy now? She shares how she has been working towards healing from all the trauma that was caused and how she has been spending her days traveling and going on adventures. She has learned a lot of different art forms that help heal an individual and has worked with the producers of the show 'The Good Nurse'.
According to Loughren's Twitter bio, she has been living in DeLand, Florida, and on her website, she has shared her journey 'From Murder To Spiritual Healing'. As Pop Sugar reports, Amy is a "Reiki Master, a Hypnotherapist, NLP Practitioner, Meditation Instructor, DreamSculptor Practitioner, Reconnective Healer, Integrative Energy Healer, Past Life Regressionist, Crystal Language Reader, Medical Intuitive" and an amateur activist. She also talks about her entire journey to spirituality on her own website Amy The Good Nurse.
She shared about the production of the show and working with Glamour as she said, "Eddie and I talked a lot about who the real Charlie was. I didn’t know the serial killer, I met that person only a few times. The real Charles Cullen was a different person. Eddie took notes from my description of him, and I watched him take those notes and put those into his craft and artistry to become Charles."
Loughren was a single mother who worked at Somerset Medical Center in Somerville, New Jersey as a nurse where she met her co-worker Charles Cullen. Her health conditions as she suffered from cardiomyopathy and the fact that she has been leading an exhausting life made her vulnerable around the people near her and that was what lead to her bonding with Charles Cullen, she told Vanity Fair.
According to the New York Post after finding out about the combination of "unusual" drugs being used by Cullen, Loughren's suspicions rose as she closely examined the patient records handled by Cullen through the database of the medical center. As the medical center launched its own investigation into the death patterns of the patients, Amy actively helped the detectives get a confession out of Charles Cullen.
And that was how the story of 'The Good Nurse' came into being.