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‘God Knows Where I Am’ documents how mental health system failed one woman

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Linda Bishop was a well-educated New Hampshire mother who suffered from severe bipolar disorder with psychosis. She was intermittently incarcerated and homeless, eventually spending almost four months in isolation, where she died. Linda’s sister, Joan Bishop, and daughter, Caitlin Murtagh, join TODAY’s Megyn Kelly to talk about their loved one’s painful journey, documented in the PBS documentary “God Knows Where I Am.”