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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Casebook: Classic Crime Symposium-Neil Bell
December 27th, 2015
Duration: 00:49:14

Neil Bell's ' Bluebottles & Tecs: Life as a policeman in H Division' was the third talk at the Casebook: Classic Crime Symposium that took place at the Chamberlin Hotel in London on Saturday, December 5th 2015. This event was organized by Frogg Moody and Time Zone Publishing's Casebook: Classic Crime in conjunction with the Whitechapel Society. All four talks will be presented in their entirety and uncut, and the accompanying slide presentations will be made available for download on the individual presentation's podcast page at Casebook.org. Download the slide presentation that accompanied this talk here

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