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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Long Island Serial Killer: The Shannan Gilbert Autopsy Report
August 21st, 2016
Duration: 02:02:40

Rippercast welcomes researcher Robert Anderson to further discuss the Long Island Serial Killer case, this time bringing to our listeners new information that is contained in as-yet unreleased Suffolk County Medical Examiner's report on the death of Shannan Gilbert. As an added bonus following the main one-on-one interview we include another conversation Mr. Anderson was able to have with Forensic Crime Scene expert Dr. Charles Tumosa.

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