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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Rippercast Reviews 'The Five' by Hallie Rubenhold
March 5th, 2019
Duration: 1:50:51

Listen in as Rippercast reviews the book 'The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper' by Hallie Rubenhold

A roundtable discussion with:

Debra Arif: a researcher and the co-editor with Paul Begg and Sean Crundall of the New Jack the Ripper A-Z, and amongst her numerous finds was the discovery of Catherine Eddowes fourth child Frederick.

Paul Begg:, the author of Jack the Ripper: The Facts, the Definitive History, co-author with John Bennett of The Forgotten Victims, CSI Whitechapel and the Complete and Essential Jack the Ripper as well as being the long time editor of the Jack the Ripper A-Z.

Amanda Lloyd: an avid reader and collector of Ripper related books and is the admin of the only online Facebook group for Ripper book collectors Ripperology Books and more

Robert McLaughlin: a researcher as well as the author of the highly acclaimed and sought after The First Jack the Ripper Victim Photographs

Jon Rees: a lecturer and frequent contributor to Ripperologist Magazine

Mark Ripper: under the name MW Oldridge is the co-author of the A-Z of Victorian Crime, the author of Murder and Crime:Whitechapel and District, The Moat Farm Mystery and is the Editor of the Notable British Trials Series volume on the Trial of Israel Lipski.

Hosted by Jonathan Menges


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