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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Oh, Dear Boss- So you want to be a rock and roll star?
June 16th, 2019
Duration: 01:03:36

With the publication of 'Jack and the Thames Torso Murders: A New Ripper?' by Drew Gray and Andrew Wise as a backdrop, author Tom Wescott talks about the pleasures and the perils of writing Jack the Ripper books in the current age of internet message boards critiques, and offers advice to aspiring Ripperology authors.

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