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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
2008: Year In Review
January 3rd, 2009
Duration: 00:59:15

This episode reviews the literature, photographic finds and other happenings that made 2008 an exciting year in Ripperology. Listen in as Howard Brown from www.jtrforums.com, Mike Covell, Ben Holme and Gareth Williams join Jonathan Menges for this special 'Year in Review' episode of the Jack the Ripper podcast.

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