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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Pupils of the Abyss: With Prof. Lavaughn Towell
June 8th, 2008
Duration: 01:17:49

Rippercast welcomes Professor Lavaughn Towell from the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma, to discuss his Seminar class on Jack the Ripper's London. Listen in as Paul Begg, Robert McLaughlin and Jonathan Menges talk with Prof. Towell about conducting a class on the Whitechapel murders in an American University, related aspects of the Victoria period that interest him, as well as other criminal cases and their lasting legacies in both the UK and the USA

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