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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Jack in the Docks
July 7th, 2008
Duration: 01:23:46

This episode is a discussion of the 'Jack the Ripper and the East End' exhibition that was held at the Museum in the Docklands, London, from 15 May thru 2 November 2008. Special guests joining this episode are authors Jana Oliver, Philip Hutchinson and John Bennett. Hear their reviews and impressions of the exhibit as well as the coinciding lectures being hosted by the Docklands. Co-hosting this episode are Ally Ryder, Paul Begg, Mike Covell and Jonathan Menges

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