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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
The Ripper in Ramsgate with Chris Scott
March 9th, 2009
Duration: 01:23:55

Author and researcher Chris Scott joins the show as the special guest to discuss his latest book 'The Ripper in Ramsgate: The Whitechapel Murderer and a Seaside Town'. Chris Scott describes Ramsgate, Kent and its connections to the Whitechapel Murders through a Lodger tale, Joseph Fleming, Aaron Kosminski and Walter Sickert. As well as covering these aspects of his book, Chris gives advice to researchers, and explains his approach to non-suspect based Ripperology. With Gareth Williams, Mike Covell, Ben Holme and Howard Brown. Thanet Books www.michaelsbookshop.com

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