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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
The Bank Holiday Murders: One on one with Tom Wescott
March 30th, 2014
Duration: 02:46:46

Rippercast welcomes researcher and author Tom Wescott to the show for an in depth discussion of his book 'The Bank Holiday Murders-The True Story of the First Whitechapel Murders'. He details his over-decade long history in researching the Whitechapel Murders; the books, authors and researchers who have most influenced him in his study of the case; and addresses what he believes is the current state of Ripperology and what we can look forward to from him as he continues to write about the personages who populated East London in 1888.

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