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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Is Francis Thompson Jack the Ripper? One on one with Richard Patterson
November 15th, 2015
Duration: 01:04:40

Episode 68 is a one-on-one conversation with author Richard Patterson about the Jack the Ripper suspect candidacy of the late 19th century poet Francis Thompson. Thompson lived in the rough in the East End of London during the Autumn of Terror on a quest to find the prostitute who had left him, and carried with him a surgeon's knife. Hosted by Jonathan Menges

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