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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Casebook: Classic Crime Symposium-Jon Lee Rees
December 17th, 2015
Duration: 00:46:13

We are very pleased to be able to bring to you the audio recordings of the Casebook: Classic Crime Symposium that took place at the Chamberlin Hotel in London on Saturday, December 5th 2015. This event was organized by Frogg Moody and Time Zone Publishing's Casebook: Classic Crime in conjunction with the Whitechapel Society with Philip Hutchinson as the emcee.

The first speaker at the event was Jon Lee Rees, whose talk 'In a Nutshell' A Close Look at the Life's Work of Frances Glessner Lee' examines the crime scene dioramas of this groundbreaking criminal investigator.

Jon's slide presentation can be downloaded here.

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