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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
18882016-John Malcolm: Sir Robert's Revelation-A Definitely Ascertained Fact or Another Dead End?
November 15th, 2016
Duration: 00:54:41

Rippercast is pleased to bring to you author John Malcolm's talk from the 18882016 gathering at the White Hart Pub in the East End of London, 5 & 6 November, 2016. His presentation is entitled 'Sir Robert's Revelation: A Definitely Ascertained Fact or Another Dead End?' Mr. Malcolm examines the history of Sir Robert Anderson's numerous comments that the identity of Jack the Ripper was known, that he was a Polish Jew, and caged in an asylum.

The Whitechapel Murders of 1888: A Subjective Look into the Mystery and Manipulation of a Victorian Tragedy can be read in it's entirety here

A PDF version of the slideshow can be downloaded here.

Episode artwork by Andrew Firth

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