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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
10 Weeks In Whitechapel- Week 4: The Double Event- 'You Would Say Anything But Your Prayers' -30th September, 1888
June 10th, 2017
Duration: 00:39:15

Rippercast is proud to present the fourth part of a ten part audio series based on the blog 'Ten Weeks in Whitechapel' by Karl Coppack.

Week Four: The Double Event- 'You Would Say Anything But Your Prayers' - 30th September, 1888

Music and artwork by Andrew Firth

www.tenweeksinwhitechapel.wordpress.com

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