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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Whitechapel Society 1888 presents Mock Trials and Retrials with George Fleming
October 9th, 2017
Duration: 01:37:01

Rippercast continues its partnership with the Whitechapel Society 1888 by bringing to you the October 2017 guest speaker George Fleming.

Mr. Fleming gives a fascinating presentation on how mock trials and retrials aid in educating the public about historical events and infamous criminal cases. The cases covered in his talk include the 'Jack the Ripper' murders, the 1908 trial of Flora Haskell for the slaying of her son, and the guilt or innocence of H.H. Crippen.

www.whitechapelsociety.com

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