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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Whitechapel Society 1888 presents David Bullock and The Man Who Would Be Jack
February 5th, 2018
Duration: 01:02:56

Rippercast is pleased to bring to you the guest speaker for the February 2018 meeting of the Whitechapel Society- David Bullock, the author of 'The Man Who Would Be Jack'. Mr. Bullock's book focuses on the suspect Thomas Cutbush who was named as Jack the Ripper by the Sun newspaper in 1894 which led Melville Macnaghten to pen a memoranda disputing the accusation.

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