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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Whitechapel Society presents The Houndsditch Murders with Peter Clarke and Sue Parry
February 14th, 2021
Duration: 01:24:59

We are pleased to bring to you the February 2021 meeting of The Whitechapel Society:

The Houndsditch Murders

Former City of London Police officer, historian and tour guide Peter Clarke presents a detailed overview of the Houndsditch Murders and the Siege of Sidney Street

Followed by Sue Parry sharing with us an incredible scrapbook belonging to the family of wounded Officer William Bryant, full of letters, cards and memorabilia relating to his involvement in the tragic incident.

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