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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
The Final Cut- The Whitechapel Murders in Radio, Film and Television
February 24th, 2008
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The Final Cut- The Whitechapel Murders in Radio, Film and Television This episode covers the highlights and low-lights of 100 years worth of Whitechapel murder depictions in the popular mediums of Film, Radio and Television. Special guest, aspiring filmmaker Justin Dombrowski discusses with us Jack the Ripper portrayals of the past, and what the future may hold for utilizing the Whitechapel murders as the subject matter for popular entertainment.

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