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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
The Medium is the Message: with Stephen P. Ryder
April 6th, 2008
Duration: 01:23:07

This episode welcomes special guest Stephen P. Ryder, the founder and editor of the research website Casebook: Jack the Ripper. Listen in as we hear about the history of the Casebook website, the press project, blog, and many other projects and contributions Stephen Ryder has made in the field of Ripperology and Victorian British history preservation. With Paul Begg and Andy Spallek.

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