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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
An Incident at Oak Beach: Ripperologists look at LISK
May 22nd, 2016
Duration: 01:51:13

Listen in as Robert Anderson presents Team Syphilis' examination of the Long Island Serial Killer case, followed by a 25 minute conversation about LISK with Prof. Charles Tumosa, a renowned forensic crime scene expert. Team Syphilis for this outing is Robert Anderson, Mark Ripper, Livia Trivia, Peter Whitby, Katja Nieder, Trevor Bond, Jon Lee Rees and Mike Flores. From Baltimore's 2016 Rippercon: Jack the Ripper and True Crime Conference.

The slide show that accompanied Team Syph's talk can be downloaded here

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