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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Adam Wood: Dr. Thomas Bond and his Profile of Jack the Ripper
February 3rd, 2020
Duration: 00:28:22

We are pleased to bring to you author, researcher and publisher Adam Wood's talk from the Chamberlain Hotel on 2 February 2020:

Dr. Thomas Bond and his Profile of Jack the Ripper

This talk was presented as a portion of the official launch of Adam's eagerly anticipated book 'Swanson: The Life and Times of a Victorian Detective'.

You can order your copy now by visiting mangobooks.co.uk

Thank you to Adam Wood and Mark Ripper for making the release of this recording possible.

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