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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
2022 East End Conference: Steve Blomer- A Question of Time
June 4th, 2022
Duration: 00:37:22

Steve Blomer is the author of "Inside Bucks Row", the first volume of a planned six book series and has had articles published in 'Ripperologist' magazine and the Journal of the Whitechapel Society. He presented a talk on the Seaside Home Witness at the 2021 Casebook: Jack the Ripper online conference. Steve’s talk takes a look at the reliability of the timings given in police and witness reports for the Whitechapel murders and is entitled A Question of Time.

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