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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Who Is He? What Is He? Where Is He? A Suspectology Roundtable
February 3rd, 2024
Duration: 01:26:33

Jonathan Menges and Ally Ryder host a roundtable discussion on Suspectology with Christer Holmgren, author of Cutting Point, Mick Priestley, author of One Autumn in Whitechapel, Tracy I'anson, author of Jacob the Ripper, Tom Wescott, author of The Bank Holiday Murders and Ripper Confidential, and Steve Blomer, author of Inside Bucks Row.

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