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Old 10-02-2017, 06:38 PM
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Default Oh, Dear Boss...Ripperology and the Maybrick Diary and more Ripperology

This episode of the unplanned and unscripted Oh, Dear Boss welcomes Paul Begg, Mark Ripper, Tom Wescott and Brian Young on to the show to discuss whatever suits our fancy. The topics this time are too numerous to list here, plus the Maybrick Diary.



Available to steam or download now at the following link:

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This episode of the unplanned and unscripted Oh, Dear Boss welcomes Paul Begg, Mark Ripper, Tom Wescott and Brian Young on to the show to discuss whatever suits our fancy. The topics this time are too numerous to list here, plus the Maybrick Diary.



Available to steam or download now at the following link:

http://www.casebook.org/podcast/listen.html?id=182

Also FREE on iTunes, Podcast Addict, MixCloud and wherever you might go to find podcasts.

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A truly wonderful podcast.

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A truly wonderful podcast.

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Agreed. Informative, entertaining and even handed.
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This episode of the unplanned and unscripted Oh, Dear Boss welcomes Paul Begg, Mark Ripper, Tom Wescott and Brian Young on to the show to discuss whatever suits our fancy. The topics this time are too numerous to list here, plus the Maybrick Diary.



Available to steam or download now at the following link:

http://www.casebook.org/podcast/listen.html?id=182

Also FREE on iTunes, Podcast Addict, MixCloud and wherever you might go to find podcasts.

Thank you for listening!



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Great stuff, Jonathan. Keep up the good work.

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Thanks for the early positive reviews. They are very much appreciated.

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I really enjoyed this one.
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Listening now... I feel like I'll just use this post to add my comments as I would have, had I been on.

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Me: Go back to sleep, Oklahoma!

Etc...
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If a person were hoaxing it back in time, in 1888, they would have been able to get ahold of a proper diary, not a photo album.

Why would someone hoax it in 1888 and use a photo album, instead of a regular diary?
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Why would someone hoax it in 1888 and use a photo album, instead of a regular diary?
Perhaps albums were going cheap in the Christmas sales?
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I mean if you're going to write a real diary, you don't care what you use. But if you are going to hoax, you're going to try to make it as authentic as possible. Being in 1888, you can get a journal. People in 1988 have less options.

Oh someone's brought it up now... I think Tom...
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