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  • #16
    Bumping again for anyone who’ll want to watch some of this…

    Join the Zoom Webinar on Saturday
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83944932621


    All times BST
    2pm Presentation: Steve Blomer
    ‘Who was the Seaside Home Witness?’

    3pm First Panel: Suspectology
    Moderator: Jonathan Menges
    with Paul Begg, Neil Bell,
    Matt Hood, Amanda Lloyd, Steve Stanley,
    Tom Wescott and Brian Young

    Break

    5pm Presentation: Mark Ripper
    ‘Animals (Eleven Different Ones)’

    6pm. Presentation: Suzie Huntington
    ‘ Charles Alfred Hebbert: Physician, Anatomist, Bigamist’

    Break

    8pm. Second Panel: 'Gender Politics and Ripperology; a female perspective'
    Moderator: Ally Ryder
    with Tiffany Durkan, Samantha Hulass,
    Suzie Huntington, Madeline Keane and
    Amanda Lloyd

    JM
    Last edited by jmenges; 10-30-2021, 10:41 AM.

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    • #17
      Hi JM,

      Will I be able to dip in and out with zoom? As I may have to do some juggling about with things that evening?

      Best wishes,

      Tristan

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      • #18
        Yes you can leave and then come back by using the same meeting link each time.

        JM

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        • #19
          Originally posted by jmenges View Post
          Yes you can leave and then come back by using the same meeting link each time.

          JM
          Brilliant! Thanks for letting me know.
          Best wishes,

          Tristan

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          • #20
            The Casebook: Jack the Ripper Conference starts today at 2pm BST. (there was confusion that it started at 3pm due to an error on the poster)
            Watch it on Zoom here:

            https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83944932621

            Or on Facebook here:

            https://www.facebook.com/casebook.org

            JM

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            • #21
              We had somewhere between 50- 60 attendees who stuck around for all 7 hours of the online conference yesterday. If you were one of them, thank you very much.
              Reviews have been very positive…so we’re considering making it an annual event.
              The individual presentations will be released as podcast episodes later in the week.
              Thank you to all who helped make the conference possible- both in front of and behind the camera.

              JM

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              • #22
                Originally posted by jmenges View Post
                We had somewhere between 50- 60 attendees who stuck around for all 7 hours of the online conference yesterday. If you were one of them, thank you very much.
                Reviews have been very positive…so we’re considering making it an annual event.
                The individual presentations will be released as podcast episodes later in the week.
                Thank you to all who helped make the conference possible- both in front of and behind the camera.

                JM
                Really enjoyed the event. Thanks for organising and thanks to everyone who took part. Making it an annual thing would be brilliant.
                Best wishes,

                Tristan

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                • #23
                  So who was the Seaside Home witness?

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Scott Nelson View Post
                    So who was the Seaside Home witness?
                    It was someone at a home located at the seaside who witnessed something.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by PaulB View Post

                      It was someone at a home located at the seaside who witnessed something.
                      Boom,boom!

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                      • #26
                        While all the talks were good, the one I found most important to the field, was Mark Ripper's take on Ripperology and what we, as individuals owe to the field in general in terms of how the outside world perceives us, and I really enjoyed his point by point analysis of how the victims are characterized in the field, and how the field as a whole has a duty to represent ourselves. It was an interesting and thought-provoking subject, for me. I also very much enjoyed Suzie's presentation, and look forward to her book.

                        Let all Oz be agreed;
                        I'm Wicked through and through.

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                        • #27
                          Will she be sending out complimentary copies?

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                          • #28
                            Mark Ripper: Animals (Eleven Different Ones)

                            http://www.rippercast.com/mp3/Mark_Ripper_Animals.mp4




                            JM

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                            • #29
                              Suzanne Huntington: Charles Alfred Hebbert- Physician, Anatomist, Bigamist

                              http://www.rippercast.com/mp3/Suzann...es_Hebbert.mp4



                              JM

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                              • #30

                                Steven Blomer: Who was the Seaside Home Witness?

                                http://www.rippercast.com/mp3/Steve_...me_Witness.mp4



                                JM

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