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Old 06-24-2018, 05:04 PM
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Default Oh, Dear Boss: The Ripper Had All The Luck

This episode of 'Oh, Dear Boss' is a wide-ranging conversation that includes topics such as the Double Event, Goulston Street Graffito, the Seaside Home identification, Robert Anderson, Henry Smith, and the pluses and minuses in the suspect candidacy of Charles Le Grand.

With Tom Wescott, John Malcolm, Robert McLaughlin, Jon Rees, Ally Ryder and Jonathan Menges



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https://www.casebook.org/podcast/listen.html?id=201

Also in iTunes, Podbean, Podcast Addict, MixCloud, TuneIn Radio and wherever 2 hour long gabfests about Jack the Ripper can be found.

Thank you for listening!



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I love the open mic jam sessions, many thanks to everyone involved.
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I love the open mic jam sessions, many thanks to everyone involved.
You're welcome. They're my favorites, too.

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Hi JM,

Another truly great podcast, lots of interesting ideas.
Maybe the most telling is Tom's very last comment, re Once you have convinced yourself.


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My favourite bit was when after the lads having a lengthy chat Ally pouncing out like a lioness from the long grass.
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My favourite bit was when after the lads having a lengthy chat Ally pouncing out like a lioness from the long grass.
I’d say Ally’s more of a cougar than a lioness.
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Excellent podcast, and it certainly makes me want to look closer into Le Grand.

Earlier in the podcast the issue of spelling mistakes and the "Ripper writings" (here the "Juwes"/"Jews" controversy in Goulston Street) caught my attention.
At the approximate same time as the Whitechapel Murders, the Parnell Commission is looking into the so-called Parnell letters that advocated (it seemed) use of violence in the wake of the 1882 Phoenix Park Assassinations.
If you recall a seemingly well educated Richard Pigott was shown to be the actual author of those letters, and part of the proof was Piggott's misspelling of the word "hesitancy" as "hesitency". And Pigott was a professional journalist.

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