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Old 08-27-2017, 08:14 PM
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Default Ripper Confidential Part 2 with Tom Wescott: The Murder of Elizabeth Stride

We are please to bring to you part 2 of our interview with author Tom Wescott on his book 'Ripper Confidential: New Research on the Whitechapel Murders'.

In this episode we discuss with Tom Wescott the murder of Elizabeth Stride.




Available to stream or download at the following link:

http://www.casebook.org/podcast/listen.html?id=181

Also on iTunes, MixCloud, Podbean and wherever FREE podcasts are found.

Thank you for listening!



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Looking forward to this. Thanks, JM and Tom.
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Thanks, Gareth. I hope you enjoy it. I've already had complaints that Tom seemed to be chewing gum throughout the interview which in the heat of the battle I didn't even notice. But what's an episode of Rippercast without someone gum chewing, me smoking, babies crying and dogs barking? Just like the old days.



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That's what it was! Thanks for the enlightenment, JM

I wasn't disappointed by the podcast, by the way. Great stuff, as usual, and I'm really pleased to see that Tom is still on track to fulfill his promise as a ripperologist.
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Yes, very entertaining. Tom is always good value for money.

(I'm glad someone else mentioned the gum-chewing.)
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Yes, very entertaining. Tom is always good value for money.

(I'm glad someone else mentioned the gum-chewing.)
JM deserves a shout out, too - a great product, technically and aesthetically - his delivery is spot on.
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The gum chewing actually adds aesthetic value to the presentation.
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Thanks, Gareth. I hope you enjoy it. I've already had complaints that Tom seemed to be chewing gum throughout the interview which in the heat of the battle I didn't even notice. But what's an episode of Rippercast without someone gum chewing, me smoking, babies crying and dogs barking? Just like the old days.
Gum is for chewing. It's as simple as that. Wearing it on one's nose is punishment.

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Enjoyed the podcast and both books. May not agree with all of Tom's theories but he makes his case in a reasoned way and makes you think. And thank you, Jonathan, for providing them for us.
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I despise chewing gum.

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