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Default Jack the Ripper documentary with T. Wescott

Watched this on Reelz, a cable channel on U.S. television. Title is "Jack the Ripper: What" according to our on-screen directory... I'm unsure of the rest of the subtitle, as it was missing. (Maybe "What we know"?)

Very interesting summary of the C5 crimes with dramatic recreations and comments by Wescott and other experts. The prostitutes still seemed too good looking and nicely dressed, for the most part. Included Hutchison as a witness, but not his description of the man with the gold chain and fancy coat. Eddowes's murder conducted under a lamppost.
The notion that violence was for a purpose of shocking the viewer of the bodies was interesting.
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It's an episode of the true crime series 'Murder Made Me Famous'.

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