The killing spree of Jack the Ripper continues.
In this episode you will hear the tragic stories of Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes--both of whom were killed on the same night, only blocks apart. Their deaths came to be known as the Double Event, and have influenced Ripper-lore to this day.
WARNING: Listener discretion is advised.
Podcaster's Note: Correction--The Dear Boss letter is often regarded as the first correspondence from Jack The Ripper. In this week's episode, I claimed the Saucy Jack postcard was the first. By the time this episode was recorded, it was too late to rectify the innacuracy.
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Music this week
Song: Storm's Theme
Album: As the Snow Fell
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Videos This Week
Screaming Lord Sutch, and his version of Jack the Ripper
Jack The Ripper meets California surf rock?
NEXT WEEK: The Death of Mary Jane Kelly