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22 | Jack The Ripper Part 2: The Murder of Polly Nichols, Bucks Row Prash's Murder Map: True Crime Podcast

    • True Crime

Welcome back to foggy, lamplit London as we embark on the second episode of this miniseries on one of the most notorious serial killers of all time - Jack the Ripper. We’ll look at the first of the canonical murders; that of Mary Ann Nichols, known as Polly, who was found in Bucks Row with her throat slashed and her abdomen mutilated. Wrap up warm and keep looking over your shoulder, because the Autumn of Terror has just begun...

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Thanks for listening! Here’s how you can get in touch with comments and suggestions:

Twitter: @PrashsMurderMap

Email: prashsmurdermap@gmail.com

Credits:Research, writing, narration and audio editing by Prash

No part of this episode may be reproduced or copied in any form without the written permission of Prash’s Murder Map.

Sources:

Ackroyd, P & other contributors, 2008, “Jack the Ripper and the East End”, Chatto & Windus, in association with the Museum in Docklands & Museum of London



Author Interviews, 2015, “Dirty Old London”, NPR, https://www.npr.org/2015/03/12/392332431/dirty-old-london-a-history-of-the-victorians-infamous-filth?t=1594571339515&t=1594657184121



Blomer, Steve E, 2019, “Inside Bucks Row – Mary Ann Nichols: An Anatomy of Murder, The Whitechapel Murders Project Book 1”



“Bucks Row, Now Durward Street”, Jack The Ripper 1888, Jack The Ripper.org, https://www.jack-the-ripper.org/bucks-row-then-and-now.htm



“Bucks Row”, Casebook.org, https://www.casebook.org/victorian_london/sitepics.w-bucks.html



Clack, Robert & Hutchinson, Philip, 2009, “The London of Jack the Ripper Then and Now”, The Breedon Books Publishing Company Limited, Derby



Evans, Stewart P., & Rumbelow, D, 2006, “Jack the Ripper – Scotland Yard Investigates”, Sutton Publishing Ltd, Gloucestershire



Evans, Stewart P., & Skinner, K, 2001, “The Ultimate Jack the Ripper Sourcebook An Illustrated Encyclopedia”, Robinson London



“Jack the Ripper Murder Sites Then and Now - Buck’s Row”, Jack the Ripper Tour, Feb 2015, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buQ_c1JlBZU



Johnson, Ben, “The Great Horse Manure Crisis of 1894”, History Magazine, https://www.historic-uk.com/HistoryUK/HistoryofBritain/Great-Horse-Manure-Crisis-of-1894/



Jones, Richard, January 2019, “Drinking in the East End”, Drinking and Drunkenness in the Victorian East End, Jack The Ripper Tour, https://www.jack-the-ripper-tour.com/generalnews/drinking-in-the-east-end/



Jones, Richard, “The East End Common Lodging Houses”, Jack The Ripper.org, https://www.jack-the-ripper.org/common-lodging-houses.htm



Jones, Richard, July 2020, “The View from Liverpool”, The High Rip Gangs and the Jack the Ripper Murders, Jack The Ripper Tour, a href="https://www.jack-the-ripper-tour.com/generalnews/the-view-from-liverpool/"...

Welcome back to foggy, lamplit London as we embark on the second episode of this miniseries on one of the most notorious serial killers of all time - Jack the Ripper. We’ll look at the first of the canonical murders; that of Mary Ann Nichols, known as Polly, who was found in Bucks Row with her throat slashed and her abdomen mutilated. Wrap up warm and keep looking over your shoulder, because the Autumn of Terror has just begun...

***Please don’t forget to rate and review on your favourite Podcatcher***

Thanks for listening! Here’s how you can get in touch with comments and suggestions:

Twitter: @PrashsMurderMap

Email: prashsmurdermap@gmail.com

Credits:Research, writing, narration and audio editing by Prash

No part of this episode may be reproduced or copied in any form without the written permission of Prash’s Murder Map.

Sources:

Ackroyd, P & other contributors, 2008, “Jack the Ripper and the East End”, Chatto & Windus, in association with the Museum in Docklands & Museum of London



Author Interviews, 2015, “Dirty Old London”, NPR, https://www.npr.org/2015/03/12/392332431/dirty-old-london-a-history-of-the-victorians-infamous-filth?t=1594571339515&t=1594657184121



Blomer, Steve E, 2019, “Inside Bucks Row – Mary Ann Nichols: An Anatomy of Murder, The Whitechapel Murders Project Book 1”



“Bucks Row, Now Durward Street”, Jack The Ripper 1888, Jack The Ripper.org, https://www.jack-the-ripper.org/bucks-row-then-and-now.htm



“Bucks Row”, Casebook.org, https://www.casebook.org/victorian_london/sitepics.w-bucks.html



Clack, Robert & Hutchinson, Philip, 2009, “The London of Jack the Ripper Then and Now”, The Breedon Books Publishing Company Limited, Derby



Evans, Stewart P., & Rumbelow, D, 2006, “Jack the Ripper – Scotland Yard Investigates”, Sutton Publishing Ltd, Gloucestershire



Evans, Stewart P., & Skinner, K, 2001, “The Ultimate Jack the Ripper Sourcebook An Illustrated Encyclopedia”, Robinson London



“Jack the Ripper Murder Sites Then and Now - Buck’s Row”, Jack the Ripper Tour, Feb 2015, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buQ_c1JlBZU



Johnson, Ben, “The Great Horse Manure Crisis of 1894”, History Magazine, https://www.historic-uk.com/HistoryUK/HistoryofBritain/Great-Horse-Manure-Crisis-of-1894/



Jones, Richard, January 2019, “Drinking in the East End”, Drinking and Drunkenness in the Victorian East End, Jack The Ripper Tour, https://www.jack-the-ripper-tour.com/generalnews/drinking-in-the-east-end/



Jones, Richard, “The East End Common Lodging Houses”, Jack The Ripper.org, https://www.jack-the-ripper.org/common-lodging-houses.htm



Jones, Richard, July 2020, “The View from Liverpool”, The High Rip Gangs and the Jack the Ripper Murders, Jack The Ripper Tour, a href="https://www.jack-the-ripper-tour.com/generalnews/the-view-from-liverpool/"...

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