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26 | Jack The Ripper Part 6 : Mary Jane Kelly Prash's Murder Map: True Crime Podcast

    • True Crime

Join me for the penultimate episode of this mini-series where we’ll examine the death of the final canonical victim, in a bloodbath so unimaginable that it has become one of the most memorable Ripper murders, symbolic of his spiralling descent closer and closer to hell. We’ll look at Mary Jane Kelly’s life and try to understand the strange testimony of the witnesses as we encounter a visitor dressed in astrakhan, a man with a sinister black bag bothering women in the area, a missing key and more.

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

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

Voices:

Charlie (Crimelapse).........................Mrs Paumier

Eileen (Crimelapse).......................... Lizzie Albrook

Emily G. Thompson (Morbidology)............Mary Jane Kelly

Erik Rivenes (Most Notorious)......................American journalist

Jenny (It's Murder Up North).............................Sarah Lewis

Nick Denton.....................Inspector Beck

Philip Hutchinson...............Dr Thomas Bond and George Hutchinson

Prash..................................Thomas Bowyer, Joseph Barnett and the "Astrakhan Man"

Sophie Stanley...................Mary Jane Kelly singing



Philip Hutchinson’s theatre company: https://www.luckydogtheatreproductions.com/

Charlie & Eileen – Crimelapse podcast https://www.crimelapsepodcast.com/

Jenny – It’s Murder up North podcast https://www.spreaker.com/show/its-murder-up-north_1

Emily G. Thompson – Morbidology podcast https://morbidology.com/

Erik Rivenes – Most Notorious and Where Blood Runs Cold podcasts https://www.mostnotorious.com



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



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



“Dr Bond’s Post Mortem on Mary Kelly”, Casebook, https://www.casebook.org/official_documents/pm-kelly.html



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



Evening News, 12th November 1888, Casebook, https://www.casebook.org/press_reports/evening_news/18881112.html



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



Jones, Richard, “The Jewish East End”, Jack The Ripper.org, a...

Join me for the penultimate episode of this mini-series where we’ll examine the death of the final canonical victim, in a bloodbath so unimaginable that it has become one of the most memorable Ripper murders, symbolic of his spiralling descent closer and closer to hell. We’ll look at Mary Jane Kelly’s life and try to understand the strange testimony of the witnesses as we encounter a visitor dressed in astrakhan, a man with a sinister black bag bothering women in the area, a missing key and more.

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

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

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

Voices:

Charlie (Crimelapse).........................Mrs Paumier

Eileen (Crimelapse).......................... Lizzie Albrook

Emily G. Thompson (Morbidology)............Mary Jane Kelly

Erik Rivenes (Most Notorious)......................American journalist

Jenny (It's Murder Up North).............................Sarah Lewis

Nick Denton.....................Inspector Beck

Philip Hutchinson...............Dr Thomas Bond and George Hutchinson

Prash..................................Thomas Bowyer, Joseph Barnett and the "Astrakhan Man"

Sophie Stanley...................Mary Jane Kelly singing



Philip Hutchinson’s theatre company: https://www.luckydogtheatreproductions.com/

Charlie & Eileen – Crimelapse podcast https://www.crimelapsepodcast.com/

Jenny – It’s Murder up North podcast https://www.spreaker.com/show/its-murder-up-north_1

Emily G. Thompson – Morbidology podcast https://morbidology.com/

Erik Rivenes – Most Notorious and Where Blood Runs Cold podcasts https://www.mostnotorious.com



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



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



“Dr Bond’s Post Mortem on Mary Kelly”, Casebook, https://www.casebook.org/official_documents/pm-kelly.html



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



Evening News, 12th November 1888, Casebook, https://www.casebook.org/press_reports/evening_news/18881112.html



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



Jones, Richard, “The Jewish East End”, Jack The Ripper.org, a...

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