110 minutes | Dec 30th 2020

5: Vanished: Jack the Ripper "The End of the Beginning"

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This is the end. And frankly I’m relieved to be through it. To be honest, when we first decided we’d venture outside the Amelia Earhart case, I had doubts. I still do if I’m being completely honest. But starting with Jack the Ripper was a good experiment for me. It tested my emotional ability to get through a case like this and come out the other side. You’ve had a couple of weeks to digest the trial, the evidence and the testimony and now the time is almost at hand for you to render your decision. Who do you think was Jack the Ripper? And does it even matter? Are the legacies of the victims what we should really be discussing here? Jack the Ripper is an enigma. A faceless man. A man without an identity. Or maybe a man with several. I know what I believe. Now, as always it's up to you. But before we leave you to decide we have one more person that we feel you need to hear from. And what she has to say might change the way you look at Montague John Druitt and the man behind this unspeakable evil forever. Welcome back to Vanished and our final episode on Jack the Ripper. LINKS Our Website Vanished on Twitter  Vanished on Instagram  Vanished on Facebook  Vanished Facebook Discussion Group  Jennifer Taylor on Twitter  Chris Williamson on Twitter  Smith & Vinson Law Firm Official Website Jennifer Taylor Attorney Profile @ Smith & Vinson's Official Website Smith & Vinson on Twitter Exit script read by Oz Oddball of the Oddball Aussie Podcast  Music by Dane Gerous Schmidt  "Satisfied" performed by Amber Farndon Album Art Illustration 50399190 © Alancotton | Dreamstime.com Vanished is a ChrisEvan Films Production Vanished is part of the Straight Up Strange Podcast Network  Christine Ward-Agius appears courtesy of Regnery History Get the UK edition of "The Escape of Jack the Ripper: The Truth About the Cover-up and His Flight from Justice" Here Preorder the US release featuring new information on the case by Regnery History Here  John & Christine's Official Website Hainsworth & Ward-Agius @ Facebook  SHOW NOTES & FURTHER READING Montague John Druitt @ Wikipedia  George Robert Sims @ Wikipedia  Henry Richard Farquharson @ Wikipedia John Moylan @ Wikipedia  Basil Thomson @ Wikipedia  Melville Macnaghten @ Wikipedia  Mcnaghten's Favoured Suspect @ jack-the-ripper.org  Montague John Druitt @ Casebook Montague John Druitt @ Jack the Ripper Tour  The Macnaghten Memoranda @ Casebook  The Macnaghten Memoranda Original Document @ Casebook Courtesy of Thomas Schachner
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