Join sisters Lindsay & Madison every Wednesday as we discuss the funny, strange, and obscure crimes of yesteryear. Proud member of the OSSA and Cultiv8 Networks.
Lindsay and Madison discuss horrifying history of the Thames Torso Murders, as well as how many people went missing in London, that being an officer of the Thames Division was rough work, and how difficult it was to identify bodies that have been dissected.
Information pulled from the following sources:
- 2021 My London article by Hannah Kane
- 2016 University of Leicester blog post by Shane McCorristine
- 2016 The Vintage News article by Tijana Radeska
- 2008 Casebook: Jack the Ripper dissertation by Debra Arif
- 1889 The Daily Telegraph article
- 1889 The Pall Mall Gazette article
- 1889 Sunday Dispatch article
- 1888 Lloyd’s Weekly Newspaper article
- 1887 The Sunday People article
- 1884 Lloyd’s Weekly Newspaper article
- 1873 The Illustrated Police News article
- 1873 The Observer article
- Casebook: Jack the Ripper dissertation by Gerard Spicer
- Crime Investigation article
- Whitechapel Jack article
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