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Episode credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Annie Chapman ...
Herself - Victim 2, Murdered 8th September 1888 (credit only)
Catherine Eddowes ...
Herself - Victim 4, Murdered 30th September 1888 (credit only)
Linda Fairstein ...
Herself - Sex Crimes Attorney, New York
Paul Ferrara ...
Himself - Director of Forensic Science, Virginia (as Dr Paul Ferrara)
Marcella Fierro ...
Herself - Chief Medical Examiner, Virginia
John Grieve ...
Himself - Former Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police
Vada Hart ...
Herself - Sickert Archivist
Mary Jane Kelly ...
Herself - Victim 5, Murdered 9th November 1888 (as Mary Kelly) (credit only)
Mary Ann Nichols ...
Herself - Victim 1, Murdered 31st August 1888 (credit only)
Anna Gruetzner Robins ...
Herself - Art Historian (as Dr Anna Gruetzner Robins)
Donald Rumbelow ...
Himself - Criminologist and Ripper Expert
Richard Shone ...
Himself - The Burlington Magazine
Walter Sickert ...
Himself (archive footage)
Howard Smith ...
Himself - Curator, Manchester City Art Gallery


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I assume Patricia had read...
10 December 2015 | by (Brighton, England) – See all my reviews

In the late 1980's I went on holiday for three weeks to Thailand. And, as I always do, I took several books with me. One of the books was "Jack The Ripper: The Final Solution" by Stephen Knight. It was published in 1984. In the book, almost every painting that Patricia Cornwell identified as having clues that Sickert was Jack The Ripper, are also analysed in the Knight book. Knight also implies strongly that Sickert could have been the Ripper. I find it somewhat disingenuous that at no point in this documentary did Patricia Cornwell ever mention that the Sickert connection had already been postulated nearly twenty years before she began her "research". In my humble opinion, her book (that she says cost her over $6,000,000) could not possibly have been written, nor the documentary made, had Stephen Knight not written his book first.

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