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Jack the Ripper: Tabloid Killer 

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Michelle Collins ... Self - Narrator (voice)
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Martin Brunt ... Self
Andrew Cook ... Self - Historian (as Dr Andrew Cook)
Stewart Evans Stewart Evans ... Self - Crime Historian
Christopher Frayling Christopher Frayling ... Self - Cultural Historian
Eddie Gachegua Eddie Gachegua ... Self
Kelvin Mackenzie ... Self
Elaine Quigley Elaine Quigley ... Self
Donald Rumbelow Donald Rumbelow ... Self - Crime Historian
Matthew Sweet Matthew Sweet ... Self - Writer and Historian
Kate Williams Kate Williams ... Self - Historian (as Dr Kate Williams)
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The Ripper Letter Is Fake!
13 September 2017 | by Rainey-DawnSee all my reviews

I believe this documentary is dead on - the Jack the Ripper letter is FAKE! It was written by a news journalist from The Sun in order to sell their newspapers/tabloids. BUT the murders were real... this documentary does not say the murders were fake, only that the famous letter is a fake - and I believe they proved that beyond a shadow of a doubt! I never believed the letter was real and now I know who and why it was written. :)

Really good documentary that is worth watching if you are into the story of Jack the Ripper.

10/10


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