It’s a cold case like no other. In the fall of 1888, five women were brutally murdered in the slums of London. The attacks were so violent that the killer earned a nickname - Jack the Ripper. But everything you think you know about Jack and those murdered women is wrong. Historian Hallie Rubenhold uncovers new facts about the five victims - revealing the appalling treatment they faced as women in the 1880s, and completely overturning the accepted Ripper story.
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A well produced and written show which offers a fascinating and overlooked side of the story of Jack the Ripper. I learned so much about the women and the world they lived in.
Really well done. I learned so much about the victims and am impressed by the research. It definitely felt like I walked into an internet fight though. I agreed with her argument, but she kept talking about it in a kind of smug way.
I was so enamored by this podcast. I listened to every episode as soon as it came out, and I loved how the host righted so many generational wrongs. But as soon as you throw other, victim focused podcasts under the bus (for what??) I was immediately lost. Morbid has and always has focused on the lives of victims. Almost every week they talk about relevant missing persons cases, resources, or mental health. Bringing in a clip of their “Crossbow Cannibal” episode, as they named him, to prove they ... more
If you took her catty comments out of the episodes they would be ten minutes long.
I’m so happy I learned about this podcast! It’s so well done! Hallie is a brilliant historian with a satisfying accent and voice. It gave me a much better idea of what Victorian England was like and made me question all my assumptions about Jack the Ripper. His victims lived rich and fascinating lives and I loved learning about them.
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Bad Women: The Ripper Retold launched a year ago and published 19 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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