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Jack the Ripper - The Jury is Out

Hill of Tarvit Mansion & Gardens, Cupar, Fife, KY15 5PB

  • Friday, 24 April 2020
  • 19.30
  • £12.00
  • Save to calendar 2020-04-24 00:00:00 2020-04-24 00:00:00 Europe/London Jack the Ripper - The Jury is Out Was the last man hanged in Dundee really Jack the Ripper? Join the audience for The People versus Jack the Ripper © and hear investigative journalist Michael Mulford lay out the evidence. The audience forms the jury and votes in a secret ballot. A fascinating evening is guaranteed!The People versus Jack the Ripper © is a fascinating, new presentation of facts and research put together through many years of painstaking investigation by journalist Michael Mulford. Michael lays out the facts that h... Hill of Tarvit Mansion & Gardens, Cupar, Fife, KY15 5PB Geraldine
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Was the last man hanged in Dundee really Jack the Ripper? Join the audience for The People versus Jack the Ripper © and hear investigative journalist Michael Mulford lay out the evidence. The audience forms the jury and votes in a secret ballot. A fascinating evening is guaranteed!

The People versus Jack the Ripper © is a fascinating, new presentation of facts and research put together through many years of painstaking investigation by journalist Michael Mulford. Michael lays out the facts that he believes prove the identity of Jack the Ripper. The entire audience forms a jury and votes – guilty or not guilty – based on the evidence presented. Then, after a short break, the result of the vote will be revealed, which is followed by a question and answer session.

The event lasts around two hours, contains some strong language (no swear words) but does not contain any graphic images.

Michael Mulford is from Dundee and is no stranger to the world of crime, having served a four-year sentence which saw him in every jail in Scotland … as head of communications at the Scottish Prison Service! He has held senior appointments in journalism, television and government public relations, including 11 years as principal spokesman for UK military Search and Rescue operations. He was the first Crime Correspondent in the history of the Dundee Courier where, in 1967, a Dundee CID Officer DC Bob Storrier was the first person to mention Jack the Ripper to him. Michael was also a Parliamentary Correspondent of the Scotsman, then an on-screen reporter and later Producer-Director at STV.


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