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    Prash's Murder Map: True Crime Podcast - The Notorious Ratcliffe Highway Murders 1811

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    Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
    Prash's Murder Map: True Crime Podcast - The Notorious Ratcliffe Highway Murders 1811

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWNG...ueCrimePodcast
    I enjoyed that enormously. Well done, Prash!

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    • #3
      November 9, 2020

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOFT...ueCrimePodcast



      Prash's Murder Map: True Crime Podcast The S-Bahn Killer ( 1940's Nazi Germany )
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
        Prash's Murder Map: True Crime Podcast - The Notorious Ratcliffe Highway Murders 1811

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        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWNG...ueCrimePodcast
        Yes, I enjoyed that too.

        There is an odd possible link between the Ratcliffe Highway Murders and the Ripper murders, which I never succeeded in clarifying.

        The first murders in 1811 were of Timothy Marr and his family, at his draper's shop at 29 Ratcliffe Highway.

        By 1918 the Ratcliffe Highway had been renamed as St George Street, and in the 1918 and Spring 1919 electoral registers Aaron Kozminski's brother Woolf Abrahams was listed at 29A St George Street. (There's no doubt it's the right Woolf Abrahams, because other records place three of his children at the same address.)

        Did Aaron Kozminski's brother live in the same building where the Marr family was murdered? Thomas Burke, in "The Ecstasies of Thomas de Quincey" (1928), p. 309, wrote that the shop still survived, "and very markedly the ramshackle place fits the frightful scenes of which it was the setting". But he also says the numbering of the houses had changed. However, Burke's information doesn't always seem accurate. Certainly number 29A in 1918 was in about the right position, on the south side of the road, between Artichoke Hill and John's Hill. It has definitely gone now, though, as the buildings there were destroyed in the Blitz.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Chris Phillips View Post
          Yes, I enjoyed that too.

          There is an odd possible link between the Ratcliffe Highway Murders and the Ripper murders, which I never succeeded in clarifying.

          The first murders in 1811 were of Timothy Marr and his family, at his draper's shop at 29 Ratcliffe Highway.

          By 1918 the Ratcliffe Highway had been renamed as St George Street, and in the 1918 and Spring 1919 electoral registers Aaron Kozminski's brother Woolf Abrahams was listed at 29A St George Street. (There's no doubt it's the right Woolf Abrahams, because other records place three of his children at the same address.)

          Did Aaron Kozminski's brother live in the same building where the Marr family was murdered? Thomas Burke, in "The Ecstasies of Thomas de Quincey" (1928), p. 309, wrote that the shop still survived, "and very markedly the ramshackle place fits the frightful scenes of which it was the setting". But he also says the numbering of the houses had changed. However, Burke's information doesn't always seem accurate. Certainly number 29A in 1918 was in about the right position, on the south side of the road, between Artichoke Hill and John's Hill. It has definitely gone now, though, as the buildings there were destroyed in the Blitz.
          That’s very interesting, Chris.

          There is a bit of a mystery to do with the numbering of that part of the Highway that I’ve never got to the bottom of. Your mention of a 29A may be the answer. If you don’t mind, I’d like to transfer this discussion over to the Ratcliff Highway thread so as to not clutter this one up.

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          • #6
            November 10, 2020

            Prash's Murder Map: True Crime Podcast - The Frankston Serial Killer (Australia)

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            • #7
              November 11, 2020

              Prash's Murder Map: Krystian Bala Runs Amok


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              • #8
                November 12, 2020

                Prash's Murder Map: Murder Mini Episodes

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                • #9
                  November 15, 2020

                  Prash's Murder Map: True Crime Podcast - Moses Sithole The South African Strangler


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                  • #10
                    November 16, 2020

                    https://prashs-murder-map.simplecast...of-mary-phagan

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
                      Prash's Murder Map: True Crime Podcast - The Notorious Ratcliffe Highway Murders 1811

                      Prash is Prash Genandran, Forums member.....




                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWNG...ueCrimePodcast



                      Thanks Howard for sharing it!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Gary Barnett View Post
                        I enjoyed that enormously. Well done, Prash!

                        Thank you so much Gary. It was very interesting to create. If you have a chance do check out my JTR series on your favourite pod catcher
                        https://prashs-murder-map.simplecast.com/


                        Philip Hutchinson, Peter Bleksley, Karl Coppack and many others were kind enough to help bring it to life. I'm getting old now and so i sort of see it as my final chance when i've still got energy in me to create something like this.

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                        • #13
                          November 17, 2020

                          Prash's Murder Map: True Crime Podcast - The Mystery Of Mary Rogers


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                          • #14
                            November 18, 2020

                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cC2P...ueCrimePodcast


                            rash's Murder Map: True Crime Podcast - The Papin Sisters
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                            • #15
                              November 19, 2020

                              Prash's Murder Map: The Zodiac Killer Part 1 of 2

                              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtcE...ueCrimePodcast


                              Prash's Murder Map: The Zodiac Killer Part 2 of 2

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