Saturday, April 03, 2010
Jack the Ripper in America Reviewed by Murder by Gaslight Blog
The blog Murder by Gaslight takes on nineteenth-century crimes through straightforward retelling of the tales and, in this instance, a review of the Discovery Channel Ripper documentary Jack the Ripper in America. The narrator, former NYPD detective Ed Norris, seeks the Ripper in New York by trying to connect him to the death of Carrie Brown (Old Shakespeare). Intriguing enough theory, overall, but Norris is laughable in this documentary, seeming like a parody of a New York detective. Check out Murder by Gaslight for his review (including some interesting details about Norris's career) and more cases.
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