The People versus Jack the Ripper © with Dundee International Women's Centre

UK – Scotland

02 March, 2022

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm GMT


The People versus Jack the Ripper © with Dundee International Women's Centre

Location: UK – Scotland

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Join us at this charity event with the Dundee International Women's Centre (DIWC) to gain further insight into the identity of the serial killer known as Jack the Ripper.

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Michael will present the evidence he has long believed proves beyond reasonable doubt the identity of the notorious Victorian serial killer known as Jack the Ripper. He will call in aid the support he has had from two leading Scottish legal figures; the FBI criminal profiling division at Quantico, Virginia; an eminent Home Office forensic pathologist; America’s most famous detective; the United Nations International Commission on Missing Persons in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; a veterinary surgeon; and a fingerprint expert, to name but a few. As well as all that, there is the compelling historic testimony of the feisty women of Dundee, the city where the Ripper’s killing spree ended. Traditionally, few men have ever kept any secrets from that redoubtable breed!

The entire audience forms a jury and votes Guilty or Not Guilty in a secret ballot. The question is ladies and gentlemen of the jury…….was William Henry Bury, the last man hanged in the city of Dundee, Scotland, actually Jack the Ripper?

A buffet will be served at the event so make sure to come along!

Event cost £5 per ticket

Speaker Details

Michael has held senior appointments in journalism, television and Government public relations. He was the first ever Crime Reporter on the Dundee Courier, Parliamentary Correspondent of The Scotsman, and on-screen TV reporter, later producer/director at Scottish Television. He lectured in the old Eastern bloc countries, became head of Communications at the Scottish Prison Service, before becoming principal UK spokesperson on military search and rescue operations. He lectured at the Scottish Police College as well as advising and training Police representative organisations in media and broadcast skills. His hobbies include competition snooker, composing and playing Scottish music, and model railways.

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Programme outline

Registration and refreshments - 6.00pm Presentation - 6.30pm Event finishes - 9.30pm

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  • 02 March, 2022 / 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm GMT

    Location: Dundee International Women's Centre Unit 9, Manhattan Works Dundonald St Dundee DD3 7PY

    Price: £4.17 (CIMA members only)


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