Some years ago I lectured at Carnegie Heritage Centre in Hull on “Jack the Ripper - The Hull Connection.” It was the first ever lecture that I did, and I am pleased to say after a number of years lecturing in Hull and London, I am returning to my roots for a one off special lecture at Carnegie.
This time round the lecture will exclusively reveal a previously named suspect with links to Hull, but who has never been linked to the city before, and his identity will be sure to shock. My recent research has uncovered a suspect with links to the Royals, the Freemasons, and some of the highest in the land, and his time in Hull was well documented and thoroughly reported in the local and national press.
As usual the lecture will also feature Ripper scares, Ripper suspects, and Ripper letters with a connection to Hull.
The lecture will be at Carnegie Heritage Centre on Wednesday July 31st 2013 and starts at 20.00.
Tickets for the event are £3.00 and available from Carnegie, with all proceeds going to the library to enable the staff to keep up their excellent work.
For inquiries contact Carnegie at 01482-561216 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org