3 Haunting Victorian-Era Murderers...

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    Cold Case Detective

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    Although human nature may be to always look back upon the past with a fondness for simpler and safer times, the reality is that murder is as old as the human race itself. In today's episode of Cold Case Detective, we'll be taking a look at three terrifying Victorian-era murderers.
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Melissa BP
Melissa BP

As someone who grew up with a paranoid schizophrenic sibling, I know all to well what that man’s family went through and can identify with the statements regarding his lack of remorse on what he did. It’s a very scary mental illness to have in a family member.

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I only eat Brains, Dummy
I only eat Brains, Dummy

This was one of the most interesting videos I've ever seen of the sort! Very good, indeed!

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Booth Champion
Booth Champion

Julia Thomas would have been a WIDOW, not a WIDOWER.

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TheMeloettaful
TheMeloettaful

I feel sorry for Kate's son who got sent off cause the uncle didn't want to take care of him. God knows what happened to him afterwards 😢.

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mel crying
mel crying

am i the only person who thinks kate webster is rly attractive

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Ki ki Dee
Ki ki Dee

So interesting I remember them finding Richard dadds painting on antiques road show he comes from my neck of the woods I went to art coll in Rochester xxx

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Amy jo Jinkerson
Amy jo Jinkerson

the first ever recorded murder was Cain and Able

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Tom Hickson
Tom Hickson

1847 easy done 👍👍👍👍👍

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jarmo tverin
jarmo tverin

Many of these vintage crime stories could be made into pretty good movies.

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Thaddeus Deos Devradyin
Thaddeus Deos Devradyin

Ah, the good old days when you could be diagnosed with "brain no good."

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Binyon H
Binyon H

14:15 Ha. He said Cole Porter!

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ColeYounger16
ColeYounger16

1:49 correction; not 1947 but 1847 but good video.

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Alex Medina
Alex Medina

The eyes of the Victorian pictures creep me out

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Cat Man
Cat Man

I spent six months in Central London many years ago. I never saw an English woman who "caught my fancy." Now I think I know why;-)

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Trisha R
Trisha R

Only 4 people on earth when the first murder happened...just sharing my random thoughts...

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Elsie Marina
Elsie Marina

The case of Kate Webster would make on hell of a film..They would have trouble casting someone as her that looks that evil!

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Joe Ludwig
Joe Ludwig

Till she could be executed properly...lmfao hanging there's really no pain your neck breaks most of the time....or you blackout in less then a min....I support the death penalty for the most heinous of crimes. The thing is I think they die too easy no punishment other then death. I too wish they still did public executions....I think if the public saw it they may stay out of trouble because they see what happens if they murder someone

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prismstudios001
prismstudios001

Penal servitude, indeed.....

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prismstudios001
prismstudios001

Hey Kate...Why so serious?

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Αγape
Αγape

A Victorian son of Sam.

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jay tay
jay tay

First two murders remarkable for their stupidity. I feel so sorry for Websters little boy, he must have gone on to have a terrible life, if he survived the 'Indusrtrial school'.

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CCP Alcohol beverage called Corona
CCP Alcohol beverage called Corona

Wait, what? 1947? I'm confused as I thought the Victorian era was way before that time period. Could have been an error...

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Nicole Stanhope
Nicole Stanhope

It was an error 1837-1901 (Victoria’s Reign)

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Steve Sloan
Steve Sloan

In that era he would have been diagnosed as having Dementia Praecox. Later this would have been diagnosed as Paranoid Type Schizophrenia - the very worst and most intractable form. And also the most dangerous. He would have been more commonly thought of as hopelessly insane.

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Mandy Chapin
Mandy Chapin

The world's greatest artists were all completely mad. Generations of doctors and scientists would give anything to be able to crawl into the minds of these people, but I highly doubt most people could handle it. It's if as their brains belonged on another plane or different dimension.

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mac
mac

Great job you have me hooked. 10 of 10....MAC

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Dogbone TV
Dogbone TV

1:28 says 1846 - 1:48 says 1947 shes 28. not 101.

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Tecumseh Cristero
Tecumseh Cristero

Sounds like Kate Webster did the world a favor

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New Yardley Sinclair
New Yardley Sinclair

1:49 1947. Huh? About a century off

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Ey Prul
Ey Prul

Neighbors never "think much of it"

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John Lumb
John Lumb

I live very close to the home of Sir David Attenborough and the pub mentioned nice to know more of the story. I was aware of a murder and skull being found but not as much as described.

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Sammi C
Sammi C

A good upload. Interesting cases. Richard Dadd was a tortured soul, but they say that genius is often a companion of madness! You might want to change the narration on the date of Marie Deru's wedding though! Btw "Bermondsey" is pronounced as if it has a U rather than an O in it.

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Mike Bennett
Mike Bennett

I do not think Marie was married in 1947, do you!

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Zorian
Zorian

I was very intrigued by the story of Richard Dadd, being very familiar with his famius painting, The Faerie Fellers Master Stroke by way of the song by Queen. I had no idea he was a paranoid schizophrenic. And also, I had no idea Broadmoor Insane Asylum was so dam old!

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Dottie Ndots
Dottie Ndots

so um.. why are people who are gonna be executed put on suicide watch? trying to make a point?

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wendy drennan
wendy drennan

Isn't the term 'Widower' a reference to a man whom has lost his wife?

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Nicole Stanhope
Nicole Stanhope

Yes, a Widower is a man who lost his wife, a Widow is a woman who lost her husband.

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Julie Donnelly
Julie Donnelly

Where did you say Richard Dodd was born? I came from Kent and don't recognise the name you gave. Did you mean Chatham? That would make sense, especially as it is close to Rochester. It is also pronounced with a ch sound.

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Danice Gewiss
Danice Gewiss

How do these couples determine they both like to kill? Want ads? Probably not. They try to kill one another? Ah, hell, why don't we just murder other people.?

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Wolf Tail
Wolf Tail

Richard Dadd’s work was amazing, his life was so sad 😞 Btw, it’s Chat-ham not Cath-ham! 😉

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John Cooper
John Cooper

Tis!

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Dark Knight 13
Dark Knight 13

Victorian era Britain must have been hell on earth for the poorest members of society.I'm thankful that I live in this era,but there are reminders of My country's (Scotland),disturbing and bloody past virtually everywhere,from institutions founded by Scotland's slave traders,street names that were named for particularly bloody battles during the Crimean war and records of the most heinous Victorian crimes and executions. In Edinburgh in the Grass market there is a brass "X" inlaid in the cobblestones which were placed on the site of the original gallows which is beside a pub named the "last drop inn".Again in Edinburgh there are plaques in greyfriars churchyard where the body snatchers Burke and Hare dug up most of the corpses that they would sell to the medical school,they also murdered quite a few,mainly indigent,persons for the same purpose.

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SHEILA miller
SHEILA miller

Thanx. Very intriguing

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H. Moore
H. Moore

Less than two mins in, the narrator says 1947...slow. clap.

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david spedding
david spedding

kate webster looks like an uglier 30s film star eddie cantor in drag check it ouy cantor on a bad day

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Shanna Huffman
Shanna Huffman

Very interesting

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L Cooper
L Cooper

Slowly working my way though your videos ❤️ love them. Your voice is also perfect for telling stories like this 👌🏼 great job. Xx

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Mick the Marmalizer
Mick the Marmalizer

1947?!

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Elizabeth Sohler
Elizabeth Sohler

Sad thing about people with paranoid schizophrenia. Moore than a century later it is still hard for these folks to get the help they need. Some of the drugs used to treat it  have bad side effects.Also sometimes the person decides they are cured so they stop taking the drugs and have a relapse. My dad was a scientist who ran a lab where they did blood tests on people with schizophrenia.

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theinkbrain
theinkbrain

Do you know the meaning of the phrase "cold cases"? That's a rhetorical question, because it is clear you do not. Do you know the meaning of the word "widower"? No, you do not. "All of these boxes *has* never been recovered"?? " The *feets* that had been dumped"

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Ganieda Morgan
Ganieda Morgan

you know not everyone has Twitter or Instagram etc ...how about making it easier to make suggestions via e-mail or FB messenger? There is a new development in an unsolved Canadian case: Person of interest identified in murders of Barry and Honey Sherman

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geography27
geography27

Video is fine, though trying to intensify/dramatise what is being said can be distracting and causes some slip-ups / mispronunciations of things, instances such as: Bermondsey (which is pronounced 'Bermunsy') Wandsworth (pronounced 'Wondswuth') Chatham (pronounced 'Chattam')

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gail handschuh
gail handschuh

The murders in Victorian England were frequent and very violent in nature. Yet it took a while to solve them and always ended with a death sentence. Perhaps the high rate of murders of criminals in early Britain is why they are now so, obsessed with the death penalty in the USA Today. Here in the States , it takes a very violent crime to get the death penalty.

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helen
helen

Amazing, Marie was 126 years old when she married on 27 May 1947 @1.51

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Breyana Anderson
Breyana Anderson

So she labeled the British as deceitful and untrustworthy... interesting since that's exactly what she was, but she murdered someone so I'm pretty sure the British were no where near as much so for convicting her of the crime she committed 🤣 oh the way in which psychopaths think, I'm the victim in all of this, yet I f*cking killed someone and went on the run 🤣

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Jazzy J
Jazzy J

Victorian women were so beautiful, but it was a plain and simple, yet entrancing beauty.

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ZerokillerOppel1
ZerokillerOppel1

She was guarded around the clock to protect her life to have her executed...😁😆🙃

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Elsie Marina
Elsie Marina

Yes no such favour to let her take her own life. Too much of a privilege!

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Aucuneidee Jsp
Aucuneidee Jsp

There was also a murderer in Chicago named Manning...... sorry it was a victim

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Dark moon
Dark moon

She married in 1947 🙄🤔??

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Jen Rutherford
Jen Rutherford

Poor John Webster i hope he had some quality of life poor boy.

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liz madson
liz madson

1800 hundred? Or In the 1900 hundred

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james b
james b

This video has the absolutely creepiest cover shot !

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Seattle Red
Seattle Red

I had to click on this because of the terrifying looking face on the thumbnail. 😱

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Rean Bean
Rean Bean

Stafford House Was Off The Old Kent Road...South East London...Not The West End - Good Narration 🙋🏽‍♀️

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Clare A
Clare A

Thanks Rean, I live near the old Kent rd so might explore one day and see what's there, probably flats

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Rean Bean
Rean Bean

I’m unsure if it’s a industrial estate or an open space... I just know Stafford House isn’t there anymore

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Clare A
Clare A

Very interesting. Do you know what is there now?

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Helen Hines
Helen Hines

1947? You mean 1847?

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Gloria Dorlich
Gloria Dorlich

Babe not 1947. 😉 But ( 1847 )

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Jeanette Combs
Jeanette Combs

They had the Kate Webster story on I.D.'s DEADLY WOMEN. She was a spooky- looking broad....

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Steve Coe
Steve Coe

Great stuff as always 😊👍

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Travis Adams
Travis Adams

Just asking you said with Kate Webster she had 4 kids but all 5 died whats with that

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Zanner Batman
Zanner Batman

I couldn't help but feel sorry for Kate Webster's son, her father, the child's grandfather, would not even take him in, and that's very sad. The child should not have been punished for what his mother did. The Victorian era seems cold and heartless to me.

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Ann McNeal
Ann McNeal

Kate just kept up her lies— I bet anything she was offer her mistresses fat— selling it as lard— and to dress up like the kind lady who gave her a nice place to stay& & a nice job - nd Jill her so brutally.

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Ann McNeal
Ann McNeal

Actually Kate was a drunk and a liar— no wonder her employer was upset— Kate went to a lot of trouble to get rid of her employer— Julia was probably a kind and patient person— being a teacher.

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Ann McNeal
Ann McNeal

So?—- she had two lovers— men back then had sooo many more.

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Sundance Kidd
Sundance Kidd

Kate Webster? If you can't wake up from your nightmare, it means you are not asleep.

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ScarletImp2113
ScarletImp2113

Richard Dadd, a renown painter: "Hey, I just killed my father because a pagan god told me to!" Society: "lol, ok fam, you good. Go to a hospital, there's a good boy." Maria Manning, a maid: "I kind of killed someone?" Society: "FUCKING KILL HER!!" Humans and society, am I right? :P

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ScarletImp2113
ScarletImp2113

@1:50 You meant 1847, right? Pretty sure the Victorian Era was long gone by 1947.

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Lynda O'Neill
Lynda O'Neill

Hard and harsh times.Murders were rife back then,worse than these days.Glad I wasnt around then but I love hearing these creepy srories.Thanks for showing them.

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Cheree Cargill
Cheree Cargill

1947?? I think you mean 1847.

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Nyc Home
Nyc Home

Your production are good but I would like more detail on the individuals like what types of crimes they committed and so on

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Rufus T. Firefly
Rufus T. Firefly

Marie Manning in 1947? Oh, that's all right... You're only off by a hundred years

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Shepherd boy
Shepherd boy

The thumbnail alone on this post is nightmare inducing. LOL

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British Queen
British Queen

Only just come across this channel...but god I love it. I'm a massive fan of creepy stories like this and this captured my interest immediately

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Travis Bickle
Travis Bickle

I tell thee what, that Kate Webster was gorgeous. An absolute page three stunner!

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Lin
Lin

Thank you. This was interesting.

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justaliitlecat lol
justaliitlecat lol

Ur accent haha omg😍

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Winnifred Forbes
Winnifred Forbes

The term "widower" refers to a man. "Widow" is a female.

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Winnifred Forbes
Winnifred Forbes

That Marie woman has such a sweet little face! Kate, on the other hand, yikes!

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SuperBizzle10
SuperBizzle10

kate Webster could star in a horror movie wont need any makeup

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13 Lilies
13 Lilies

You threw me off a little. You said she got married in 1947. Everyone, even me gets the century part of a date wrong from time to time. Kinda funny🌞 I love and look forward to your well done knowledgeable documentaries.

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BROOKIE BROOKE
BROOKIE BROOKE

Murderers in those "simpler" times, I believe were committed mostly by true lunatics. Over money, or revenge killings. Or it was just something evil in them. Today on the other hand...they all (mostly) do it for attention. Just PATHETIC attention seekers. Whose goal is to be on court TV for a month, but they dont think far enough to know that nobody will know their name or even care in a year. We find happiness knowing scumbags like this are rotting away in prison. So u people.. find attention elsewhere.

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Stephanie Krol
Stephanie Krol

Thanks

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Shelley Sayer
Shelley Sayer

The first woman that was mentioned could not have been married in 1947. She would have been over a hundred years old. The narrator said that she was born in 1846.

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Carly Hanson
Carly Hanson

May 1947? Doesn't sound very Victorian

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SungoldEmpire1400
SungoldEmpire1400

CORRECTION: Widow is the female term. Widower is the male term. Julia Martha Thomas was a widow not a widower since she was female.

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Howdy Radio
Howdy Radio

Thank you CC for the upload. Watching from NSW Australia.

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A Huddleston
A Huddleston

Found by a Cole Porter?!?! I thought for a sec....then realised that it was found by a coal porter....wink wink.

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Lozza Heath
Lozza Heath

Let's just Bury him under the kitchen.... Fuck it, no one will notice....

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givmespace
givmespace

wow. gold digging little whores in the Victorian era too lol. whoda thought

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Barbara Himes
Barbara Himes

Gouger....sounds about right.

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Elizabeth Bell
Elizabeth Bell

Thank you for this fascinating and disturbing video. Just so you know Chatham is pronounced Chat-am

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Lori Hamblin-Longoria
Lori Hamblin-Longoria

I specially enjoyed the vintage crime vignettes. It’s like an intriguing history lesson. Keep up the good work.

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MoNinja Benign
MoNinja Benign

First time watching your videos, looks like I'll be back. *walks into meeting and takes the podium* "Hi, (sigh) my name is Mo'nique Shantae. And I'm addicted to YouTube..." 🙋🏾‍♀️

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DARREL X
DARREL X

I suspect that Jack The Ripper was Joseph Vacher, who indeed was the French Ripper.

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