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Dr Thomas Bond and His Profile of Jack the Ripper

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The Chamberlain Hotel

132-135 Minories

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EC3N 1NU

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Dr Thomas Bond’s report written on 10th November 1888 is widely seen as the first attempt at profiling a serial killer. Yet throughout 1888 Dr Bond had been at loggerheads with Commissioner Sir Charles Warren. What was the reason for the dispute? Why was Dr Bond still asked by Robert Anderson to prepare his report? How did it go missing in 1894? And who returned Bond’s autopsy report on Mary Kelly in 1987?

To find out the answers to these questions and more join Adam Wood for a FREE talk at The Chamberlain Hotel on the afternoon of Sunday 2nd February 2020, following which Adam will be signing copies of his long-awaited book SWANSON: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A VICTORIAN DETECTIVE, to be released on 31st January 2020.

Why not join us for Sunday lunch beforehand? The Chamberlain Hotel are offering a two- or three-course lunch, which will be immediately followed by Adam’s lecture. Menus and costs on application to adam@mangobooks.co.uk

The talk takes place the day after the February Whitechapel Society meeting.

Entry to both the free talk and Sunday lunch are by ticket only.

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