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The Dark Corner Podcast
Major Arcana Mix

The Dark Corner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 93:32


For the start of the New Year, DJ Evil Dave of The Dark Corner deleted the many playlists devoted to cards of the Major Arcana. In their stead, he presents a playlist of 22 songs, each devoted to a single trump card within the tarot. The songs are: 1 The Fool by MEDUXA 2 The Magician by Ṟ̶̡̩͕̎̈́͌̉Ẏ̴̡͈̝͈̋̽̉S̴̤͖̠͇̿͌̌͘ 3 Priestess by Ancient Spirit 4 Empress by Koraii 5 Emperor by GENES 6 The Pope by The Eternal Fall 7 All My Lovers by Black Tape for a Blue Girl 8 CHARIOT by Night Leather 9 Spiral Of Strength by Steve Roach 10 Hermit by The House of the Last Lantern 11 Wheel of Fortune (Home Demo) by Malady 12 Justice by Metafloor 13 The Hanged Man by Güttinger 14 Death by Giants Causeway 15 Temperance by .diedlonely 16 The Devil by Invisible Devastation 17 TOWERS FALL by V▲LH▲LL 18 You Are The Star by Alisa Auger 19 MOON by Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys 20 Sun's Here by Dragonfly Lingo 21 Judgement by Calm Gothic 22 Visions of a New World by SPECTRES Music was submitted by the artist or artist's representatives, or was offered for free download as a promotional item.

Culture Club – Radio Notre Dame
L'expo Walter Sickert : « peindre et transgresser »

Culture Club – Radio Notre Dame

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 25:59


Au Petit Palais : l'expo Walter Sickert, «Peindre et transgresser»

Carnival Personnel
CP EP 210 - Burlesque Show For Kids

Carnival Personnel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 108:12


Biff, Joe and Jacques exchange Thanks Undocumented Europeans Genocide Of Natives Giving Day.  Been a couple weeks and this is a long one so make a sandwich of the left overs and buckle in … or play at 1.5 or 2x speed. Jacques following up last Pods chat of taking his sons (12/15) to a drag show with Grandma (Kinky Boots) to this week with Management taking their kids to a spectacular Nightmare Before Christmas Burlesque show featuring the amazing band Walter Sickert & The Army Of Broken Toys! Jacques also yaps his day trip to Oh Canada with his 12 years old – boarder and parking hick-ups - $300 of great candy – being able to eat McDs fries – hanging with friends there and the horror of store NOT selling Molson but stocked on PBR? WHAT?! Joe chats new Xmas special “Spirited” (Ryan Reynolds/Will Ferrell) and how he no longer can watch Wonderful Life or Miracle on 34th Street with ANYONE he knows in the same zip code. Biff breaks down some Japanese crime, some chop stick etiquette and fascination customs as well as a REAL parenting/life tip! SOME world cup and sports talk … relax Jacques, no one is blaming YOU for Qatar's human right awfulness. Walter Sickert and Army Of Broken Toys – Twitter and FB are @Armyoftoys Instagram is @WalterSickert   CP on Twitter: @CarnivalPodcast       Biff on Twitter is @BiffPlaysHockey Joe on Twitter is: @Optigrabber Jacques on Twitter is @TheJacques4 (but really … @CarnivalPodcast)   Opening Song: Gomer by Dan Cray and Beyond Id Closing Song: Rinse and Spit by Dan Cray and Beyond Id

Lust For Live: Boston
This Week In Boston- 11.9.2022

Lust For Live: Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 15:55


In this episode: Host Cliff Notez gives you all the details on where to see ALEX G, STL GLD, ARCADE FIRE, THE PRESERVATION JAZZ HALL BAND, 50 CENT and a dozen more amazing artists in Boston this week. Plus: Lust for Live interviews WALTER SICKERT and we get the inside scoop from LIGHTFOOT.You give us 20 minutes, we'll give you an unforgettable weekend. This is Lust for Live: Boston, the first in a nationwide network of local podcasts that curate this week's concerts, comedy, culture, and live events in your town. Subscribe to us wherever you get your podcasts. Get our weekly events newsletter at lustforlive.xyz. Follow us on Amazon AMP to be notified when we're interviewing artists LIVE. Our interviews are archived at YouTube.com/DoubleElvis.Got an event we missed? Got one coming up? Want to nominate someone else (or yourself!) to be featured on the Lust for Live? Connect with @LustForLiveBOS on Instagram, TikTok, or Twitter. Or shoot us an email at lustforliveBOS@doubleelvis.com

Instant Trivia
Episode 625 - Blank The Blank - The Kids' Table - The Brady Bunch - She's Canadian, Eh? - British Potpourri

Instant Trivia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 7:32


Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 625, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet. Round 1. Category: Blank The Blank 1: Written the night before it was recorded in 1962, it was Ray Stevens' 1st major hit. "Ahab The Arab". 2: Look after a military installation while the troops are out. guard the fort (hold the fort). 3: Obama told this Ohio blue-collar guy spreading the wealth was good; he became part of the McCain campaign. Joe the Plumber. 4: This spokesbovine for Borden began extolling the virtues of milk back in the 1930s. Elsie the Cow. 5: In "Portrait of a Killer", Patricia Cornwell contends that this killer was actor and artist Walter Sickert. Jack the Ripper. Round 2. Category: The Kids' Table 1: Don't have a cow, man, a baby elephant walks away with this term, too. a calf. 2: For young horses, a colt is a male, this is a female. a filly. 3: If this animal category aged a few years, we'd retitle it this. the goats table. 4: As the ugly duckling was really a swan, he was in truth the beautiful this. cygnet. 5: In its youth this "holy" fish can be a tinker or a blinker, or even a spike (if Mr. Lee doesn't sue it). a mackerel. Round 3. Category: The Brady Bunch 1: In 2017 he released his first book, "The TB12 Method: How to Achieve a Lifetime of Sustained Peak Performance". Tom Brady. 2: In a 1917 movie Alice Brady played this flag maker, with lines like "There can be no reward so great as the honor". Betsy Ross. 3: A little jealous, this middle daughter bemoaned, "All I ever hear is 'Marcia, Marcia, Marcia'!". Jan. 4: In 1999 Barry Williams released a CD, "The Return of" this pop star, his alter ego on the show. Johnny Bravo. 5: When the 1993 bill named for him became law, it instituted background checks for gun purchases. (James) Jim Brady. Round 4. Category: She's Canadian, Eh? 1: This Windsor native's 2002 CD "Up!" offers pop and country versions of the same 19 songs. Shania Twain. 2: We've got a hankering for this singer from Consort, Alberta. k.d. lang. 3: As a kid, this angry alt-rocker from Ottawa starred on Nickelodeon's "You Can't Do That on Television". Alanis Morissette. 4: This jazz vocalist from British Columbia lists Carmen McRae and Nat King Cole as her biggest influences. Diana Krall. 5: This teen from Ontario sang about a "Sk8er Boi". Avril Lavigne. Round 5. Category: British Potpourri 1: When the British Crown Jewels aren't on the queen's head, they're on display here. the Tower of London. 2: The daughter of an earl uses this title in front of her name, as Diana Spencer did. Lady. 3: The 2 sphinxes at the base of this famous ancient obelisk were added during the Victorian Era. Cleopatra's Needle. 4: The ancient baths in Bath, England were built by these people soon after they invaded Britain. the Romans. 5: In England it is appropriate to fly the Union Jack on April 23, this saint's day. Saint George. Thanks for listening! Come back tomorrow for more exciting trivia! Special thanks to https://blog.feedspot.com/trivia_podcasts/

Talk Bookish To Me
Serial Killer Book Recommendations [thrillers, horror & nonfiction recs]

Talk Bookish To Me

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 29:26


Who's ready for some SERIAL KILLER book recommendations?! Today Marcy and I are here to share some of the best serial killer books we've read. We have some thriller, horror, and nonfiction recommendations so grab your pen and paper and get ready to jot these down. Marcy's YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiqzzEg9IhdmADK3M5ib8sw Marcy's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/marcyreads/ Books Mentioned Meg by Steve Alten The Cellar by Natasha Preston Daphne by Josh Malerman The Witches of Moonshine Manor by Bianca Marais City of the Dead by Brian Kenne The Eye of Minds by James Dashner Bloodline by Jess Louery 1922 by Stephen King Sallow Bend by Alan Baxter What Moves the Dead by T Kingfisher American Predator by Maureen Callahan Portrait of a Killer: Jack the Ripper Case Closed by Patricia Cornwell Ripper: The Secret Life of Walter Sickert by Patricia Cornwell A Flicker in the Dark by Stacy Willingham Notes on An Execution by Danya Kukafka Chasing the Boogeyman by by Richard Chizmar The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchinson Jar of Hearts by Jennifer Hillier The Chestnut Man by Søren Sveistrup My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing He Started It by Samantha Downing Red Dragon by Thomas Harris Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco There's Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins Ten by Gretchen McNeil These Toxic Things by Rachel Howzell Hall Monkeewrench by P. J. Tracy The Fourth Monkey by J. D. Barker The Phantom Prince by Elizabeth Kendall Buried Beneath the Boarding House by Ryan Green Green River, Running Red by Ann Rule The Stranger Beside Me by Ann Rule Member of the Family: My Story of Charles Manson, Life Inside His Cult, and the Darkness That Ended the Sixties by Dianne Lake - - - - - - - - - Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/talkbookishpodcast Email: talkbookishpodcast@gmail.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkbookishpodcast YouTube: https://bit.ly/3tx08dR YouTube (personal): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdDYG12tL8ExZ58ZvfCJ7vQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/talk-bookish-to-me/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talk-bookish-to-me/support

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“Walter Sickert“Peindre et transgresserau Petit Palais, Parisdu 14 octobre 2022 au 29 janvier 2023Interview de Clara Roca, conservatrice en charge des collections d'arts graphiques des XIXe et XXe siècles, et de la photographie, et co-commisaire de l'exposition,par Anne-Frédérique Fer, à Paris, le 13 octobre 2022, durée 21'17.© FranceFineArt.https://francefineart.com/2022/10/14/3323_walter-sickert_petit-palais/Communiqué de presseCommissariat du Petit Palais :Annick Lemoine, commissaire générale, directrice du Petit PalaisDelphine Lévy, directrice générale de Paris Musées (2013-2020)Clara Roca, conservatrice en charge des collections d'arts graphiques des XIXe et XXe siècles, et de la photographieCommissariat de la Tate Britain :Alex Farquharson, commissaire général, directeur de la Tate BritainEmma Chambers, conservatrice au département Modern British Art, Tate BritainCaroline Corbeau-Parsons, conservatrice des Arts graphiques au musée d'Orsay, ancienne conservatrice au département British Art 1850-1915, de la Tate BritainThomas Kennedy, assistant conservateur au département Modern British Art, Tate Britain Le Petit Palais présente, pour la première fois en France, une grande rétrospective dédiée au peintre anglais Walter Sickert (1860-1942) conçue en partenariat avec la Tate Britain.Cet artiste résolument moderne, aux sujets énigmatiques, est peu présent dans les collections françaises. Pourtant, Sickert tissa des liens artistiques et amicaux avec de nombreux artistes français et importa en Angleterre une manière de peindre très influencée par ses séjours parisiens. Cette exposition est l'occasion de (re)découvrir cet artiste si singulier qui eut un impact décisif sur la peinture figurative anglaise, notamment sur Lucian Freud.Le parcours de l'exposition suit un fil chronologique tout en proposant des focus thématiques sur les grands sujets traversés par son oeuvre.La première section, à travers une sélection d'autoportraits peints tout au long de sa vie, permet d'appréhender sa personnalité à la fois énigmatique, complexe et séduisante. Très provocateur, dans le contexte d'un art académique anglais relativement corseté, Walter Sickert peint des sujets alors jugés trop audacieux comme des scènes de music-hall ou, plus tard, des nus dés-érotisés, présentés de manière prosaïque dans des intérieurs pauvres de Camden Town. Ses choix de couleurs aussi virtuoses qu'étranges, hérités de son apprentissage auprès de Whistler, ainsi que ses cadrages déroutants frappent ses contemporains. À partir de 1890, il voyage de plus en plus régulièrement à Paris et à Dieppe jusqu'à s'installer de 1898 à 1905 dans la station balnéaire dont il peint de nombreuses vues. Il est alors influencé par la scène artistique française et devient un proche d'Edgar Degas, Jacques-Émile Blanche, Pierre Bonnard, Claude Monet ou encore Camille Pissarro. De retour à Londres en 1905, il diffuse sa fine connaissance de la peinture française en Angleterre par ses critiques, son influence sur certaines expositions ou par son enseignement. Il débute à ce moment-là sa série des « modern conversation pieces » qui détourne les scènes de genre classique et traditionnel de la peinture anglaise en des tableaux ambigüs, menaçants voire sordides dont le plus célèbre exemple est celui de la série des « meurtres de Camden Town ». [...] Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Rippercast- Your Podcast on the Jack the Ripper murders
Dr. Billy Rough ‘The Art of Murder: The Strange Case of Walter Sickert & Jack the Ripper’

Rippercast- Your Podcast on the Jack the Ripper murders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 40:09


From the 2022 Casebook: Jack the Ripper Conference 9 October 2022 Dr. Billy Rough-The Art of Murder- The Strange Case of Walter Sickert & Jack the Ripper

WEBURLESQUE
MusicThatMadeWE #31: Mary Widow (Season 2 Finale)

WEBURLESQUE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 95:17


Actual rockstar, Boston's Mary Widow is a true creature of the night, from performing with Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys, stripping in ridiculous and glorious costumes in burlesque shows, and recently completing the horror film MAIRZY DOATS.  She goes into her catalog of musical memories, from playing Magenta in Rocky Horror, her dizzying adventure as backup cheerleader for Weird Al Yankovic, and icons like Bowie and Gene Kelly who influenced Mary as a triple threat. The Music That Made WE is a creation of WEBurlesque Podcast Network, produced by Viktor Devonne. Mary Widow on WEBurlesque Mary Widow on IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm5452613/ Mary on IG: @mary_widow https://armyoftoys.bandcamp.com/ Mary performing with Weird Al Yankovic at the Orpheum Theater in 2011: https://youtu.be/3aGZ4V2J3FM [Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act in 1976; Allowance is made for “Fair Use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. All rights and credit go directly to its rightful owners. No copyright infringement intended.]  – Produced by Viktor Devonne, reigning Mr Hollywood Burlesque Produced by Viktor Devonne, reigning Mr Hollywood Burlesque WEBurlesque Podcast Nework is the creation of Viktor Devonne. Podcast Network logo artwork by Logan Laveau, WEBurlesque the Podcast cover art photography by Atticus Stevenson. Incidental music via pixabay.com under fair use. Visit weburlesquepodcast.com for notes on this and every episode. Follow @weburlesque and @viktordevonne on just about every platform, and support the podcast via patreon.com/weburlesque or via Venmo @Viktor-Devonne. Don't got the cash? Please follow, subscribe, and give 5 stars on every platform you can get your hands on. It really does help. All original material is owned by Viktor Devonne and White Elephant Burlesque Corporation; all other materials property of their respective copyright. No infringement, while likely, is intended.

Hazel Stainer
Walter Sickert

Hazel Stainer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 14:52


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://hazelstainer.wordpress.com/2022/07/01/walter-sickert/

WEBURLESQUE
S6E161: Here Lies the Bodice of Mary Widow

WEBURLESQUE

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 67:01


Co-creator of Boston's seminal Black Cat Burlesque Mary Widow has made brilliant waves in Massachusetts as a singer, dancer, actor, and writer in burlesque and the theatre.  You may hear her voice as part of Walter Sickert and the Army of the Broken Toys, ridiculous striptease routines with the Slaughterhouse Society, or her impending appearance in the short horror film Mairzy Doats. We chat out backstage fun, stage triumphs, and the betrayls from casting directors for the musical Annie.  [rec: April 6, 2022] Mary Widow on IG: @mary_widow @jimmyshelter1973 @armyoftoys https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1731476206 — WEBurlesque Podcast Nework is the creation of Viktor Devonne. Episode 161 call hook by Ellie Quinn. Podcast artwork by Logan Laveau, WEBurlesque the Podcast cover art photography by Atticus Stevenson. Theme song, “On a 45” by This Way to the Egress, used with permission. Incidental music via pixabay.com under fair use. Visit weburlesquepodcast.com for notes on this and every episode. Follow @weburlesque and @viktordevonne on just about every platform, and support the podcast via patreon.com/weburlesque or via Venmo @Viktor-Devonne. Don't got the cash? Please follow, subscribe, and give 5 stars on every platform you can get your hands on. It really does help. All original material is owned by Viktor Devonne and White Elephant Burlesque Corporation; all other materials property of their respective copyright. No infringement, while likely, is intended.  

Diary of a Wannabe Human
Ep141 - Bunting, Boobs & Brushstrokes

Diary of a Wannabe Human

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 3:10


21st May - Lunch with a chum and a visit to the Tate Britain to see Walter Sickert's artwork. Much love and gratitude, Belle x

Kultur heute Beiträge - Deutschlandfunk
Grusel und Genie: Walter Sickert in der Tate Britain

Kultur heute Beiträge - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 4:41


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The Week in Art
French election: what now for the art scene? Plus, Walter Sickert and Gordon Parks

The Week in Art

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 54:12 Very Popular


This week, now that the pro-European centrist Emmanuel Macron has defeated the far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in the French presidential election, we speak to Anaël Pigeat, editor-at-large at The Art Newspaper France, about the Macron government's cultural record so far and what we can expect from his second term. Tate Britain has opened an exhibition of work by the late 19th- and early 20th-century British painter Walter Sickert; we take a tour of the show with one of its curators, Thomas Kennedy. And in this episode's Work of the Week, The Art Newspaper's associate editor, Tom Seymour, talks to Dan Leers of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, US, about A workman lifts a drum from a boiling lye solution, March 1944, a photograph in the museum's new exhibition, Gordon Parks in Pittsburgh, 1944/1946.Walter Sickert, Tate Britain, London, until 18 September; Petit Palais, Paris, 14 October-29 January 2023.Gordon Parks in Pittsburgh, 1944/1946, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, 30 April-7 August. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Front Row
The Corn is Green play and Walter Sickert exhibition reviewed, Cherylee Houston

Front Row

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 42:20


Observer theatre critic Susannah Clapp and broadcaster and Editor of the Wales Art Review Gary Raymond review The Corn is Green at the National Theatre and Tate Britain's Walter Sickert exhibition. And Samira talks to actor actor Cherylee Houston, best known as Coronation Street's Izzy Armstrong, who is also co-founder of the The TripleC organisation, which has just won BAFTA's TV Special Craft award, talks about working to improve access and inclusion for disabled artists in the screen industries. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Harry Parker

Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Grusel und Genie - Retrospektive Walter Sickert in der Londoner Tate-Gallerie

Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 4:41


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Midnight Train Podcast
Jack the Ripper Part 2. Like Seriously. Who Was This guy?

Midnight Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 104:30


Ep.151 Pt.2 Ripper suspects   This week in part 2…. Suspects in the jack the ripper case… there's a ton…like pretty much everyone alive at the time of the murders…and maybe some that weren't…who knows. So here we frigging go!    Montague John Druitt:   Although there may not be any concrete, scientific evidence against him, the Jack, The Ripper murders in London's East End ended after Druitt's suicide convinced one London detective (Melville Leslie Macnaghten) that Druitt was, in fact, Jack The Ripper himself.    Montague John Druitt, son of prominent local surgeon William Druitt, was a Dorset-born barrister. He also worked as an assistant schoolmaster in Blackheath, London, to supplement his income. Outside of work, his primary interest was cricket.   He played alongside the likes of Francis Lacey, the first man knighted for services to cricket. His numerous accolades in the game include dismissing John Shuter for a duck. The England batsman was playing for Bexley Cricket Club at the time.   On the recommendation of Charles Seymour and noted fielder Vernon Royle, Druitt was elected to the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) on May 26th, 1884. One of the minor matches for MCC was with England bowler William Attewell against Harrow School on June 10th, 1886. The MCC won by 57 runs.   Montague John Druitt's decomposed body was found floating in the Thames near Chiswick on December 31st, 1888. He had a return train ticket to Hammersmith dated December 1st, a silver watch, a cheque for £50 and £16 in gold (equivalent to £5,600 and £1,800 today).   He is believed to have committed suicide, a line of thought substantiated by the fact there were stones in his pockets. Possibly to keep his body submerged in the river.   The cause of his suicide is said to be his dismissal from his post at the Blackheath boys' school. The reason for his release is unclear. However, one newspaper, quoting his brother William's inquest testimony, reported being dismissed because he "had got into serious trouble." Although, it did not specify any further.   Several authors have suggested that Druitt may have been dismissed because he was a homosexual or a pederast. Another speculation is that the money found on his body would be used for payment to a blackmailer, or it could have simply been a final payment from the school.   Another possibility involving his dismissal and eventual death is an underlying hereditary psychiatric illness. His mother had already attempted suicide once by taking an overdose of laudanum. She died in an asylum in Chiswick in 1890. In addition, both his Grandmother and eldest sister committed suicide, while his aunt also attempted suicide.   A note written by Druitt and addressed to his brother William was found in Druitt's room in Blackheath. It read,                "Since Friday I felt that I was going to be like mother, and the best thing for me was to die."   The last of the canonical five murders had taken place shortly before Druitt's suicide. Following his death, there were no more ripper murders.   In 1891, a member of parliament from West Dorchester, England, began saying that the Ripper was "the son of a surgeon" who had committed suicide on the night of the last murder.   Assistant Chief Constable Sir Melville Macnaghten named Druitt as a suspect in the case.   He did so in a private hand-written memorandum on February 23rd, 1894. Macnaghten highlighted the coincidence between Druitt's disappearance and death shortly after the last of the five murders.   He also claimed to have unspecified "private information." One that left "little doubt" that Druitt's own family believed him to have been the murderer.   The memorandum read:    "I have always held strong opinions regarding him, and the more I think the matter over, the stronger do these opinions become. The truth, however, will never be known, and did indeed, at one time lie at the bottom of the Thames, if my conjections be correct!"   Macnaghten was convinced that Montague John Druitt was the serial killer they had long been looking for. However, he incorrectly described the 31-year old barrister as a 41-year-old doctor and cited allegations that he "was sexually insane" without specifying the source or details of the allegations.   Macnaghten did not join the force until 1889, after the murder of Kelly and the death of Druitt. He was also not involved in the investigation directly and is likely to have been misinformed.   There is also the case of Druitt playing Cricket games far away from London during many of the murders.   On September 1st, the day after the murder of Nichols, Druitt was in Dorset playing cricket. On the day of Chapman's murder, he played cricket in Blackheath. The day after the murders of Stride and Eddowes, he was in the West Country defending a client in a court case.   Some writers such as Andrew Spallek and Tom Cullen have argued that Druitt had the time and opportunity to travel by train between London and his cricket and legal engagements. He could have even used his city chambers as a base from which to commit the murders. However, several others have dismissed the claim as "improbable."   For instance, Druitt took 3 wickets in the match against the Christopherson brothers at Blackheath on September 8th, the day of the Chapman murder. He was on the field at 11.30 AM for the game and performed out of his skin. An event unlikely if he were walking the streets of London committing a murder at 5:30 AM.   Most experts now believe that the killer was local to Whitechapel. On the other hand, Druitt lived miles away on the other side of the Thames in Kent. Even Inspector Frederick Abberline appeared to dismiss Druitt as a serious suspect because the only evidence against him was the coincidental timing of his suicide shortly after the last canonical murder. Aaron Kosminski:   Aaron Kosminski was not a stable man. In 1891, he was sent to Colney Hatch Asylum. Psychiatric reports made during Kosminski's time there state that Kosminski heard auditory hallucinations that directed him to do things. Although some claim that Kosminski wasn't violent, there is a record of him threatening his own sister with a knife.    The "canonical five" murders which wrapped up the sum of the Ripper's official kills, stopped soon after Kosminski was put into an asylum. Present-day doctors think Kosminski might have been a paranoid schizophrenic, but it sure is suspicious that his institutionalization fits the timeline of Jack the Ripper.    Kosminski threatened his sister with a knife. Jack the Ripper is infamous for the violent way he murdered his female victims. This serial killer did things like slashing throats, removing organs, and severely disfiguring faces. The crimes he committed were grisly and suggested a severe hatred of women.    Kosminski definitely fits the description of hating women. He was terrible at socializing with women, and according to Chief Constable Melville Macnaghten, he was known for his profound resentment of women.    Macnaghten wrote, "This man became insane due to indulgence in solitary vices for many years. He had a great hatred of women, especially of the prostitute class, & had strong homicidal tendencies."    Hating prostitutes and suspected as being capable of murder? Kosminski is looking better and better as the chief Jack the Ripper suspect.    On the night of one of the murders, a woman named Elizabeth Long said she heard the man's voice who led Jack the Ripper victim, Annie Chapman, to her death. Long said she listened to the man ask Annie, "Will you?" as they were discussing their sex work arrangement. Long described the man's voice as having an accent.    Kosminski, as a Polish Jew, had an accent. A clue left on a Goulston Street wall in London suggested that Jack the Ripper had a native language other than English as well. The person who wrote the message spelled the word "Juwes" instead of "Jews." The entire statement read, "The Juwes are the men that will not be blamed for nothing." It was never understood what was actually meant by it.    What's more, Macnaghten wrote this about a suspect spotted fleeing on the night of Catherine Eddowes' murder: "This man in appearance strongly resembled the individual seen by the City P.C. near Mitre Square."    Care to guess who "the individual seen by the City P.C." Macnaughten referred to was? That's right. He was talking about Aaron Kosminski! Although reports of Jack the Ripper's appearance, in general, were inconsistent, Kosminski fit the appearance of someone spotted at one of the crime scenes. Macnaghten's report has been discredited, though, so take this information as you will.    In 2007, a man named Russel Edwards wanted to confirm the identity of Jack the Ripper so severely that he acquired the shawl of Jack the Ripper victim Catherine Eddowes. He had the shawl's DNA tested and confirmed that the genetic material on the shawl traced back to one of Kosminski's living relatives.    Edwards had written a book entitled, Naming Jack the Ripper, thus having something to gain, so people didn't believe this analysis. That is until the DNA was studied by an unrelated peer-reviewed science journal. In 2019, The Journal of Forensic Sciences confirmed that the DNA did indeed match Aaron Kosminski. The results were apparently sketchy and not tested again until 2019 by Liverpool John Moores University and the University of Leeds. The DNA presented matched the descendants of Kosminski and Eddowes. Although, the shawl was never documented in police custody.   Francis Craig:    Born in 1837 in Acton, west London, Francis Spurzheim Craig was the son of a well-known Victorian social reformer.   His father, ET Craig, was a writer and advocate of phrenology – interpreting personality types by feeling the shape of the head – a so-called "science" that was already falling out of fashion by the Ripper murders.   However, the family moved into influential west London circles, counting William Morris, the socialist and founder of the Arts and Crafts movement, among their friends.   Craig, like his father, was a journalist but not a successful one. Friends described him as sensitive yet stubborn.   After a period in the United States from 1864 to 1866, Craig spent time in local newspapers but in the 1871 Census listed himself as a person of "No occupation."   By 1875 he had been appointed editor of the Bucks Advertiser and Aylesbury News.   Here, Craig's journalism career suffered an almost terminal blow when he was caught cribbing reports from The Daily Telegraph and was brutally exposed as a plagiarist by a rival publication.   It is not known how he met Elizabeth Weston Davies – it may have been at William Morris' social gatherings – but they married on Christmas Eve 1884 in Hammersmith.   Just a few months later – on May 19th, 1885 – she was seen entering a private hotel near their marital home in Argyll Square, King's Cross, with a "young man … at 10 o'clock at night".   The book says it was a crushing blow for Craig, who had been unaware of his wife's involvement in prostitution.   She left and went into hiding in the East End under the pseudonym Mary Jane Kelly.   In The Real Mary Kelly, author Wynne Weston-Davies suggests Craig suffered from a mental illness, namely schizo-typal personality disorder.   Craig followed her to Whitechapel, taking lodgings at 306 Mile End Road.   He tried to locate the only woman he had ever loved, and as time passed, his love for her turned to hatred.   Then, he plotted to murder her, disguising his involvement by killing a series of prostitutes beforehand, the book suggests.   A few months after the murder of Elizabeth/Mary Jane, Craig left the East End and returned to west London as editor of the Indicator and West London News, a job he held until 1896.   In 1903, while living in lodgings at Carthew Road, Hammersmith, Craig cut his throat with a razor, leaving his landlady a note which read: "I have suffered a deal of pain and agony."   He did not die until four days later, Sunday, March 8th, 1903, and in an inquest, the coroner recorded a verdict of "Suicide whilst of unsound mind and when irresponsible for his actions."   Dr. Weston-Davies plans to exhume Elizabeth/Mary Jane's body to carry out DNA analysis, which he believes will show the true identity of the Ripper's final victim and, therefore, prove Craig's motive for the murders.   Carl Feigenbaum:   Carl Feigenbaum was most certainly a convicted murderer.   Indeed, he was convicted of and executed for the murder of Mrs. Juliana Hoffman, a 56-year-old widow who lived in two rooms above a shop at 544 East Sixth Street, New York, with her 16-year-old son, Michael.   Feigenbaum told the Hoffman's that he had lost his job as a gardener and therefore had no money. However, he assured them that he had been promised a job as a florist and that, once he was paid, on Saturday, September 1st, 1894, he would be able to pay them the rent that he owed. The Hoffmans took him at his word, a trust that would prove fatal for Mrs. Hoffman.   As a consequence of their having a lodger, who was given the rear of the two rooms, mother and son shared the front room, Juliana sleeping in the bed, and Michael occupying a couch at the foot of her bed.   Shortly after midnight, in the early hours of September 1st, 1894, Michael was woken by a scream, and, looking across to his mother's bed, he saw their lodger leaning over her, brandishing a knife. Michael lunged at Feigenbaum, who turned around and came at him with the knife.   Realizing he would be no match against an armed man, Michael escaped out of a window and began screaming for help.   Looking through the window, Michael watched in horror as Feigenbaum stabbed his mother in the neck and then cut her throat, severing the jugular. Juliana made one final attempt to defend herself and advanced toward her attacker, but she collapsed and fell to the floor.   Feigenbaum then returned to his room. H escaped out of the window, climbed down into the yard, and washed his hands at the pump. He then made his way out into an alleyway that led to the street.   So, how did his name become linked to the Whitechapel murders of 1888?   In a nutshell, he reputedly confessed to having been Jack the Ripper shortly before his execution.   It is noticeable that the British press didn't pay much attention to the trial of Carl Feigenbaum - until, following his execution, one of his lawyers made an eleventh-hour confession public.   Suddenly, articles about his confession began appearing in British newspapers, one of which was the following report, which appeared in Reynolds's Newspaper on Sunday, 3rd, May 1896:-                "An impression, based on an eleventh-hour confession and other evidence, prevails that Carl Feigenbaum, who was executed at Sing Sing on Monday, the real murderer of the New York outcast, nick-named Shakespeare, is possibly Jack the Ripper, of Whitechapel notoriety.   The proofs, however, are far from positive."   A week later, on Sunday, May 10th, 1896, Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper published a more detailed account of the confession, which had been made to his lawyer, William Stamford Lawton:-   "THE AMERICAN JACK THE RIPPER Carl Feigenbaum, who was executed in the electric chair at Sing Sing last week, is reported to have left a remarkable confession with his lawyer.   The account of the lawyer reads:-   "I have a statement to make, which may throw some light on the murder for which the man I represented was executed. Now that Feigenbaum is dead and nothing more can be done for him in this world, I want to say as his counsel that I am absolutely sure of his guilt in this case, and I feel morally certain that he is the man who committed many, if not all, of the Whitechapel murders.   Here are my reasons, and on this statement, I pledge my honour.   When Feigenbaum was in the Tombs awaiting trial, I saw him several times.   The evidence in his case seemed so clear that I cast about for a theory of insanity. Certain actions denoted a decided mental weakness somewhere.   When I asked him point blank, "Did you kill Mrs. Hoffman?", he made this reply:- "I have for years suffered from a singular-disease, which induces an all absorbing passion; this passion manifests itself in a desire to kill and mutilate the woman who falls in my way.   At such times I am unable to control myself."   On my next visit to the Tombs I asked him whether he had not been in London at various times during the whole period covered by the Whitechapel murders?   "Yes, I was," he answered.   I asked him whether he could not explain some of these cases: on the theory which he had suggested to me, and he simply looked at me in reply."   The statement, which is a long one, proves conclusively that Feigenbaum was more or less insane, but the evidence of his identity with the notorious Whitechapel criminal is not satisfactory."   Hmmm... Of course, many disagree with this and do not believe the confession.   In truth, there is no compelling evidence to suggest that Lawton may have been lying about what his client had told him, and it might just have been that Feigenbaum may have thought that, in confessing to the Whitechapel murders, he would buy him a little extra time.   Walter Sickert: The English Painter   The name of Walter Sickert has been linked to the Jack the Ripper murders by several authors. However, his role in the killings has been said to have varied enormously over the years.   According to some authors, he was an accomplice in the Whitechapel Murders, while others depicted him as knowing who was responsible for the crimes and duly informing them.   But, according to the crime novelist Patricia Cornwell in her 2002 book "Portrait of a Killer - Jack the Ripper Case Closed," Sickert was, in fact, the man who carried out the crimes that became known as the Jack the Ripper Murders.   According to Cornwell's theory, Walter Sickert had been made impotent by a series of painful childhood operations for a fistula of the penis.   This impotence had scarred him emotionally and had left him with a pathological hatred of women, which, in time, led him to carry out the series of murders in the East End of London.   Doubts were raised about her theory when it was pointed out that St Mark's Hospital, where the operations on the young Sickert were supposedly performed, specialized in rectal and not genital fistulas.   Butts, not nuts.   So what evidence is there to suggest that Sickert possessed a pathological hatred of women?   Again, not shit, really. In "Portrait of a killer," Cornwell cites a series of Sickert's paintings inspired by the murder in 1908 of a Camden Town prostitute by Emily Dimmock. According to Patricia Cornwall's hypothesis, this series of pictures bears a striking resemblance to the post-mortem photographs of the victims of Jack the Ripper.   Now there is little doubt that Sickert was fascinated by murder and finding different ways to depict the menace of the crime and the criminal.   But, to cite this as evidence that he was actually a murderer - and, specifically, the murderer who carried out the Jack the Ripper killings - is hardly definitive proof.   As you passengers more than likely know, when looking at a particular Jack the Ripper suspect or any murder suspect, you need to be able to link your suspect with the crime.   You need to, for example, be able to place them at the scene of the crime, duh.   Here again, the case against Sickert unravels slightly since evidence suggests that he may not even have been in England when the murders were committed.   Many letters from several family members refer to him vacationing in France for a period corresponding to most of the Ripper murders.   Although it's been suggested that he might have traveled to London to commit the murders and then returned to France, no evidence has been produced to indicate that he did so.   Cornwall also contends that Sickert was responsible for writing most of the Jack the Ripper correspondence and frequently uses statements made in those letters to strengthen her case against him.   Authorities on the case and the police at the time, nearly all, share the opinion that none of the letters - not even the Dear Boss missive that gave him his name - was the work of the killer.   In addition, there is the problem that the style of the letters varies so significantly in grammatical structure, spelling, and hand-writing that it is almost impossible for a single author to have created all of them.   In her quest to prove Sickert's guilt, Cornwall also funded DNA tests on numerous stamps and envelopes, which she believed that Sickert had licked and compared the DNA to that found on the Ripper letters. Interestingly, a possible match was found with the stamp on the Dr. Openshaw letter.   Critics, however, have pointed out that the DNA comparisons focused on mitochondrial DNA, which could be shared by anything from between 1% and 10% of the population, so it was hardly unique to Sickert.   The last characters are generally considered the top suspects in the car; however that hasn't stopped many others from being implicated. Including known serial killers and even royalty.   H.H. Holmes:   He is known as "America's First Serial Killer," but some believe America was not his only hunting ground.    Jeff Mudgett, a lawyer and former Commander in the U.S. Naval Reserve, claims that his great-great-grandfather, H.H. Holmes, was DUN DUN, Jack the Ripper. Mudgett bases his assertions on the writings in two diaries he inherited from Holmes, which detail Holmes's participation in the murder and mutilation of numerous prostitutes in London. Mudgett also claims that the man who died in the public hanging on May 7th, 1896, was not Holmes, but rather a man that Holmes tricked into going to the gallows in his place.   Travel documentation and witness accounts also lend themselves to the theory that Jack the Ripper and Holmes are the same. The biggest issue with Holmes and the Ripper being the same psychopathic man is that one was in Chicago and the other in London when international travel was not as easy as it is now. Back then, traveling between the U.K. and the U.S. was by boat, which could take about a month. However, with the Ripper killings ending in early 1889 and the first Holmes killing at the end of 1889, the timeline is entirely possible.   It is recorded that a passenger by the name of H. Holmes traveled from the U.K. to the U.S. at that time. Holmes is a pretty popular last name, and H.H. Holmes' legal name was actually Herman Webster Mudgett, but it is possible.   In addition, based on accounts and descriptions of Jack the Ripper, multiple sketch artists were able to come up with a drawing of Jack the Ripper, which looked eerily similar to H.H. Holmes. However, another account describes Jack the Ripper as having "brown eyes and brown hair," which could really be anyone.   Experts deny that H.H. Holmes and Jack the Ripper are the same person because they had different motives. While Jack the Ripper typically went after poor women who were sex workers, H.H. Holmes was naturally after money. He was adept at moving accounts and signing life insurance over to his many aliases. In addition, he'd try to find people disconnected from family or else murder entire families and siblings to take inheritances.   Of the deniers to the theory, Jeff Mudgett had this to say:   "There are too many coincidences for this to be another bogus theory,"     "I know that the evidence is out there to prove my theory and I'm not going to give up until I find it."   Except for those diaries he claims to have. He refuses to show anyone, even going as far as to not print pictures of them in his book. His excuse for this is that it's "technically evidence" and could be confiscated by law enforcement because there is no statute of limitations on murder.   Prince Albert Victor: The guy with the dick jewelry name.   Everyone loves a conspiracy theory, and there have been few better than the theory of Prince Albert Victor impregnating a "shop girl" named Annie Crook. Obviously, the royal family had Queen Victoria's physician Dr. Gull brutalize her at a mental institution until she forgot everything. She then left the illegitimate child with prostitute Mary Kelly, who blabbed about the relationship to her friends (also prostitutes). With this scandalous knowledge, they were quickly and quietly disposed of – in a series of killings so grisly and high profile that we're still talking about them over a century later. There is also talk of him contracting syphilis from his many days of frolicking in East End brothels, causing him to become "insane" and, naturally, a serial killer. Unfortunately, the story is spoiled by his being out of London during the murders. Oh, and the total lack of evidence for any of this.   Lewis Carroll: Ya know, the Alice in Wonderland author.   Even though more than 500 people have been accused as Ripper suspects at one time or another, the most outlandish must be Richard Wallace's theory in his 1996 book, "Jack the Ripper, Light-Hearted Friend." Wallace took passages from Carroll's children's books and derived garbage anagrams from them, changing and leaving out letters as they suited his bizarre purposes. Watch the documentary "Sons of Sam for more idiocy like this." People always seem to find a way to contort information to fit their agendas. But I digress. From The Nursery Alice, he took "So she wandered away, through the wood, carrying the ugly little thing with her. And a great job it was to keep hold of it, it wriggled about so. But at last she found out that the proper way was to keep tight hold of its left foot and its right ear" and turned it into "She wriggled about so! But at last Dodgson and Bayne found a way to keep hold of the fat little whore. I got a tight hold of her and slit her throat, left ear to right. It was tough, wet, disgusting, too. So weary of it, they threw up – Jack the Ripper".    If that's proof, I don't know what isn't.   Dr. Thomas Neill Cream:   This doctor was hanged for an unrelated murder at Newgate Prison. His executioner, James Billington, swears Cream's last words were "I am Jack the …," Which is weird if your name is Thomas. It was taken by many as a confession to being Jack the Ripper, of course, but being cut off by his execution meant no one managed to quiz him on it. He was in prison at the time of the murders, and the notion that he was out killing prostitutes while a "lookalike" served his prison sentence for him is, to say the least, unlikely.   Mary' Jill the Ripper' Pearcey:   The only female suspect at the time, Mary Pearcey, was convicted of murdering her lover's wife, and some suspect her of being behind the Whitechapel killings as well – though the evidence is pretty much nonexistent. Sherlock creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle speculated that a woman could have carried around blood-stained clothing without suspicion if she had pretended to be a midwife. DNA results found by an Australian scientist in 2006 suggested the Ripper "may have been a woman" – but only because they were inconclusive.   Michael Ostrog:   Much of Michael Ostrog's life is wreathed in shadow; clearly, this was a man who liked to keep his secrets close to his chest.   Ostrog was born in Russia in approximately 1833. However, we know little of his life until he arrived in the U.K. in 1863. Unfortunately, it seems as though Michael Ostrog had already committed to a life of scams, robbery, and petty theft.   In 1863, he was arrested and jailed for 10 months for trying to rob the University of Oxford. He was also using the alias of 'Max Grief,' a trend that would continue later on in his life.   Michael Ostrog was not considered a Jack the Ripper suspect until his name was mentioned alongside several other notable Ripper suspects in a memorandum in 1894. Sir Melville Macnaghten was the Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police in London between 1903 and 1913, yet he also played a role in the Whitechapel Murders case. In this memorandum, he proposed Michael Ostrog as one of the most likely Jack the Ripper suspects (in his opinion) alongside Montague John Druitt and Aaron Kosminski.   However, despite Macnaghten's belief in his guilt, it was never proven that Michael Ostrog committed any murders. Thefts, robberies, scams, and fraud – yes, but murders? The evidence remains inconclusive.   Francis Tumblety:   Born in 1833, Francis Tumblety's humble start in life is a mystery. Some sources say that he was born in Ireland, while others suggest he was born in Canada. Regardless, we know that he moved to Rochester, New York, with his family within his life's first decade or so.   Tumblety moved around a lot during the 1850s and 1860s, staying in various places across the U.S. and Canada but never truly settling or finding a permanent home for himself. He posed as a doctor on his travels, claiming to have secret knowledge of mystical cures and medicines from India, but, likely, this was simply fabricated to drum up more business and interest in his services.   He was arrested in Canada twice – once for performing illegal abortions, then again for a patient's sudden, suspicious death. In 1865, Tumblety lived in Missouri under the fake name of 'Dr Blackburn.' However, this backfired spectacularly when he was mistakenly taken for the real Dr. Blackburn, who was actually wanted by police in connection with the murder of Abraham Lincoln! As a result, Francis Tumblety was arrested once again. Dumbass.   Sometime in the intervening years, Tumblety moved across the pond - possibly to escape further arrests - and was known to be living in London by the summer of 1888. He again posed as a doctor and peddled his fabricated trade to unsuspecting Londoners.   The police began to investigate Tumblety in August of that year, possibly because he was a Jack the Ripper suspect and due to the nature of his business. Sadly, the files and notes from the Victorian investigation have been lost over the years. However, many Ripperologists have since weighed in to give their opinions.   Interestingly, at the time, there had been rumors that an American doctor had approached the London Pathology Museum, reportedly in an attempt to purchase the uteruses of deceased women. Could this have been Francis Tumblety, or was it just a strange coincidence? An unusual request, for sure. However, a line of inquiry like this would have been taken extremely seriously by detectives at the height of Jack the Ripper's reign of terror.   Eventually, Tumblety's luck ran out, and on November 7th, 1888, he was arrested in London. Although the arrest specifics are not known today, we see that he was arrested for "unnatural offences," which could have meant several different things. This could also have referred to homosexual relations or rape, as homosexuality was still illegal.   He was released on bail, which crucially means that he was accessible and potentially able to have committed the horrific murder of Mary Jane Kelly on November 9th, 1888. The timeframe fits, and evidently, the police came to this conclusion, too, as Tumblety was subsequently rearrested on November 12th and held on suspicion of murdering Mary Jane Kelly.   Released on bail once again on November 16th, Francis Tumblety took the opportunity to flee London. Instead, he headed to France before returning to the U.S.  Tumblety then did a vanishing act and seemingly disappeared into the ether.   The next few years were a mystery, and Tumblety did not surface again until 1893, five years later. He lived out the remainder of his life in his childhood home in Rochester, New York, where he died in 1903 as a wealthy man.   The evidence certainly seems to point towards Tumblety's guilt, and indeed, the fact that he was arrested multiple times in connection with the Ripper murders suggests that he was undoubtedly one of the police's top Jack the Ripper suspects.   Today, many of the details have been lost over the years. The original Scotland Yard files are missing, meaning that we don't know why Tumblety was charged – or what he was charged with in connection to the Whitechapel Murders. However, we can learn from the arrests that the evidence brought against Tumblety could not have been watertight. Otherwise, he would never have been released on bail. It seems there was still an element of doubt in the minds of the detectives.   David Cohen:   The theory put together, pinning the chilling Whitechapel murders on one David Cohen, claims that this name was actually the 'John Doe' identity given to him at the time. He was taken in when found stumbling through the streets of East End London in December of 1888, a few short months after the autumn of terror. However, it is claimed that Cohen's real name was Nathan Kaminsky, a Polish Jew that matched the description of the wanted man known as 'Leather Apron,' who would later form the pseudonym of Jack the Ripper.   Cohen, born in 1865, was not actually named as a potential suspect in the Jack the Ripper case until Martin Fido's book 'The Crimes, Detection and Death of Jack the Ripper was published in 1987 – almost 100 years later. The book detailed Cohen's alleged erratic and violent behavior, making him a good fit for the killers' profile. As per an 1895 article by Sir Robert Anderson, who was the Assistant Commissioner CID at Scotland Yard at the time of the murders, it becomes apparent that the killer was identified by a witness. The witness, however, refused to come forward in an official capacity, leading Anderson to write, "the only person who had ever had a good view of the murderer unhesitatingly identified the suspect the instant he was confronted with him; but he refused to give evidence against him."   Later, in his 1910 book 'The Lighter Side of My Official Life,' Anderson published a memoir hand-written by ex-Superintendent Donald S. Swanson, in which he named Aaron Kosminski as the suspect who matched the description of a Polish Jew. The passage reads: "The suspect had, at the Seaside Home where he had been sent by us with difficulty in order to subject him to identification, and he knew he was identified."   "On suspect's return to his brother's house in Whitechapel he was watched by the police (City CID) by day & night. In time, the suspect with his hands tied behind his back, he was sent to Stephney Workhouse and then to Colney Hatch and died shortly afterwards - Kosminski was the suspect – DSS."   Last one.   Lastly, on our list is one I didn't know anything about. As I was going through the research Moody so eloquently and diligently accrued, I stumbled up one more suspect.    There is little information about the suspect, but apparently, he was a traveling charioteer with accessibility to and from the White Chapel district during the murders. Unfortunately, his birthdate is unknown, making his age impossible to gauge. The only thing Scotland Yard has on file is a single word found near 2 of the victims and a noise heard by a handful of citizens who were close to the scene of the crimes.   That word was "Candy," and that horrible, unsettling sound was that of a rattling wallet chain...    Honestly, we could go on all day, but everything from here gets pretty convoluted. But, honestly, there's always a link if you stretch it far enough.   https://www.jack-the-ripper.org/films.htm

Bureau of Lost Culture
A Countercultural History of Camden Town

Bureau of Lost Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2022 59:59


* Withnail and I, Poets, Spiritualists, Irish, Spanish and Hugenot immigrants, Serial Killers, Artists, Railway workers, William Blake, Rimbaud and Verlaine, Walter Sickert, Sex, Drugs, Rock'n'Roll, Music Hall, Folk, Britpop, Levitation, The Roundhouse, Cecil Sharp House, The New Jerusalem, Markets, Markets, Markets..   * Writer, researcher and walker of Lost Rivers Tom Bolton leads us up and out of The Bureau to wander through the streets and stories of the London Borough of Camden - for decades, the down and dirty end of the countercultural city - in search of the strange spirits that still pervade its highways and byways.   * For more on Tom and his work https://tombolton.co.uk   * Bureau Home www.bureauoflostculture.com * Bureau Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bureauoflostculture/ * The Bureau Newsletter  https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/N0ZYoFu/BOLC 

The Dark Corner Podcast
Making Bloody Playlists

The Dark Corner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 55:52


In this episode of The Dark Corner, DJ Evil Dave reveals his process for making playlists. For instance, he describes how he finds inspiration. Also, he goes step by step through the basic process of uploading and layering tracks. Finally, he showcases the results of those steps in a new playlist, the songs of which are listed below. 1. Blood by Luna Reign from Wrapped By Bats VOL 1 2. My Lover's Blood by The Womb from Britpop 3. Blood in the Saddle of my Heart - Unplugged by Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys from THE CUTTING HORSE 4. Blood of the Titans by Dawn of Ashes from The Antinomian 5. Bloodthirsty by Decree from Fateless 6. Benjamite Bloodline by LEGEND from Fearless 7. Bloodless by Kuadrumana from The Gamodeme 8. Blood Under The Bridge by BlackieBlueBird from Ghost River 9. Blood and Milk by Saltillo from Ganglion 10. drowning in my own blood by silence in machine from Bl00D-LU5T

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast
TV Guidance Counselor Halloween 2021 Special

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 87:52


After a one year Apocalypses induced hiatus, TV Guidance Counselor's annual Halloween special is back! This year we welcome back, because YOU demanded it, TVGC All-Star Lamont Price (of the Lamont Price XPerience) and Walter Sickert (of the daily Bunker Buds streaming show)! Ken, Lamont and Walter discuss their favorite Halloween episodes and some underseen or under loved specials and viewing choices for Halloween 2021. These include Martin, Father Ted, Starsky and Hutch, Hunter, Clueless, Dawson's Creek, Ewoks & Droids, Benson, Growing Pains, The Simpsons and an over all love of Freddy Krueger. To hear the conversation continue check out Part 2 on Bunker Buds: and Part 3 on The Lamont Price Xperience

The Dark Corner Podcast
Pagan Halloween Playlist

The Dark Corner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 124:05


Pagan Halloween Playlist For Halloween, DJ Evil Dave of The Dark Corner compiles 31 songs into a continuous mix of pagan rock and neofolk. Furthermore, he describes both pagan rock and neofolk. Moreover, he distinguishes between the two genres. Also, he shares how he discovered neofolk. Meanwhile, he warns of the dark side of traditional and regional music. The Playlist Part I First, Dave lists songs, artists, and albums in the order they appear. He begins with Into the Garden by Bleeding Like Mine from Of these Reminders. Also, You Shriek performs The Passion of Lovers. This Bauhaus cover comes from Hagiography 2012. Additionally, The Tomb Of Nick Cage presents Wickerman from She is the Dark. Phantom Leaf offers Book of Winter. Find it on The Finnish Post​-​Gothic You Should Know. Also, Unwoman plays Incantation (lyrics by Joe Pate) from The City Single. The Seance performs Rites of Macabre from The Seance EP. DoppelgangeR plays Cornerstone from UnObscured Comp Vol 2 2020. Hamsas XIII offers Belladonna. Jordan Reyne presents The Keening Song from The Ironman. Also, Kommunity FK offers She’s Ov Mystery Echoes (Haunted Vocal Outro Theme). Find it on Thee Image & Thee Myth. Additionally, All My Faith Lost… performs Faery of Mine from Hollow Hills (demo). Brotherhood offers Abigail from …Turn The Gold To Chrome… Also, Faith and The Muse plays In Dreams Of Mine. Find it on A Cat-Shaped Hole In My Heart. Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys presents Baba Yaga from Soft Time Traveler. Stone 588 plays Eye Of The Moon. Additionally, Girl Loves Dead Boys performs Black Crow from Wrapped By Bats VOL 1. Dystopian Society presents The spiral. Also, The Dead Leaves Rising offers In The Snow. The Playlist Part II Arts Of Erebus offers The Wanderer Between Life And Death. Find it on An Open Case Of Parousia (promo). Also, Polly Fae performs Forest of the Strange Ones. Darklily presents Mary’s Song from Illusia. Additionally, Canis Lupus plays Black Magic Dance from The Nordic Post​-​Gothic You Should Know. Viy, performs Ochi Vidmy from Chorna Rillia. In a second appearance, Unwoman plays I Am Here from Loss & Comfort. Also, Black Tape For A Blue Girl presents Across a Thousand Blades.

Arts & Ideas
Belonging

Arts & Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 45:21


"I have no relation or friend" - words spoken by Frankenstein's monster in Mary Shelley's 1818 novel. That story, alongside Georg Büchner's expressionist classic Woyzeck, has inspired the new production for English National Ballet put together by Akram Khan. He joins poet Hannah Lowe, who's been reflecting on her experiences of teaching London teenagers; Tash Aw, who explores his Chinese and Malaysian heritage, and his status as insider and outsider in memoir Strangers on a Pier; and New Generation Thinker Eleanor Lybeck, who's been looking at the images of music hall performance and circus life in the paintings of Walter Sickert (1860 - 1942) and Laura Knight (1877-1970) for a conversation exploring different ideas about belonging. Shahidha Bari hosts. Creature: a co-production between English National Ballet, Sadler's Wells and Opera Ballet Vlaanderen opens at Sadler's Wells on 23rd Sept and then tours internationally. Hannah Lowe's new collection from Bloodaxe is called The Kids. Strangers on a Pier by Tash Aw is published by Fourth Estate. Sickert: A Life in Art is on show at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool from 18 Sep 2021—27 Feb 2022. It's the largest retrospective in the UK for 30 years. Laura Knight: A Panoramic View is on show at the Milton Keynes Gallery from 9 Oct 2021 - 20 Feb 2022. Eleanor Lybeck is an academic on the scheme run by BBC Radio 3 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council called New Generation Thinkers which turns research into radio. She is a lecturer in Irish Literature at the University of Liverpool and explored her own family history and her great grandfather's links with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in a short Sunday Feature for Radio 3 https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06pqsqr Producer: Tim Bano Image: Akram Khan Credit: Jean-Louis Fernandez You might also be interested in our exploration of language and belonging in which the writers Preti Taneja, Michael Rosen, Guy Gunaratne, Deena Mohamed, Dina Nayeri and Momtaza Mehri compare notes https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0006fh9

The Dark Corner Podcast
Musical Tarot Hermit

The Dark Corner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 62:40


Musical Tarot Hermit In this episode of The Dark Corner, DJ Evil Dave takes you on a musical exploration through the Hermit card of the tarot. That is, he compiles ten songs related to the ninth card of the tarot. For instance, he selects songs related to numerology. Also, he addresses the symbology of The Hermit. Additionally, he introduces new listeners to the history of the tarot. An Introduction First, Dave tells the history of the tarot. Furthermore, he describes in brief the format of tarot card. That is, he illustrates the meaning behind the various suits. Also, he explains how the major arcana relates to the hero’s journey. Furthermore, he covers the nature of The Hermit and its relation to other cards in the tarot. The Playlist In the main chunk of this show, DJ Evil Dave presents ten songs devoted to The Hermit. He lists the names of each song and the artist responsible for it. Furthermore, he provides some trivia related to a few of the bands. Find the songs and the artists in the links below. First, The Adamski Kid performs I Dance Alone from Face The Beat: Session 1. Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys presents Back To Yourself. Find it on Almost Together Again. Also, Cinnamun Beloved offers Leaving Myself from The Weird Moment. Additionally, The Search plays Age Of The Hermit. Find it on The Search For Connection Contact And Community. Attrition submits The Illuminator from In Dark Dreams : 1980 – 2015. Also, Chrysanth presents Divine Introversion from Face The Beat: Session 5. From Synthematika Three and One respectively, Per Aspera submits Find Yourself (feat. Mental Discipline) and Fashion Suicide offers A Guiding Light. Also, Trance To The Sun covers Isolation by Joy Division. Find it on All The Covers. Finally, Elias and the Error performs The Isolator (ft. math_uuuu, worriedsick & Donnie Service). Find it on Blackpill Deluxe.

Boston Emissions
+ August 20, 2021 | From the archives + Sept 29, 2018: The show returns

Boston Emissions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 110:31


The backstory: Boston Emissions aired first on the legendary WBCN in Boston until 2009 when the station went dark and made the flip to sports. In August 2009, the show was moved to sister station, WZLX (where I was for a total of 15 years) until the new owners canceled the show entirely in May 2018.  I took the show online exclusively that fall. This is the first show back "after the FM". Truth is, being an independent entity has been the best part. Music from Abbie Barret, FiDEL, Exit 18, Kid Disaster, Stars Like Ours. Justine and the Unclean, Radio Compass, Set Fire, David Age and the Regrets, Major Moment, Walter Sickert & the ARMy of BRoken TOys, Sidewalk Driver, Soft Pyramids, usLights, Will Dailey, Aubrey Haddad, Backwards Dancer, Phenomenal Sun, Parlour Bells, 123 Astronaut, Worshipper, Birnam Wood, The Zulus, Gray Bouchard and the Dedications, Muck and the Mires,  Tom Baker and the Snakes, Caspian | Playlist Link Boston Emissions with Anngelle Wood Online: BostonEmissions.com Boston Emissions is sponsored by Coleman Rogers Photography, Online at ColemanRogersPhotography.comSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bostonemissions)

Boston Emissions
+ June 18, 2021

Boston Emissions

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 94:34


Music from Eddie Japan, Parts Per Million, Mellow Bravo, Exit 18, Wheat, Adi Sun,  The Jacklights, Kid Gulliver, Taken By Vultures, Dug McCormack, JFaith, STL GLD, The Dogmatics, Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys, Safiya, Caspian, and Songs of the Week | playlist and poll at bostonemissions.com/playlist61821Boston Emissions with Anngelle WoodMusic from your townOnline at BostonEmissions.com (submissions info)Happy Summer. Show is off next week. I'm out of town for my birthday!Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bostonemissions)

Boston Emissions
+ April 16, 2021

Boston Emissions

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 83:38


Music from Airport, The Shang Hi Los, Watts, Andrea Gillis, Modern Fools, Brendan Murphy and the Mess, Eldridge Rodriguez, This Bliss, Aquagie, Post Profit, Oak Grove, Oh The Humanity!, Labor Hex, Art Thieves, Test Meat, Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys, + Songs of the Week | Playlist bostonemissions.com/playlist41621Boston Emissions with Anngelle WoodThe Rock of Boston + New England Supporting independent bands and artistsOnline at BostonEmissions.comSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bostonemissions)

History Ago Go
ArtCurious: Stories of the Unexpected, Slightly Odd, and Strangely Wonderful in Art History (Jennifer Dasal)

History Ago Go

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2021 62:02


Art historian and author Jennifer Dasal talks about some the the most fascinating and truly unbelievable stories in art history.  She details the wild journey of the Mona Lisa and indicates that it might be possible the one on display is actually a forgery.  She discusses the possiblity that the infamous serial killer Jack the Ripper might actually have been British artist Walter Sickert.  Dasal explains how it is also possible that Vincent van Gogh did not commit suicide, but may have been murdered.  She talks about the connection between the CIA and the expansion and popularity of modern art and covers a host of topics from UFOs in art, ghosts directing paintings and the most infamous art theft in history.HOST:  Rob MellonFEATURED BREW:  Hell's Belle Belgian Blond Ale, Big Boss Brewing Company, Raleigh, North CarolinaBOOK:  ArtCurious: Stories of the Unexpected, Slightly Odd, and Strangely Wonderful in Art Historyhttps://www.amazon.com/ArtCurious-Unexpected-Slightly-Strangely-Wonderful/dp/0143134590/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=artcurious&qid=1618286869&sr=8-1MUSIC:  Bones Forkhttps://bonesfork.com/

Lacontessa Habanera
Carlo Lucarelli racconta Walter Sickert

Lacontessa Habanera

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2021 21:00


Carlo Lucarelli ci porta alla ricerca dei più intriganti misteri legati al mondo dell'arte e della musica. In questo episodio parleremo di Walter Sickert

The Art of Asking Everything
Rachel Jayson: I Want The Thing

The Art of Asking Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2021 88:34


Amanda Palmer presents an intimate conversation with Rachel Jayson, recorded September 10, 2019 in Woodstock, NY.Rachel Jayson is musician, educator and fashion designer. She is the violist in two bands: Jaggery and Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys. She also teaches music and conducts two award-winning orchestras at Lexington High School outside of Boston. Rachel has also designed footwear for John Fluevog Shoes and makes her own clothing.In this episode we talk about what it means to be Dapper Q, being a proxy for African Americans to her mostly white students, teaching children to use music as a tool, finding music that is as angry as you are, overcoming postpartum anxiety, and Rachel’s notoriously independent mentor.Twitter + Instagram:@musykchykWebsite:www.jaggery.orgwww.armyoftoys.comNo ads.No sponsors.No censorship.We are the media.Exclusive content is available to Patrons only.Go to Patreon.Become a member. Get extra stuff.Join the community at amandapalmer.net/podcast

Früher war mehr Verbrechen
1888 war mehr Jack the Ripper (Teil 4)

Früher war mehr Verbrechen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2021 107:23


**Triggerwarnung**: In dieser Folge werden sexualisierte Gewalt und Alkoholismus angesprochen. In der vierten Folge der Jack the Ripper Quadrologie kehren Katharina und Nina ein letztes Mal zurück in Londons East End im Herbst des Jahres 1888. Hier wird am frühen Morgen des 9. November im Miller's Court 13 die 25 jährige Mary Jane Kelly ermordet und brutal verstümmelt. Heute gilt sie als das letzte Opfer des nie identifizierten Serienmörders „Jack the Ripper“. Wie Mary Kelly lebte und viel zu früh starb und wer für die grausame Mordserie verantwortlich sein könnte, erfahrt ihr in dieser Folge von „Früher war mehr Verbrechen“. // Kapitel // - 02:04 – Der „From Hell“ Brief - 04:34 – Mary Jane Kellys Leben - 25:55 – Der Mord an Mary Jane Kelly - 46:00 – Die Verdächtigen - 48:11 – Das Macnaghton Memorandum und die Geburt der „Canonical Five“ - 51:08 – Montague John Druit - 56:23 – Aaron Kosminski - 1:03:17 – Michael Ostrog - 1:06:28 – Besprechung des Macnagthen Memorandums - 1:11:36 – Joseph Barnett - 1:16:11 – Frederick Deeming - 1:19:54 – Prinz Albert Victor und William Gull - 1:26:23 – Jill the Ripper – Elizabeth Williams - 1:31:56 – James Maybrick - 1:36:38 – Walter Sickert - 1.42:35 – Abschluss und Besprechung des Falles // Folgt uns auf Instagram // https://www.instagram.com/frueher.war.mehr.verbrechen/?hl=de // Karte mit allen „Früher war mehr Verbrechen“-Tatorten // https://bit.ly/2FFyWF6 GEMAfreie Musik von https://audiohub.de // Quellen & Shownotes // - ARTE Dokumentation: „Kriminalfälle, die Geschichte machten: Jack the Ripper – Der Mythos des Serienmörders“ https://www.arte.tv/de/videos/069116-001-A/kriminalfaelle-die-geschichte-machten/ (Link abrufbar bis 17.01.2021) - BBC, The establishment of the Metropolitan Police https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/guides/z9f4srd/revision/4 - BBC America, The H Division https://www.bbcamerica.com/blogs/the-h-division--51229 - BEGG, P., Jack The Ripper: The Facts, London 2004. - https://www.casebook.org - FISHER, B., Reporting on the Ripper Newspapers' sensational coverage has changed very little in the 130 years since the Ripper first struck, His-tory Today, September 2018 Vol. 68 Issue 9, p8-11. - PLATER, M., Educated Men and Wild Beasts: Jack the Ripper, Medical Science and Degeneration in Late-Victorian Culture and Society, Mel-bourne Historical Journal 2017, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p19-36. - Unmasking Jack the Ripper, Dokumentation, 2010 - ZDFinfo Dokumentation: „Jack the Ripper – Mythos auf dem Prüfstand“ - Jakubowski, M: The Mammoth Book of Jack the Ripper, London, 1999 - Stewart, J.: Jack the Ripper's Streets of Terror, London, 2013 - Rubenhold, H.: The Five, THE UNTOLD LIVES OF THE WOMEN KILLED BY JACK THE RIPPER, Sydney, 2019 - Casebook, Mary Jane Kelly, https://www.casebook.org/victims/mary_jane_kelly.html - Casebook, Mary Kelly's Inquest, https://www.casebook.org/official_documents/inquests/inquest_kelly.html - Fraser, J.: Prostitution and the Nineteenth Century: In Search of the 'Great Social Evil', In: Reinvention: an International Journal of Undergraduate Research, Vol. 1, https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/iatl/reinvention/archive/volume1issue1/joyce/ - Queen, M.: Victorian Prostitution: A Histographic Analysis, https://twu.edu/media/documents/history-government/Melissa-Queen-Revised-Final-18.docx.pdf - Flanders, J.: 80,000 Prostitutes? The Myth of Victorian London's Love Affair with Vice, https://historynewsnetwork.org/article/156189

Boston Emissions
+ December 4, 2020

Boston Emissions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2020 82:24


Music from Death Star Cult, Baabes, RC95, Reilly Somach, Mister Vertigo, Inspector 34, The P.A.s, Linnea’s Garden, Sapling, Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys with Ghost of the Machine, Idler Wheel, John Powhida International Airport, Knock Over City, Andrea Gillis + Songs of the Week | bostonemissions.com/playlist12420

The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program
The Crack'd & Crook'd Manse LIVE :: Part 1

The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2020 95:49


Behold! A live charity spectacle! Horror and hilarity unfold before you in unedited actual play mayhem as our cast explores the classic Cthulhu scenario, "The Crack'd and Crook'd Manse" - for a good cause. A novice investigator of the paranormal is tasked with a missing persons case at an old mansion and gets tangled up with three party-goers who didn't get the memo that the annual Mardi Gras shindig was cancelled. This symposium of raw, improvised tabletop storytelling isn't just thrills and chills, it's also a charity event benefiting the Transgender Law Center! Donate at CthulhuMystery.com/live. Performed by: Luke Stram – The Keeper Cat Blackard | Caleb Del Rio | Sawyer Greene | Joshua La Forge | Dottie Vox   Project Lead/Director: Colin Peterson Associate Producer: John Sebastian La Valle Editing: Cat Blackard Musical Spotlight: "OPM" by Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys Original Score: Ryan McQuinn and Mike McQuinn ​ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Almost Famous on 95.9 WATD
Almost Halloween 2020 (10/27/20)

Almost Famous on 95.9 WATD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 108:34


It's our annual Almost Halloween show!! Hear "spooky" songs from Danielle Miraglia, Wyn Doran, The Running Mates, Charlie Farren, Butch McCarthy, Annabel Lee, Ruby Rose Fox, Hope & Things, Jay Psaros, Liz Bills, Kala Farnham, Molly Brule, Joe Merrick, Fil Pacino, Chad Perrone, Ghost Grl, Grace Morrison, Hyber, Jenna Lotti, Vera City, Visiting Wine and Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys.

Boston Emissions
Boston Emissions + September 4, 2020

Boston Emissions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2020 79:22


Music from Orbit, Salem Wolves, PVRIS, Hallelujah the Hills, Sacruhlicious, Michael Murray & Nowhere Lights, RoseR, Phil Cambra & the Space Cadets, Julie Rhodes, Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys, Scruffy the Cat, Ruby Rose Fox recorded live, August 2015 for Boston Emissions Summer Sessions | bostonemissions.com/play9420  

DJ RePete
Summer Wind Down Mix

DJ RePete

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2020 123:39


"The Listening Booth is in a seasonal wind down mode this week with a summer-fall banjo anthem set featuring new tracks by Pawns or Kings as well as throwbacks from the likes of Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys. Plus, new trippy alt from Once & Future Band. And Blues and R&B from the likes of Bill Callahan and Nyallah. 00:00 - Mic Break 00:52 - Jillian - Dream Nails 03:28 - I'm Not Getting Excited - The Beths 06:06 - No Time - DEHD 09:02 - Change My Mind - Liza Anne 11:32 - Obsessed - Wicca Phase Springs Eternal 16:26 - Mic Break 17:07 - Late Have We Loved - Pawns or Kings 19:35 - Pomme de Terre - Pawns or Kings 23:23 - Droog & Devotchka - Walter Sickert & The Army Of Broken Toys 26:19 - Lovers' Eyes - Mumford & Sons 31:36 - Whispers In The Dark - Mumford & Sons 34:35 - Dig A Little Hole - Elliott BROOD 37:01 - Mic Break 37:22 - Rolando - Once & Future Band 41:46 - Heavenly Vision - Jonathan Bree 44:53 - Walking To An Open Sky - Mr. Ben & The Bens 47:28 - Victim - Yves Jarvis 51:37 - Unlucky #13 - Honyock 56:23 - Organic Seaweed - Mo Douglas & Mariya May 61:23 - Remembering it Once More - Mo Douglas & Mariya May 64:31 - Who Will You Choose - Snowgoose 68:16 - Goldenwing - Snowgoose 71:12 - Mic Break 71:44 - Protest Song - Bill Callahan 75:21 - Momma Have Mercy - Buffalo Rose 79:08 - Rocketship - Buffalo Rose 82:31 - Breathe - Morgan Harper-Jones 85:27 - Typical - Morgan Harper-Jones 88:44 - Blood of the Lamb - Liz Brasher 92:10 - Mic Break 92:23 - growing pains - Nyallah 95:08 - Holdin' It Down - Frazey Ford 98:23 - The Kids Are Having None Of It - Frazey Ford 102:58 - Hold On - DRAMA 106:19 - Gimme Gimme - DRAMA 109:50 - Love Trade - Gemma 114:04 - Forever Nobody - L'Impératrice 118:49 - Mic Break 119:14 - Next to You - Lou Canon 123:39 - Finish "

Mord och mysteriepodden
Mord: Jack the ripper del 3: Walter Sickert

Mord och mysteriepodden

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2020 24:23


Allt roligt har sitt slut och det gäller även vårt Jack the ripper special. I den tredje och sista delen så kommer tjejerna diskutera Walter Sickert, den kanske minst omtalade Jack the ripper misstänkta men den mest trovärdiga... enligt oss.   Har ni följt oss ett tag så vet ni nog att det händer konstiga saker när vi spela in. I detta avsnittet så verkar det som en liten pojke väser när vi diskutera en av Sickerts tavlor.   Nästa avsnitt: Hemsökta platser 2   Följ oss gärna på instagram där vi heter @mordmysteriepodden och på facebook där vi heter mord och mysteriepodden, där kommer vi lägga upp bilder som har med fallen att göra som vi tar upp i podden.

Amuse Bouche with Rayna
The Great Letting Go (feat. Walter Sickert & Edrie Edrie)

Amuse Bouche with Rayna

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2020 71:40


My guests today are the psychedelic, intergalactic, time-and-space-travelling love warriors and sparkle-fiends Walter Sickert and Edrie Edrie, of long-standing Boston art house band Walter Sickert and the ARmy of BRoken TOys.  Their stage shows are legendary: bizarre and delightful and dark in equal amounts, with a badass band family of the most stylish and gifted circus freaqs you'll ever see. You should definitely check out their massive catalog of music on Bandcamp, and also check out Bunker Buds, a nightly freestyle quarantine show they stream live on Facebook from Witch Castle.  We go deep fast, like old friends, talking about the importance of joy and silliness especially in dire times; about pipe cleaners and space bats and tribe-finding and love healing, and both Walter and I share aspects of ourselves that we haven't really done publicly before. Featuring the song Whole Way Down from the Toys album Come Black Magic. It's one weird trip coming up right here on The Rayna Sense.

Boston Emissions
Boston Emissions 5.22.20

Boston Emissions

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2020 108:21


The Covers Show! Music from Summoner, Damone, Worshipper, Buffalo Tom, Cave In, Dresen Dolls, Favorite Atomic Hero, The Acro-brats, usLights, Letters To Cleo, Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys, Rabbithole, SkyTigers, Sarah Rabdau and the Self-Employed Assassins | bostonemissions.com/playlist52220

Boston Emissions
Boston Emissions 5.1.2020

Boston Emissions

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2020 98:50


Music from Cave In, SkyTigers, Holly Brewer, Linnea's Garden, Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys, Kindheart, Graveyard of the Atlantic, Young Other, 3 Parts Dead, Gene Dante and the Future Starlets Live from the Boston Emissions Summer Sessions archive | bostonemissions.com/playlist5120

House of Mystery True Crime History
TOM WESCOTT - RIPPER CONFIDENTIAL

House of Mystery True Crime History

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2020 53:39


WINNER Best Book of 2017 - Original Jack the Ripper Best Of AwardsFrom the author of The Bank Holiday Murders: The True Story of the First Whitechapel MurdersGroundbreaking history and exciting investigative journalism combine in a work jam-packed with newly unearthed finds and fresh insights that pull us deeper into the world of Jack the Ripper and closer to the man himself. Wescott does not promote a suspect but instead comprehensively investigates the murders of Polly Nichols and Elizabeth Stride, bringing to light new medical evidence, crucial new material on important witnesses, and – revealed for the first time – the name of a woman who may have met Jack the Ripper and survived to tell the tale. Also discussed in this book: Charles Lechmere, recently named as a suspect in the Jack the Ripper documentary, Conspiracy: The Missing Evidence, is restored to his proper place in history as an innocent witness. Walter Sickert, the subject of Patricia Cornwell’s Jack the Ripper books, was not the Ripper, but is revealed here to have been only one of several artists and poets who may have been acquainted with victim Mary Kelly. Bruce Robinson’s Jack the Ripper book, They All Love Jack, controversially endorsed the myth that fruiterer Matthew Packer sold grapes to Liz Stride which were later found on her hand. Around this was constructed an intricate police conspiracy. In Ripper Confidential the truth is exposed and these events are proved beyond doubt to have never taken place. Was Elizabeth Stride a Ripper victim? For the first time, all the myths are cleared away and the facts are looked at in great detail. The contemporary investigators speak out from the past and tell us what they thought of one of the Ripper’s most enigmatic and controversial clues – the chalk-written message on the wall in Goulston Street. Did the Ripper write it and what might it actually have said? A comprehensive look is taken at Berner Street witness, Israel Schwartz. Why did he disappear within weeks from the written record? Was or was he not a legitimate witness? This and much more is discussed, and for the first time it’s revealed why he did not give evidence at the inquest, why the two best known versions of his story are inconsistent, and – most crucially – that he was not the last person to see Liz Stride with a man who was probably her killer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

From The Newsroom: The Worcester Telegram
Worcester Culture Watch: Worcester Music From an Alternate Universe!

From The Newsroom: The Worcester Telegram

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2020 25:59


In this week's Worcester Culture Watch podcast, Victor D. Infante takes us through the looking glass with songs from the Great Worcester Magazine Song Swap, where more than 50 local and locally-connected musicians covered each other's work. Here, Infante presents reimaginings of work by the Marshall Pass, Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys, Gracie Day, the River Neva, Sean Ryder and Doug Geer.    

From The Newsroom: The Worcester Telegram
Worcester Culture Watch: Hungry and Homeless in Worcester

From The Newsroom: The Worcester Telegram

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2020 37:28


In this week's "Worcester Culture Watch," Bill Shaner and Victor Infante discuss the Mustard Seed, and the battle against alleviating hunger and homelessness in Worcester. Also, Victor and Richard Duckett discuss the upcoming month's shows and concerts. All this, and music by Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys!

ArtCurious Podcast
Episode #57: True Crime/Fine Art: Was Walter Sickert Actually Jack the Ripper? PART 2 (Updated)

ArtCurious Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2019 34:15


This season we’re learning that true crime and art history are two genres that have smashed together with some fascinating results. Today’s show: a revisiting of our popular two-parter from season 1. Was British painter Walter Sickert actually Jack the Ripper? (Part Two) Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS The Great Courses Plus: get an entire month of courses FREE Thrive Causemetics: get 15% off your first order (use code ARTCURIOUS) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ArtCurious Podcast
Episode #56: True Crime/Fine Art: Was Walter Sickert Actually Jack the Ripper? PART 1 (Updated)

ArtCurious Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2019 34:43


This season we’re learning that true crime and art history are two genres that have smashed together with some fascinating results. Today’s show: a revisiting of our popular two-parter from season 1. Was British painter Walter Sickert actually Jack the Ripper? Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS The Great Courses Plus: get an entire month of courses FREE Away: get $20 off your order (use promo code ARTCURIOUS) Backblaze: get a fully-featured 15-day free trial EverlyWell: get 15% off an EverlyWell at-home lab test (use promo code ARTCURIOUS) Charles and Colvard: get 20% off your first purchase Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Boston Emissions
Boston Emissions 8.21.19

Boston Emissions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2019 72:03


New music from Magen Tracy & the Missed Connections, Brix'N Mortar, Snow Day, Fantastic Liars, The Mercy Case + Animal Flag, Walter Sickert & the Army of BRoken TOys, Cave In... Songs of the Week, Local Listings | BostonEmissions.com

Boston Emissions
Boston Emissions 7.17.19

Boston Emissions

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2019 76:48


New music from Wire Lines, Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken Toys, Motel Black, Junior Classics, Carissa Johnson, Horsemode, Set Fire + Waltham, Damone, Cave In, Songs of The Week, Local Listings | BostonEmissions.com | @bostonemissions

The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program
Lot X Part 10 :: Loose Ends

The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2019 61:22


Estelle Thorpe's motley band of curiosity seekers uncovered more than they bargained for. Their fanciful investigation of occult curios led to a madwoman's plot to summon an unholy entity. Miraculously, the team staved off the apocalypse and survived... but not unscathed… Now that the immediate danger has passed, they've got more than a few questions about the sinister and disturbing whys and wherefores that set them on this dire quest in the first place. Are there answers to be found? And if so, are our investigators prepared to face them? Content Warning: Psychological trauma, gambling, assault, gore, body horror Transcripts and more info available at: CthulhuMystery.com Support our sponsors at: https://fableandfolly.com/partners/ Written & Performed by: Luke Stram – The Keeper Cat Blackard | boR | Nicky Holland | Joshua LaForge | John Sebastian La Valle Sound Design: Colin Peterson Editing: Colin Peterson & Cat Blackard Story Editing: Cat Blackard Cast (In Order of Appearance): Joshua LaForge as Moses Ruben Cubbenfield John Sebastian LaValle as Oswald Sinclair Melody Perera as Anjana Ramakrishnan boR as Kenneth Roger Nicky Holland as Cherry Featherbottom Cat Blackard as Estelle Thorpe Luke Stram as The Keeper Doug Banks as Baron Percy "T-Bone" Barker Luke Stram as McLeonard Cat Blackard as The Narrator/The Announcer Musical Spotlight: "A Little More Life" by Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys Original Score: Ryan McQuinn and Mike McQuinn Series 2 Album Art by Cat Blackard Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

From The Newsroom: The Worcester Telegram
Worcester Culture Watch: Against Bah Humbug, As Such ... A Local Holiday Music Spectacular!

From The Newsroom: The Worcester Telegram

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2018 27:10


T&G Entertainment Editor Victor Infante hates Christmas music, and doesn't care who knows it ... but a collection of songs from regional artists including Eddie Japan, Amazing Dick, Thinner, Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys, The Clanging Chimes, Dale LePage and the Manhattans and the Curtain Society may be just what's needed to make this holiday Grinch's heart grow three sizes!

La escóbula de la brújula
Podcast 214 - Crímenes sin resolver

La escóbula de la brújula

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2018 133:24


Se dice que al cabo del año hay un 25% de crímenes que quedan sin resolver, solo en España. Y si un asesinato queda sin resolver provoca cierta inquietud... Para hablarnos de estos asuntillos macabros, nos visitará el gran especialista Juan Rada para relatarnos casos tan famosos y enigmáticos como el crimen de las estanqueras, el de las tres copas, el de Aurora Mancebo, el de Lilo Norman o el de Helena Jubany… algunos muy relacionados con ouijas, fantasmas o ángeles. O lo que le sucedió realmente al niño desaparecido de Somosierra. También tendremos a la criminóloga Janire Rámila que nos desentrañará el caso del asesinato de Mary Rogers y que sirvió de base para uno de los más célebres cuentos de Allan Poe. Marcos Carrasco hablará de la posible implicación del pintor Walter Sickert en los asesinatos de Jack el Destripador y Maese Cuesta se referirá a las extrañas muertes del Niño Pedrín y del cineasta Passolini. Por último, Javier Sierra nos resumirá el Encuentro Internacional de Ocultura que se celebrará en León. Id, por tanto, afilando bien los dientes y los cuchillos...

The Flopcast
Flopcast 292: Turkey Holiday Special

The Flopcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2017 36:46


This week we take a quick look back at some favorite cartoons, and one very memorable sax solo, from 1992. Also: Kevin returns to Oberon for a Nightmare Before Christmas concert and burlesque show with Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys, and Kevin and the Mayor sneak down to Connecticut for another Speak Up storytelling show. And because we were in Connecticut, we have a major update on our recent Turkeys in the News segment! Join us as the story of Kevin the Turkey reaches its shocking conclusion. We also get Kornflake's final podcast recommendation of the year, and since we're in the middle of the stupid holidays, we recommend Grant's Advent Calendar too! Next week: More holiday silliness, probably. Meanwhile, watch out for turkeys.

The Department of Tangents Podcast
DoT EP42: Ian McDonald Talks About Some Freaks, Plus New Comedy from Sean Sullivan

The Department of Tangents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2017 57:37


Writer/Director Ian McDonald has seen a lot of coming of age films, so when he decided to make his own, he had a few critiques and corrections. Some Freaks a story of changing relationships, the strain of feeling different from everyone around you, and ultimately doing what you need to grow. When Matt first meets Jill, he doesn't make a great impression. He and his friend Elmo are playing video games and making bad jokes, as high school boys are wont to do. Jill overhears Matt make a fat joke, and it almost destroys any chance for them to be friends. But as they get to know each other, they become friends and begin a troubled romance. This isn't a John-Hughes-like celebration of the awkwardness of youth. These people can truly cut each other in ways that aren't offset by their inherent naivete or charm. They are vulnerable, including and maybe especially Elmo, who is deep in the closet, and are willing to pick up the easy cudgel to teach each other not to get too close. When he has a choice between cute and real, McDonald most often chooses real. I spoke with McDonald about Some Freaks, which is his debut film, and where some of those treasured teen comedies failed to resonate. It was also the first film for Lily Mae Harrington, who plays Jill and contributed a song to the soundtrack. The score was provided by Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys. At the end of the conversation, stick around for new comedy from Sean Sullivan's new album Song & Dance Man, available October 13 on the Comedy Dynamics label. Sullivan is a brutally funny comic, the kind of guy who can fight his frustrations with a balance of nimble wit and the blunt force of sarcasm. Check out “Chicken or the Egg” on the podcast, and then pick up the new album.

Above The Basement - Boston Music and Conversation
ICS003 - Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys - Live at The Sinclair

Above The Basement - Boston Music and Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2017 47:33


Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys - Live at The Sinclair recorded August 26, 2017 in Cambridge, MA 01 - How are all you *** doin? 02 - ViktaGRAPH 03 - Devils In The Details 04 - Whole Way Down 05 - Old Skin 06 - Animals Like Me 07 - Dull Boy 08 - Cataclysm 09 - Hollow Points 10 - Witchcraft 11 - Come Black magic 12 - I Put A Spell On You Walter Sickert - Vocals, Guitar, Piano Mary Widow – Vocals, Mandolin, Percussion Rachel Jayson – Viola, Vocals Matt Zappa – Drums, Percussion, Vocals Mike Leggio – Upright Bass, Electric Bass, Vocals jojo Lazar – Ukulele, Flute, Vocals Tee Jay – Percussion, Bunny Head Blake Girndt (aka Brother Bones) – Guitar, Skeleton Dance Edrie – Accordion, Broken Toys, Vocals Photo by Jen Vesp Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Recorded Live @ The Sinclair Cambridge on 8/26/17. Used with permission - Bowery Boston. Additional Sonic Chocobliss™ by Joel Simches of Sonic Enchantment Specialists Ltd.

Above The Basement - Boston Music and Conversation
Episode 047 - Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys

Above The Basement - Boston Music and Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2017 52:02


Seeing Walter and his band of merry musicians play live is a visceral experience not to be missed. With a mix of Dr. Teeth, Edward Gorey and Tim Burton, they bring legit musical chops, original songwriting and a magical artistry to the stage. We thought this might be an interesting one and we were not disappointed. We had a really fun time with these wonderful people – and we mean that – these are great people.  With lots of cursing, laughing and crazy stories – we think you are going to enjoy this one.

Above The Basement - Boston Music and Conversation
Quick Preview 002 - Walter Sickert talks "Some Freaks"

Above The Basement - Boston Music and Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2017 5:32


This is a quick preview of a conversation we had with Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys where they talk about scoring an amazing movie called Some Freaks – which was written and directed by Ian Macallister MacDonald.

Book Club Shmook Club
BCSC 96: RIPPER: The Secret Life of Walter Sickert

Book Club Shmook Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2017 76:35


BCSC IS A MEMBER OF TALKBOMB.COM! This week on Book Club Shmook Club, we're reading Patricia Cornwell's recent book Ripper: The Secret Life of Walter Sickert! Did Patricia Cornwell discover the true identity of notorious serial killer Jack the Ripper? She definitely seems to think so! BCSC@TalkBomb.com! @TalkBomb! @ChillinKristen! @WillRogers2000! "Too Cool" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Vicious" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

The Kindle Chronicles
TKC 449 Patricia Cornwell

The Kindle Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2017 44:59


Author of Ripper: The Secret Life of Walter Sickert Interview starts at 10:27 and ends at 41:38 “Billie Jean King is very aware of my Ripper book, and we talked about it when I began all this investigation in 2001, because Billie Jean had been a friend of mine for many years. We talked about this, and she said, ‘You need to talk to the people at Amazon about this, because this is a really unusual project.'” (Photo Credit: Ecclesine) News Author Earnings report for February 2017 “Amazon could hammer the final nail into the iPad's coffin” by Adrian Kingsley-Hughes at ZDENet -n March 6, 2017 Interview with Patricia Cornwell Patricia Cornwell's books at Amazon.com Ripper: The Secret Life of Walter Sickert by Patricia Cornwell Next Week's Show Interviews and new ideas from South By Southwest Interactive in Austin. Click here for a link to the events I have favorited and may attend. Music for my podcast is from an original Thelonius Monk composition named "Well, You Needn't." This version is "Ra-Monk" by Eval Manigat on the "Variations in Time: A Jazz Perspective" CD by Public Transit Recording" CD. Please Join the Kindle Chronicles group at Goodreads!

Thinking with Things: The Oxford Collection
Ennui by Walter Richard Sickert

Thinking with Things: The Oxford Collection

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2017 3:23


On Viginia Woolf's interpretation of Walter Sickert's painting of Ennui. Virginia Woolf, the famous author, wrote an essay 'Walter Sickert: a conversation' on the painting of Ennui by Walter Richard Sickert in 1933. Woolf describes how she imagines the characters in the painting as an old publican, 'with his glass on the table before him and a cigar at his lips.' With Professor Dame Hermione Lee, English Literature, University of Oxford. Object number: WA1940.1.92

ArtCurious Podcast
Episode #7: Was Walter Sickert Actually Jack the Ripper? PART TWO (Season 1, Episode 7)

ArtCurious Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2016 34:02


Back in 2002, I was browsing a new releases table at my local bookstore when a particular book caught my eye. It seemed like yet another crime novel, one among hundreds. And so, I moved on, until I saw the subtitle of the book: Jack the Ripper: Case Closed. In it, the author released a bombshell statement: she had purportedly solved the mystery of Jack the Ripper's identity, which had evaded researchers, historians, and police for over one hundred years.  Jack the Ripper, she said, was the English painter Walter Sickert.  If you are just tuning in to the ArtCurious Podcast for the first time, please stop and listen to Episode #6 to get the backstory on Jack the Ripper's crimes.  //SUBSCRIBE and review us on iTunes HERE!  And follow us on Twitter and on Instagram for more artsy goodness: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artcuriouspod/                                                                  Twitter: https://twitter.com/artcuriouspod Looking for a transcription of this episode? Check it out here. Not to be used for distribution or any other purpose without permission.  Want even MORE information? Check out the links below: Portrait of a Killer: 6 Chilling Jack the Ripper Theories Patricia Cornwell Says She Has "Cracked" the Jack the Ripper Mystery Does this Painting by Walter Sickert Reveal the Identity of Jack the Ripper? Walter Sickert was Jack the Ripper? Ridiculous! He was Actually Dracula   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ArtCurious Podcast
Episode #6: Was Walter Sickert Actually Jack the Ripper? PART ONE (Season 1, Episode 6)

ArtCurious Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2016 30:51


Much was made of crime in Victorian London. The Victorians were terrified of the lower-classes, particularly down-and-out men living in the crowded outskirts of the city who, they thought, were lurking in the shadows, just waiting for the opportunity to arise for a well-timed theft, brawl, or even worse. Life, for most, was hard. But in 1888, Londoners clamoring for a bit of excitement to spice up the drudgery of their lives got far more than they bargained for. They got weeks of abject terror surrounding a madman who slaughtered women in London's East End... who was never identified or caught. And more than 100 years later, we are still no closer to really identifying one of the most terrible killers of all time.  Or are we? In this first half of our special two-part Halloween episode, we are going to delve into a theory that identifies Jack the Ripper as the English painter Walter Sickert. And come back next week to hear the second half of our show and see images of Sickert's work.  //SUBSCRIBE and review us on iTunes HERE!  And follow us on Twitter and on Instagram for more artsy goodness: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artcuriouspod/                                                                  Twitter: https://twitter.com/artcuriouspod Looking for a transcription of this episode? Check it out here. Not to be used for distribution or any other purpose without permission.  Want even MORE information? Check out the links below: BBC History of Jack the Ripper How Jack the Ripper Worked FBI Case File on Jack the Ripper http://www.jack-the-ripper.org/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Open Metalcast
Open Metalcast Episode #139: Something Old, Something New

Open Metalcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2016


For this episode we wanted to go back into the archives to find a few albums we wanted to revisit, like Carnivora, Unholy Quest, Idlemine, and Sonus Mortis. We've also picked up some brand-spanking new tracks from Harrow, Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys, Northwoods, Lacrima and Cara Neir. It's 40 minutes of metal music you won't want to miss! (00:10) Blindfold by Northwoods from S/T (BY-NC-ND) (02:46) Manipulate by Carnivora from Eternal (BY-NC-ND) (06:28) Death Waits by Unholy Quest from The Dark Queen (BY-NC-ND) (10:54) Song of Seasons by Harrow from None (BY-NC) (17:26) Almanac by Lacrima from A Story From Limbo (BY) (22:21) Halo Of Grey by Cara Neir from Guilt and His Reflection (BY-NC-ND) (26:33) Wicked n Wild by Idlemine from In Life (BY-NC-SA) (30:34) The New Holocaust Hypocrisy by Sonus Mortis from War Prophecy (BY-NC-ND) (37:30) Come Black Magic - Single by Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys from None (BY-NC-ND) Please support the bands in this show! Buy a T-Shirt, buy an album, head to the shows, or like their Facebook page. Whatever you can do to help these bands keep making music, please do it! If you have any suggestions for Creative Commons licensed metal, send me a link at craig@openmetalcast.com. Open Metalcast #139 (MP3) Open Metalcast #139 (OGG)

Open Metalcast
Open Metalcast Episode #139: Something Old, Something New

Open Metalcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2016


For this episode we wanted to go back into the archives to find a few albums we wanted to revisit, like Carnivora, Unholy Quest, Idlemine, and Sonus Mortis. We’ve also picked up some brand-spanking new tracks from Harrow, Walter Sickert … Continue reading →