Utterly interesting
I was captured by the “Jack” bug as a small child interested in the macabre, but thankfully matured and finally found someone actually interested in the story of the women. This is interesting and utterly captivating. Noted others stating in their reviews that she criticised other “historians” the point is those people aren’t actually historians they are hobbyists who get angry when REAL historians research and show evidence that dismisses their claims. Only criticism that’s minor is the accent changes, one minute British next American, I know it’s probably her native accent coming out whilst speaking to other Americans but took me a moment sometimes to realise it was still her talking.
StarWeep via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/17/24
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When I subscribed to this I didn’t realise it was by the lady who wrote The Five so I was pleasantly surprised. The negativity and misogyny she attracts is mind boggling! It’s important to know those women were real, not the shamed, subhuman creatures that historically they’ve been characterised....Read full review »
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