Wednesday May 08, 2024

Ruby Waller Part 1: How Did She End Up Drinking Gin with Charles Dickens?

In Autumn of 1870, Ruby Waller was sitting comfortably in her home reminiscing about her days on the streets of London as a prostitute when she received a call from the future …

Do not listen to this episode if you are under-age or have a weak stomach. Ruby is going to explain the gruesome circumstances that caused her to become a child prostitute. She'll also talk about the meeting with Charles Dickens that changed her life as well as the moment they dragged her from the river and threw her on a pile of dead bodies.

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From Connecticut to Maine, from Baltimore to London, Jennifer Emerson has honed her craft as a living history playwright, First-Person Interpreter, performer, and speaker over the past twenty-three years. 

Her first novel, Dickens and the Whore, is a work of historical fiction concerning Dickens and his involvement in prostitution reform. Jennifer currently works as an actor with History Alive, Inc and on the staff of The House of the Seven Gables.

Her Portrayal of Ruby Waller will leave you breathless and eager to see Jennifer at one of her live events. 

You can find out more about Jennifer at:
Instagram: ThePetticoatPages1693

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