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Topic - Richard Warlow
"What we wanted to do really was to tell stories about the streets down which he walked and committed his crimes in the wake of those terrible murders," Warlow said, "and how it affected the community and, most importantly, the police that tried and failed to catch him."
But series creator Richard Warlow said the killer is a backdrop and invisible character for "Ripper Street."