Garry Linnell (Author, Reader)
Garry Linnell is one of Australia's most experienced journalists. Born and raised in Geelong, he has won several awards for his writing, including a Walkley for best feature writing. He has been editor-in-chief of The Bulletin, editor of The Daily Telegraph, director of news and current affairs for the Nine Network and editorial director of Fairfax. He spent four years as co-host of the Breakfast Show on 2UE and is also the author of four previous books - 'Football Ltd: The inside story of the AFL'; 'Raelene: sometimes beaten, never conquered'; 'Playing God: The rise and fall of Gary Ablett' and the bestselling 'Buckley's Chance'.
He was a murderer, swindler, bigamist and suspect in the Jack the Ripper killings.
Frederick Deeming was also the most hated man in the world.
Claiming to be haunted by the ghost of his dead mother, Deeming had spent years roaming the planet under vario... SEE MORE