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Over the coming weeks I am taking a break from the Great Famine Series to make a mini series entitled ‘Outsiders’. These podcasts will focus on people who for one reason or another lived at the peripherary of Irish society. 
First up is Ireland’s last executioners. These were members of a family who included one of the most prolific hangmen of all time. This is the story of the Pierrepoints who between them probably executed over 1,000 people in the mid 20th century. 
Find out their story in this show.
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Ireland’s Last Executioners (Outsiders Part I)

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