When the twelfth Earl of Gurney inadvertently dies while pretending to hang himself dressed in a Napoleon hat and a tutu, a problem ensues because the heir believes he is Christ. While it is natural for a member of the ruling class to think himself all powerful, the family thinks this is a bit much. What can they do to get control of the enormous fortune? Their schemes backfire when the thirteenth Earl realizes he is not Christ, he is Jack the Ripper.
Available in the collection SIXTIES DRAMA.
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