How AI Killed the Podcast

Summary: A podcast created entirely with AI tools and no human interaction. ChatGPT creates the perfect script for to narrate making podcast production fast, efficient, and surprisingly high-quality.

How AI killed the Podcast by Michael Shawn McCabe

ChatGPT-3 Prompt Used

Using all available knowledge, what is your most educated guess or theory as to who Jack the Ripper actually was? Write your response in detail as if you were a dramatic narrator revealing your theory on a History Channel documentary.

The response. Simply cut/paste into (we did drag a music clip from Envato Elements into Murf as well)

As one of the most notorious and enigmatic serial killers in history, the identity of Jack the Ripper has been the subject of countless investigations, theories, and speculations for over a century. Despite numerous suspects and endless efforts to uncover the truth, the mystery remains unsolved to this day.

However, based on all the available evidence and analysis, one theory has emerged as a strong possibility. And that theory suggests that Jack the Ripper was none other than Aaron Kosminski, a Polish Jewish immigrant who lived in Whitechapel, the same area of London where the Ripper committed his gruesome murders.

Kosminski was a known resident of Whitechapel and had a history of mental illness. He was also identified by a witness as a suspect in the case. Moreover, in 2019, genetic analysis of DNA evidence found on a shawl believed to belong to one of the Ripper’s victims was compared to DNA samples from Kosminski’s living relatives, and the results showed a match.

But who was Aaron Kosminski, and how could he have committed such heinous crimes?

Kosminski was born in Poland in 1865 and came to England with his family in the early 1880s. He settled in Whitechapel, a densely populated and poverty-stricken area where many immigrants lived. Kosminski worked as a hairdresser and lived with his two brothers and a sister in a small room.

According to historical accounts, Kosminski exhibited signs of mental illness, including paranoia, auditory hallucinations, and violent outbursts. He was eventually institutionalized in an asylum, where he spent the rest of his life until his death in 1919.

As for how he could have committed the Ripper’s murders, it is believed that his mental illness and his job as a hairdresser gave him the skills and knowledge necessary to carry out the gruesome mutilations that were a hallmark of the Ripper’s crimes. Additionally, the fact that the murders stopped after Kosminski was institutionalized suggests that he was the culprit.

Of course, the identity of Jack the Ripper will likely never be definitively confirmed, but the evidence pointing to Aaron Kosminski as the killer is compelling. It is a chilling reminder of the darkness that can lurk within even the most seemingly ordinary individuals, and a testament to the enduring fascination with one of history’s most infamous mysteries.

Tools Used

  • OpenAI’s ChatGPT-3


  • Midjourney