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General Discussion
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20435 1143 1-10-06  5:13 am John Ruffels
Victims
Discussion of the Ripper's victims, both canonical and proposed.
13941 591 1-10-06  4:47 am Robert Charles Linfo
Suspects
Discussion of the various individuals who have been suggested as being Jack the Ripper over the years.
26782 1121 1-10-06  4:58 am Monty
Letters and Communications
Discussion of the letters and communications allegedly sent by the Ripper to the press, police and public.
1823 118 1-04-06  5:38 am Mr Poster
Police Officials
Discussion of the various police officials involved in the Jack the Ripper investigation.
1310 137 1-03-06  11:44 am HRAK
Books, Films and Other Media
Discussion of Jack the Ripper in the mass-media. Books, films, television and radio programmes, etc. can be discussed here.
4895 531 1-05-06  8:12 am Mr Poster
Witnesses
Discussion of the numerous "witnesses" who gave their testimony to either the press or the police during the murder spree.
1437 103 1-09-06  5:49 pm c.d.
Shades of Whitechapel
Discussion of other criminal cases that have some relation to the Ripper, including various East-End murders, other serial killers (both modern and historical), etc.
2103 167 1-09-06  11:29 pm Gary Alan Weatherhea
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Other Mysteries
A place to discuss other historical mysteries - paranormal activity, famous crimes, infamous disasters, etc.
710 18 1-08-06  7:55 pm Jeffrey Bloomfied
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2968 93 1-08-06  6:11 pm Natalie Severn
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