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Ripper Notes - July 2004

Ripper Notes - July 2004

Ripper Notes
July 2004 - Issue #19

Introduction p.2
     
Dr. Anderson at New Scotland Yard
An 1892 interview rediscovered.
  p.3
     
The New York Affair, Part Three - Wolf Vanderlinden
The author examines the suspects in the death of Carrie Brown and then asks if Jack the Ripper is responsible.
  p.6
     
Jack the Ripper and Technology - John Hacker
How technological advances can influence Ripperology.
  p.58
     
The Strange Case of Dr. Hewitt- Stan Russo
Exploring what it takes to be taken seriously as a suspect.
  p.72
     
The Baltimore Ripper Conference in Review
A brief look back at this year's U.S.-based event.
  p.81
     
News & Notes   p.82
     
The Bookcase
Reviewed: Stewart P. Evans' Executioner, Some Danger Required by Will Thomas and the latest Ripperologist.
  p.89
     
The Inquest - Jennifer Pegg
A new column that's not afraid to ask questions.
  p.94
     
Lusk Kidney Revelation - Thomas C. Wescott
A London Hospital surgeon speaks, and the author listens.
  p.99
     
Case Insensitive: A Philadelphia Ripping - Howard Brown
Remembering Willie "Pete" Kent.
  p.102
     
The Whitechapel Letterbox   p.104
     
"My Funny Little Games..."
Word games: "Reluctant Hangman" and "Wall Scrawl?"
  p.105

Contents copyright 2004 by Dan Norder for Ripper Notes.

ISBN 0-9759129-0-9

Ripper Notes is published by Inklings Press.

The opinions expressed in articles and letters are those of the individual authors and are not necessarily shared by the editor.

On the cover:

  • A new Jack the Ripper action figure (image copyright 2004 by McFarlane Toys, used with permission), see News & Notes for details.
  • Mugshot of Carrie Brown, courtesy NYC Municipal Archives.

Back cover:

  • The "McFarlane Monsters 3 - Six Faces of Madness" line (also copyright 2004, see above).
  • Walter Sickert's La Hollandaise, see News & Notes for exhibition info.