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Ripper Notes - April 2003

Ripper Notes - April 2003

Ripper Notes
Number 16 - April / July 2003
In This Issue

Gala Fifth Anniversary Double Issue!

1. Editorial

You say its your birthday...

2. A Talk with Neal Shelden
The Editor has a chat with the sleuthing geneaologist

5. Walking the Beat with Stewart P. Evans
"Ripperology:" A Term Coined By...

8. A Short Look at Long Liz
Des McKenna shares his Cloak & Dagger Club talk

18. Murder Most Foul, Part Three
Tim Mosley concludes the Ripper's motivations

33. The New York Affair, Part One
Wolf Vanderlinden ponders the death of "Old Shakespeare"

46. An American Cop in Whitechapel
Bernard Brown with another story from the Met archives

50. The Bookcase
Christopher T. George looks at "The Thames Torso Murders of Victorian London," The EDitor chases "The Devil in the White City," engages in "Debunking History" and looks over "Catherine Eddowes: Jack the Ripper Victim," while Jim DiPalma pops the "Casebook Message Boards" CD-ROM in his computer.

54. News and Notes
Liverpool Conference 2003, a promotion for our co-editor, a new Ripper website

56. The Whitechapel Letterbox
"Say, boss..."

COVER
From Hell, by Ronda Sheer