July 2004 - Issue #19
|Dr. Anderson at New Scotland Yard
An 1892 interview rediscovered.
|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.
|Jack the Ripper and Technology - John Hacker
How technological advances can influence Ripperology.
|The Strange Case of Dr. Hewitt- Stan Russo
Exploring what it takes to be taken seriously as a suspect.
|The Baltimore Ripper Conference in Review
A brief look back at this year's U.S.-based event.
|News & Notes||p.82|
Reviewed: Stewart P. Evans' Executioner, Some Danger Required by Will Thomas and the latest Ripperologist.
|The Inquest - Jennifer Pegg
A new column that's not afraid to ask questions.
|Lusk Kidney Revelation - Thomas C. Wescott
A London Hospital surgeon speaks, and the author listens.
|Case Insensitive: A Philadelphia Ripping - Howard
Remembering Willie "Pete" Kent.
|The Whitechapel Letterbox||p.104|
|"My Funny Little Games..."
Word games: "Reluctant Hangman" and "Wall Scrawl?"
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.
- 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.