Children of the Ripper: The Killing of Catrine da Costa
Jan Bondeson considers the murder of a prostitute in modern-day Stockholm, its analogies with the Ripper murders and Swedish society’s quick and controversial reaction to it.
The Enigmas of Millers Court
Simon Wood scrutinizes the evidence collected from Mary Jane Kelly’s last abode and reaches some startling conclusions
From the Bars of the Cradle
Rob Hills opens a special section remembering a once familiar street pedlar with an update on his own Ripper suspect.
Mr Ripper or Master Ripper?
StanLey D Reid uncovers a suspect who had been hiding in plain sight.
Man of Shadows
Adam Went, Amanda Howard and Antonio Sironi join hands across the Seven Seas to explore the fascination still exerted by Jack the Ripper from America to Oceania.
A Last Long Journey: The St Saviour’s Story
Eduardo Zinna identifies the baroque splendour that gave rise to one of the most enduring - and implausible – Ripper legends.
Obituary: Link Wray
The 2005 UK Ripper Conference
I Beg to Report
News news news...
Dear Rip: your letters and comments
On the Crimebeat
Wilf Gregg guides you through the latest additions to the True Crime shelf
The Last Word
Christopher-Michael DiGrazia remembers Mary Jane Kelly and discusses her durable mysteries and her forgotten ghost.
The First Jack the Ripper Victim Photographs, By Ear and Eyes, and many more!
QUOTE FOR DECEMBER: “One day men will look back and say that I gave birth to the twentieth century.”
Ian Holm, as Sir William Gull, From Hell (2001).
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We would like to acknowledge the valuable assistance given by the following people in the production of this issue of Ripperologist: Father Anthony Symondson SJ, Mike Umbers (Hythe Civic Society), Hugo Williams. Thank you!