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Ripperologist No. 84: October 2007


Features


Two’s Company
Editorial by Adam Wood

The Butcher’s Row Suspect – Was He Jack the Ripper?
By Scott Nelson

The UK 2007 Conference at Wolverhampton
Catherine Eddowes – Wolverhampton to Whitechapel

Sherlock Holmes and Jack the Ripper
An exciting tale of the World’s Favourite Detective as he faces his greatest challenge . . . tracking down the Whitechapel Murderer – Part Two



Regulars


Press Trawl
Chris Scott returns with more from the news from the 19th century.



News and Views


I Beg to Report
From Dr Crippen's possible innocence to Atomic Age 'Ripper' Rock – you’ll find it here

Books


On the Crimebeat
Wilf Gregg reviews the latest additions to the True Crime bookshelf.

This month’s new titles, including Catch Me When You Can, by Leanne Perry, and The Prince, His Tutor and the Ripper by Deborah McDonald



We would like to acknowledge the valuable assistance given by the following people in the production of this issue of Ripperologist: Peter Blau, Peggy Perdue and the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection, Toronto, Ontario, Canada....Thank you!

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