Editorial: In the Eye of the Beholder
Christopher T. George
John Henry Lonsdale: A Possible Source of Macnaghten’s ‘Private Information’
By Andrew Spallek
Cadosch – The Other Side of the Fence
by Gavin Bromley
‘Consider Yourself One of Us’
A survey from the Wolverhampton Conference proves fascinating.
By Jennifer Pegg and Don Souden
Sherlock Holmes and Jack The Ripper
Part Three - translated by Eduardo Zinna
Victims – Haunting Art in the East End
A new exhibition of art inspired by the victims of Jack the Ripper, reviewed by Adam Wood.
Walter Sickert and The Camden Town Nudes
An important exhibition of Sickert's series of Nudes, including The Camden Town Murder. From the archives, John Barber looks at the source of the painting.
Chris Scott returns with news reports of Carrie Brown's murder and the search for her killer.
News and Views
I Beg to Report
On the Crimebeat
Wilf Gregg reviews the latest additions to the True Crime bookshelf.
This month’s new titles
We would like to acknowledge the valuable assistance given by the following people in the production of this issue of Ripperologist: John Malcolm,Peter E Blau, Peggy Perdue, Kim O’ Neil and Nicola Morrison Thank you!
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