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Ripperologist
Ripperologist
Mark Galloway, Editor/Founder (1994-1997)
Paul Daniel, Editor (1997-2000)
Editor in Chief: Paul Begg
Editors: Christopher T George, Don Souden, and Adam Wood

Twelve issues per annum, approx. 60-80pp per issue. Electronic format only as of December 2005. Illustrated in full-color.
First published: 1994.

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What began as the club newsletter for the Cloak and Dagger Club eventually blossomed into the mammoth Ripperologist, which has long been considered the #1 publication for the study. In December 2005, the magazine made the bold decision to move to a purely electronic format. Issues are offered to subscribers now in Adobe PDF format, and are now published monthly (as opposed to bi-monthly with the previous print editions). Although traditionalists will bemoan the loss of a paper Ripperologist, so far the electronic version has been largely welcomed by a growing subscribership. Highly recommended.

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