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Journal of the Whitechapel Society
Journal of the Whitechapel Society
Six issues per annum, approx. 16-20 pp per issue. Illustrated.
First published: 2005.

Mark Galloway, Founder (2005-Present)
Adrian Morris, Editor (2005-Present)
Frogg Moody, Journal Production Director
Coral Kelly, Subscriptions

Casebook Review:

The newest addition to the field of Ripper periodicals, the Journal of the Whitechapel Society seems to harken back more to the earlier days of Ripperologist - and with good reason. With Mark Galloway as founder, Adrian Morris as Editor of the Journal and Coral Kelly as subscription manager, what we have here really is the "old guard" of the Cloak and Dagger Club. The Journal still contains Ripper-related articles, but has a more "clubby" feel to it, with numerous items on Club news and social events, and an abiding interest in East End history as a whole.

The reviewer has seen only the pilot issue, which was a bit thin (though pilot issues always are). Nevertheless the articles were of a quality you would expect from former members of Ripperologist, and I'm sure this will only improve through future issues.

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SUBSCRIPTION TO THE JOUNAL OF THE WHITECHAPEL SOCIETY IS 9.00 PER YEAR(UK). OVERSEA ENQUIRIES,SEE BELOW. SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE JOURNAL INCLUDES FREE ENTRY INTO THE WHITECHAPEL SOCIETY MEETINGS WITH A GUEST SPEAKER. FULL DETAILS:- www.whitechapelsociety.com

CORAL KELLY, SUBSCRIPTIONS MANAGER, CAN BE REACHED AT:

THE WHITECHAPEL SOCIETY
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MEMBERS ATTENDING THE MEETINGS WILL RECIEVE THEIR COPY OF THE WHITECHAPEL SOCIETY JOURNAL ON ENTRY, BUT FOR MEMBERS NOT ATTENDING, THE JOURNAL IS SENT POST FREE TO BRITAIN. PLEASE MAKE CHEQUES PAYABLE TO: THE WHITECHAPEL SOCIETY.

FOR OVERSEA ENQUIRIES ON SUBSCRIBING TO THE JOURNAL, PLEASE EMAIL CORAL KELLY FOR INFORMATION:- coralkelly52@hotmail.com

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