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Attention all posters,

Issue 45 of the Ripperologist, March 2003, is now available. The magazine is produced under the editorship of Paul Begg, with the collaboration of Adam Wood (Production), Christopher T George (North American Editor), Coral Kelly (Subscriptions)and Eduardo Zinna (European Editor). The current issue features articles by Robert J McLaughlin on the interpretation of Lipsky, Stawell Heard and Lindsay Siviter on different aspects of the torn envelope found at Annie Chapman's murder site, Andy and Sue Parlour on the history of 'H' Division (Whitechapel) and Eduardo Zinna on Emile Zola and the human beast, a Joseph Sickert Obituary, regular columns by Adrian Morris, Wilf Gregg, Christopher-Michael DiGrazia and Chris Scott, reviews, news, competitions and much, much more. Subscription to the magazine costs 24 or US$60 and includes membership in the Cloak and Dagger Club. To subscribe contact Coral Kelly at coralkelly52@hotmail.com.
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Attention all posters,

Issue 46 of the Ripperologist, May 2003, will soon be available! The magazine is produced by Paul Begg (Executive Editor), Eduardo Zinna (European Editor), Christopher T George (North American Editor), Adam Wood (Production)and Coral Kelly (Subscriptions Manager). The current issue features articles by Michael Conlon on Carrrie Brown, Jeffrey Bloomfield on Sir Robert Andersen, D J Leighton on Montague J Druitt, Christopher T George on A E Coppard, Bernard Brown on Sergeant Kirby, Eduardo Zinna on William Le Queux, the first appearance in English of Camille Lemonnier's short story 'The Man Who Kills Women' - first published on 2 November 1888 - a Donald Bell Obituary, regular columns by Adrian Morris, Wilf Gregg, Christopher-Michael DiGrazia and Chris Scott, reviews, news, competitions, cartoons and much, much more. Subscription to the magazine costs 24 or US$60 and includes membership in the Cloak and Dagger Club. To subscribe contact Coral Kelly at coralkelly52@hotmail.com.

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