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Ripperologist
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The September issue of Ripperologist (No. 49) is now available. Its contents include Christopher George on the 2003 UK Ripper Conference, Paul Shearman on Edward Stanley the Pensioner, Rob Hills on Thomas Cutbush, Bernard Brown on PC John Neil, Chris George on PC Richard Brown, Eduardo Zinna on the Elephant Man, Wilf Gregg on Scottish crime and Christopher-Michael DiGrazia's last word, plus reviews, news and even a cartoon. Get your copy from Coral Kelly, Subscriptions Manager, 170 Eswyn Road, Tooting, London SW17 8TN, United Kingdom or coralkelly52@hotmail.com: one copy, 4, US$ 10 or Euros 6 - or, better still, subscribe!

Issue 50 will be a milestone: contributors already lined up include Anne Perry, Kim Newman, Donald Rumbelow, Martin Fido, Bernard Brown, Perry L Curtis and others. Do not miss it!
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Robert Charles Linford
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Hi CTG

Fascinating article on PC Richard Brown. Definitely someone I'd like to know more about.

Robert
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Alan Sharp
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Great to see one of William MacGonigall's fine poetic works included as well. It is a tragedy that this man was never made poet laureate.
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Robert Charles Linford
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McGonagall was...well, in a class of his own. But I also liked the Monty Python Scottish poet who wrote begging poems :

"Och my bonny wee lassie!
Lend us a quid,
And I can pay you back on Tuesday."

Robert

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