October 2005 - Issue #24
|Introduction: Dead Tired - Dan Norder||p. 3|
|Jack the Ripper 2005 Conference: Brighton - Wolf Vanderlinden
An overview of this year's biggest event in Ripperology
|Uncle Jack Under the Microscope - Jennifer Pegg
Finding the flaws and distortions in this recent book
|On the Trail of Tumblety? Part 2 - Wolf Vanderlinden
Was Inspector Andrews really chasing the quack doctor?
|Death in the Lodging House - Robert Clack
The murder of Mary Ann Austin on Dorset Street
|Grave-Spitting & Other Tall Tales - Don Souden
You've heard the stories, but are they true?
|A Death in Whitechapel - Bernard Brown
Inspector Death and others on the job in the East End
|Finding the Victims' Graves - Andrew J. Spallek
How to visit the burial sites of the canonical five
|From the Newspaper Morgue - Wolf Vanderlinden||p. 100|
|The Inquest - Jennifer Pegg||p. 109|
|News & Notes - Dan Norder||p. 113|
|The Bookcase - Dan Norder, Wolf Vanderlinden and Tom Wescott||p. 118|
|The Whitechapel Letterbox||p. 129|
|'My Funny Little Games'||p. 131|
On the cover: Front: A Jane Coram illustration of PC Neil discovering the body of Mary Ann Nichols on Buck's Row. Back: An artist's depiction of the 1901 killing of Mary Ann Austin, as published in The Illustrated Police Budget.
Special thanks to: Stewart P. Evans, for various images, Don Souden, for behind the scenes assistance. Jane Coram, for another great cover.