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Ripperologist No. 13: August 1997

Contents:

Page One:

Editorial Comment

 

Page Two:

`.,.I Beg to Report...'

 

Notes and News

Page Five:

'-Respectfully Submitted...'

 

Letters to the Editor

Page Seven:

Speaker's Corner

 

Introducing D. S. Goffee - the Speaker for this Meeting

Page Eight:

From the Archives:

 

Another Horrible Discovery in London - Eastern Post: 6th Oct 1888

Page Nine:

Murdered by Jack the Ripper?

Kevin O'Donnell

 

New light on Elizabeth Stride

 

Page Eleven:

Gilleman - Finitum

Paul Begg

Page Fourteen:

Tod Slaughter - A Ripping Good Actor

Ross Strachan

Page Sixteen:

Signs of the Times:

Paul Daniel

 

The World's First Electric Tube Line - a Short Synopsis

 

Page Eighteen:

Proceedings...

Adam Wood

 

A summary of the last C&D meeting

 

Page Nineteen:

Prostitution

Nick Connell

Page Twenty-One:

The Funeral of Catharine Eddowes

James Marsh

Page Twenty-Three:

A Response to Edward Wakeling's Review

Richard Wallace

Page Twenty-Four:

Still Number One?

Mark Banner

Page Twenty-Five:

Jack's Fame In Tombstone, Arizona

Ray Luff

Page Twenty-Six:

Reports From "H" Division

Ed: Paul Daniel

 

,Notes of topographical interest...

 

Page Twenty-Eight:

A Tip-toe Through Whitechapel

Adrian Morris

 

Our special section dedicated to Mary Kelly

 

 

 

 

Page Twenty-Nine:

Title Page from Kelly's Directory for 1888

 

 

Page Thirty:

The Jim Marsh Poem

James Marsh

 

 

Poor Mary Jane

 

 

Page Thirty-One:

Was Mary Jane Kelly a Jack The Ripper Victim?

Claudia Oliver

 

Page Thirty-Three:

From The 'Star' - Monday 12th November 1888

 

 

Page Thirty-Four.

The Mysterious Key

Bob Hinton

 

Page Thirty-Six:

The Mafia Connection

Mark A R Kelly

 

Page Thirty-Seven:

9th November 1888 - Lord Mayor's Day

Rodney Worth

 

Page Forty:

Points I have Pondered/Things You Did Not Know

John Morrison

 

Page Forty-One:

The Secret Life of Mary Kelly

Des McKenna

 

 

Reviews:

 

 

Page Forty-Three:

JTR - The Final Chapter - by Paul H Feldman

Mark Howard

 

Page Forty-Five:

The JTR Whitechapel Murders - by Kevin O'Donnell

Adam Wood

 

Page Forty-Seven.

The Hunt for Jack the Ripper - by Walter Dew

Paul Begg

 

Page Forty-Nine:

Four contemporary pamphlets published by Stephen Ryder

Paul Daniel

 

Page Fifty:

Advance Warning:

 

 

 

Publications on the horizon...

 

 

Page Fifty-One:

Whitechapel Whispers - Pt IV

 

 

Page Fifty-Two:

In the Christmas Issue...

 

 

Inside back cover:

General Information