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Ripperologist No. 23: June 1999

Contents:

Page One:

Editorial Comment...

 

Page Two:

"...I Beg to Report..."

 

 

Notes and News

 

Page Five:

Proceedings of The Cloak and Dagger Club

 

 

A summary of the last C&D Club meeting

Adam Wood

Page Seven:

Editor's Comments

 

 

Advance Warning...

 

 

Forthcoming publications

 

Page Nine:

"...Respectfully Submitted..."

 

 

Letters to the Editor

 

Page Twelve:

More "...I Beg to Report... "

 

Page Thirteen:

Speakers Comer:

 

 

Introducing Melvyn Fairclough

 

 

Advance Warning:

 

 

Forthcoming books and artifacts...

 

Page Fourteen:

On the Trail of David Cohen

Trevor Spinage

Page Fifteen:

Unfortunate Lives

Gerry Nixon

Page Seventeen:

What Kind of Killer?

Bob Hinton

Page Eighteen:

The Psychological Profiles of Barnett and Hutchinson

Bill Beadle

Page Nineteen:

A Murder Weapon

Marjorie Barton

 

Juvenile Prostitution in Mid-Late Victorian England

Scott Hannaford

Page Twenty-Two:

On Mother Kelly's Doorstep...

Des McKenna

Page Twenty-Three:

Was Jack the Ripper Left-Handed?

Stawell Heard

Page Twenty-Five:

Signs of the Times:

 

 

A Diary of the Cleveland Street Scandal

Paul Daniel

Page Thirty:

Hal Hal The Caption Competition compiled by -

Patrick Jepher

Page Thirty-One:

Packer - Was He a Witness?

Dave Yost

Page Thirty-Five:

Mary Kelly - The Simple Truth, Revisited -1

Mark Banner

 

A Reply to John Wilding

 

Page Thirty-Six:

Mary Kelly - The Simple Truth, Revisited - 2

John Wilding

 

A Reply to Bill Beadle

 

Page Thirty-Eight:

Jack the Ripper Lived Here!

Colin King

 

In the Next Issue:

 

Page Thirty-Nine:

Searching for Mary Kelly

Paul Daniel

Page Forty:

The C&D Club Diary

 

 

Forthcoming Activities at the C&D Club

 

Page Forty-One:

Search and Find

 

 

The Pubs and Beer Houses of Whitechapel - Part 2

 

Page Forty-Three:

Views From the Past

 

 

Days of My Years - Chapter 4 - Laying the Ghost of JTR

Sir Melville Macnagten

 

Reviews:

 

Page Forty-Five:

"Ripper" An Original Screenplay by Deron Shirley

Adam Wood

Page Forty-Six:

Jack the Ripper by Mark Bloodworth and Gary Reed

Paul Daniel

Page Forty-Seven:

Hvem Var Jack the Ripper? by Carl Muusmann

Paul Begg

Page Forty-Eight:

Rlpperologist and The Cloak and Dagger Club:

 

Inside Back Cover:

General Information...

 

On the Cover

This issue's cover illustrations all refer to the article that can be found on page 29 under the heading of 'Signs of the Times', and it's reportage of the Cleveland Street Scandal of 1889 which allegedly included Prince Eddy. The circular drawing is self-explanatory. The bottom picture to the left depicts a male prostitute touting for business dressed in drag, while the right-hand drawing shows a post-boy being interviewed by a policeman.

This issue of Ripperologist contains over 45,000 words