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Ripperologist No. 89: March 2008


Features


Would the Ripper Have Confessed?
Editorial by Christopher T. George

Best Bet to Be Proved the Ripper?
Don Souden looks at the suspects from a new perspective

D’Onston Stephenson: Dissecting the incident off Flamborough Head
By Mike Covell

Synagogues of the East End and the Era of Jack the Ripper
By Christopher T. George

Frederick Deeming and the Old Melbourne Gaol
By Adam Went



Regulars


Whitechapel Times
Jennifer Pegg gives us a round up of some world events from March 1888

Victorian Larder: Oceans Eleven
By Jane Coram

East End Life. A Taste of Hades: The Birth of London's Underground
By Adam Wood

Press Trawl
Chris Scott returns with more from the news from the 19th century

News and Views

I Beg to Report
From the From the London Dungeon Ripper Exhibition to the Hong Kong Strangler

Letters to the Editor

Book Reviews