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Portrait of a Killer: Jack the Ripper Case Closed (Berkley True Crime)

Jack the Ripper : The 21st Century Investigation

The Complete History of Jack the Ripper

The Ultimate Jack the Ripper Sourcebook: An Illustrated Encyclopedia
Stewart P. Evans, a retired police officer and curator of the Suffolk Police Museum in England, has researched the Whitechapel Murders for more than thirty years. He is the coauthor of Jack the Ripper: First American Serial Killer. Keith Skinner, for three decades a historical researcher of the Ripper case, is coauthor of such titles as The Ripper Legacy and The Jack the Ripper A to Z.

Jack the Ripper : And the Whitechapel Murders [BOX SET]

Jack the Ripper : The Definitive History
In 1888, the Whitechapel area of London was transfixed by a series of brutal murders. The horrific deaths of five women, all of whom were prostitutes, have been linked to various suspects, including an American Doctor, a businessman from Liverpool, Prince Albert and Queen Victoria's grandson. To this day, the identity of the killer remains unknown. Whoever he was, the murderer taunted the police with letters, signed with a pseudonym destined to strike a chill in our hearts even now, over one hundred years later, Jack the Ripper. Jack the Ripper: the Definitive History is the one book to which people will turn for the facts behind one of the most infamous and grisly episodes of the Victorian era. Up-to-date with all the latest findings, it chronologically recounts the events, giving a detailed account of the lives and movements of each of the victims. It reveals important insight into the mystery surrounding the true identity of the Whitechapel Murderer by discussing some fascinating and interesting facts. Ripper expert Paul Begg draws on his vast knowledge of the case to give the fullest account of the story to date.

Jack the Ripper : A Journal of the Whitechapel Murders 1888-1889 (A Treasury of Victorian Murder)

Ripper Notes: How the Newspapers Covered the Jack the Ripper Murders
"Ripper Notes: How the Newspapers Covered the Jack the Ripper Murders" is a collection of essays about press reports of the notorious Whitechapel serial killer as well as other related topics. "When the People Were in Terror" by Norman Hastings republishes for the first time a comprehensive series of early 20th century articles about the impact the Whitechapel murders had on society, from the police investigation of the crimes to the fear that gripped the public. "The Murder in Cartin's Court" by Don Souden looks at how the early newspaper reports seriously bungled the facts of the death of Mary Jane Kelly, the last of the canonical five Ripper victims. "The London Police: The View from the Irish Press" by Alan Sharp examines how journalists reacted to the police investigation, concentrating on reports printed in Ireland. Other contents include Stewart P. Evans with new information on the legends that psychic Robert Lees solved the case, Wolf Vanderlinden looking for the meaning behind several contemporary newspaper reports, and several other short pieces. Ripper Notes is a nonfiction anthology series covering all aspects of the Jack the Ripper case.

The American Murders of Jack the Ripper : Tantalizing Evidence of the Gruesome American Interlude of the Prime Ripper Suspect

Jack the Ripper : An Encyclopedia
Over 100 years ago, a serial killer murdered a number of prostitutes in the East End of London. He was the first serial killer to terrorize a large city�at a time when literacy was rising and the power of the newspaper press was enormous. �Jack the Ripper� was the popular name that originated from letters sent to the press by somebody purporting to be the killer.

The gruesome murders immediately entered the popular consciousness, and interest in them remains high even today. Despite, or because of, the lack of agreement among scholars about many aspects of the murders (we do not even know how many victims he claimed), Jack the Ripper has spawned a vast number of books and films. But we are no closer to knowing his identity.

Jack the Ripper (2003) DVD

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The Diary of Jack the Ripper (1993) DVD
In the 1890s in London, several prostitutes were murdered in ways so grisly and brutal that it terrorized the city's entire populace. Though the latest investigative techniques of the time were used, the murderer was never caught or even positively identified. The killer sent taunting letters to the police and newspapers, identifying himself as "Jack the Ripper," and the...

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