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Ripper Research


At the time of the murders & for the next few years, a lot was written about the murders including some books. Other than memoirs of officers who worked on the case, which is valuable, little else was written until after WWI. 1929 the 1st full length book in English was ‘The Mystery of Jack the Ripper” by Leonard Matters. ...then ...fictional formats as Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger. Dan Farson did a television show about the Ripper & uncovered a version of the McNaghten memoranda. 1960s, writing such as Tom Cullen’s Autumn of Terror & Robin Odell’s Jack the Ripper in Fact & Fiction. In 1970 a new theory was published in which the grandson of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence & Avondale, was accused of being the Ripper. Just like his nemesis in fiction, Sherlock Holmes, the 1970s saw Jack being either paired with someone famous or identified as being someone famous. (Q?s: M’Naghten / Macnaghten / McNaghten – Whitechapel + Babcock / Cockney – Mather / Watters / Watt is Gutteridge / Matthews / Matheson / Them – Dan Farrow / Farrell – Farquarson – Cullen with Charlie Sheen a.k.a. Carlos Irwin Estevez / Mullen – Delroy – Robin Nicholas with Ian Swayze & Chatterjee / Carter – Victor – Eldon – Alberti – Philip Clary – Lorance – Clara / Clair – Avian / Apron / Avon, got people to open their doors, just like the Pizza delivery guys – Sherk – Hurley – Chisholm – Vale to Cox?)

It was a decade that featured ideas of criminal organization being responsible that were passed off & termed as “absurd conspiracy theories”. Some thought it was involving Freemasons, court physicians, & sinister figures from organizations. At this time Donald Rumbelow's The Complete Jack the Ripper was published, police files still existing were made available to all. The 1980s saw a tide of books published to cash in on the centennial of the Murders & lost evidence was returned anonymously to the police & Swanson's notes on Anderson's suspect were found. The FBI's Behavioral Sci. Unit did a criminal profile of the Ripper & aspects of the murders were discussed in various professional journals. In 1990s, 2 books have appeared that are musts for people who are interested in the Ripper murders. The Jack the Ripper A to Z by Paul Begg, Martin Fido, & Keith Skinner & Sugden's “The Complete History of Jack the Ripper” has replaced Rumbelow's authoritative source for information. A phony diary supposedly written by the Ripper was published & the authentic letter revealing the suspect Dr. Francis Tumblety has also been released. (Q?s: Rumbelo’s copy would be more to the bare truth then the newer versions that have gone through opportunity to taint the information – Camden / Campbell / Rumbelow / Tumblety / Trump – Skinner / Kinnear / Kmiec to Siwek – Bogdon / Dugdale - Carson – Farqueson – Fiona – Legg / Clegg / Biggerstaff / Briggs – Mullin – Dell – Swanso / Swayse / Manson / Souse – Sw anson / Anderson – Tumbleturn is a term used in the printing & publishing industry?)

 It would be appreciated if anyone could add information in assistance to build this section to a whole time line of events, connections & evidence, send to: public.oversight@hotmail.ca & energy.combustion102@hotmail.ca


See interesting genealogical information found surrounding these names in the “Characters Facts” attachment by using control F Flag & following the Cover index. Find these files by going to Hotmail & open public account called genetic.crime.mapping105@hotmail.com & use public pass code “infreedom”, then go to inbox & save the latest attachments in your USB stick or on a disk. If account says “Temporarily Blocked” go to blue line that says “Skip this for Now”, & click on it, & account will open. (also mapping102, 101, 106)
See interesting genealogical information found surrounding these names in the “Characters Facts” attachment by using control F Flag & following the Cover index. Find these files by going to Hotmail & open public account called genetic.crime.mapping105@hotmail.com & use public pass code “infreedom”, then go to inbox & save the latest attachments in your USB stick or on a disk. If account says “Temporarily Blocked” go to blue line that says “Skip this for Now”, & click on it, & account will open. (also mapping102, 101, 106)

Other literary coverage:

Periodicals since the 1990s: Ripperana (1992-present), Ripperologist (1994-present, electronic format only since 2005), the Whitechapel Journal (1997–2000), Ripper Notes (1999-present), Ripperoo (2000–2003), & the The Whitechapel Society 1888 Journal (2005-present).


Stewart Evans & Keith Skinner (2001) Jack the Ripper: Letters From Hell & (2000), The Ultimate Jack the Ripper Companion; L. Perry Curtis, Jr. (2001) Jack the Ripper and the London Press; Philip Sugden (1995) The Complete History of Jack the Ripper; Donald Rumbelow (2004) The Complete Jack the Ripper; Penguin Stewart Evans & Donald Rumbelow (2006) Jack the Ripper: Scotland Yard Investigates; Wolf Vanderlinden, "'Considerable Doubt' and the Death of Annie Chapman", Ripper Notes #22; Gerard Spicer, "The Thames Torso Murders of 1887-89" (Q?s: Van der Shildon is Van der Heyden – Robert Heyding – Irene Van Dam – Landry – Wanda – Flow / Flower is Walker – Florence – Linden – Trump – Trimble – Bigelow – Spies / Sipes?)

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R. Michael Gordon (2002), "The Thames Torso Murders of Victorian London", McFarland & Company; Stewart P. Evans & Nicholas Connell (2000), The Man Who Hunted Jack the Ripper; Reynold's News Oct. 29, 1950, in which Terrence Robinson dubs her Fairy Fay "for want of a better name"; Paul Begg (2004) Jack the Ripper: The Facts; John Douglas, Mark Olshaker (2000), The Cases That Haunt Us; Stephen Knight (1976) Jack the Ripper: The Final Solution; DiGrazia, Christopher-Michael (Mar., 2000). "Another Look at the Lusk Kidney". Ripper Notes. ; Robin Odell (2006) Ripperology; Alan Moss & Keith Skinner, The Scotland Yard Files (2006); Stephen P. Ryder, Public Reactions to Jack the Ripper: Letters to the Editor Aug. – Dec. 1888 (2006); Martin A. Danahay & Alex Chisholm, Jekyll and Hyde Dramatized (2005); “Jack the Ripper is “wosrt Briton” at BBC News; (Q?s: Robin Nicholas to Collings to Kelly to O’Ceallaigh to David McConnell to Maureen Addie - Skinner to Siwek – Dr. Michael Moss – De Grassi / Ghazi / Gaza / Gloria – Garcia – Osler / Ostrog – Ryner - / Kilby & Kingsley Gordon – S. Grondin – Shaikh – Danbury – Delroy / Dobrin / Delaney / Odelia / Oddie to Brown / Elly / Ode / John Oka to Lucy Lucelle – Jeanette Chisholm Waddell overdose – Judge Jean L. MacFarland – Robis / Obis - Lahey?)


Also ---

Casebook: Jack the Ripper edited by Stephen P. Ryder

The Mammoth Book of Jack the Ripper (1999) edited by Maxim Jakubowski & Nathan Braund, (Q?s: Ryner - Nolan / Anthony – Thames / Anthem - Braun / Hitler – Max / Maximillian – Harim – Jubela / Jubelo / Jubelum – Jeblonowski – Brown – Brand / Brant / Andre – Benard – Ruban – Juwes + Siwek ?)

By Anna-Marie Goralczyk


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