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9780786707683

The Ultimate Jack the Ripper Companion

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  • ISBN13:

    9780786707683

  • ISBN10:

    0786707682

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2000-12-01
  • Publisher: Carroll & Graf Pub

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This singular encyclopedic work offers the ultimate in Ripper resources. Solidly researched and profusely illustrated, it presents in one volume, a prime-source reference book on the 11 shocking prostitute murders that took place in the East End of London between 1888 and 1891. of photos.

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
xi
Introduction 1(2)
3 April 1888--Murder of Emma Smith
3(5)
7 August 1888--Murder of Martha Tabram
8(13)
31 August 1888--Murder of Mary Ann Nichols
21(28)
8 September 1888--Murder of Annie Chapman
49(21)
September 1888--The Chapman Inquest and Police Enquiries
70(38)
September 1888--Dr Anderson on Sick Leave and the Question of a Reward
108(12)
30 September 1888--Murder of Elizabeth Stride
120(17)
October 1888--The Stride Inquest
137(41)
30 September 1888--Murder of Catherine Eddowes
178(21)
The Eddowes Inquest
199(40)
October 1888--Will the Unknown Killer Strike Again?
239(26)
More on Rewards and October Precautions
265(26)
The Bloodhounds
291(9)
October 1888--A Strange Story
300(6)
A Suspect Arrested in France
306(7)
October 1888--A Person ``Professes to be Able to Capture the Murderer''
313(18)
15 October 1888--A Dead Letter
331(3)
9 November 1888--Murder of Mary Jane Kelly
334(16)
November 1888--Sir Charles Warren Resigns and Royal Involvement
350(9)
10 November 1888--Dr Bond ``Profiles'' the Killer
359(4)
12 November 1888--The Kelly Inquest
363(17)
21 November 1888--A Second Outrage?
380(3)
Police Activity Following the Kelly Murder
383(14)
Edward Knight Larkins--An Early ``Ripper'' Theorist
397(21)
December 1888--An American View
418(4)
20 December 1888--Murder of Rose Mylett, alias Lizzie Davis
422(18)
January 1889 Onwards--Continuing Vigilance in Whitechapel
440(8)
17 July 1889--Murder of Alice McKenzie
448(32)
10 September 1889--Murder of an Unknown Woman
480(36)
Inspector Moore Interviewed About the Whitechapel Murders
516(5)
An Allegation Against Sergeant Thick--Further Allowance Claims
521(15)
September 1889--Dr Forbes Winslow Names a Suspect
536(5)
October 1889--Another Extraordinary Suspect
541(5)
November 1889--Another Foreign Suspect
546(5)
13 February 1891--Murder of Frances Coles
551(26)
May 1892--Frederick Bailey Deeming
577(6)
23 February 1894--Suspects Named By Chief Constable M.L. Macnaghten
583(9)
The Missing Suspects Files
592(13)
December 1888--Another Contemporary Suspect
605(6)
The Littlechild Suspect
611(12)
The Anderson Suspect
623(14)
A City Police Suspect
637(8)
Chief Inspector Abberline and the Chapman Theory
645(7)
14 October 1896--A Letter From ``Jack the Ripper''
652(4)
Sources 656(14)
Appendix 1: Chronicle of Events 670(5)
Appendix 2: Notes on Senior Police and Home Office Officials 675(8)
Index 683

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