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Jack the Ripper: The Casebook

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Richard Jones has written books on the Jack the Ripper murders, Dickensian London, the myths and legends of Britain and Ireland, and magic. In addition, he has written books and presented documentaries on the London of Charles Dickens, Jack the Ripper's London, the life of William Shakespeare and Sherlock Holmes. Concerning that only one page for every subject is available, the informations of course were kept short, but that doesn't break the reading enjoyment down.

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He has also written extensively on haunted Britain and Ireland, as well as on the myths, legends and folklore of the British Isles. A fascinating case if I may say so myself, even if I find police recordings and murder investigations a bit dull, probably because I've watched way too many cop shows.

The information is presented in a logical manner, with intros to the time and the area at the start, a chronological sequence of events, page by page, through the middle, and then possible identities and reasons for why the killer was never caught at the end. If you cannot find him walking the streets or in a London pub, he is probably playing drums with his band PARIAHLORD, who have just released their first full length-album. In "Jack the Ripper: The Casebook" the reader is taken on a tour of the underworld of Victorian London, traveling into the backstreets of Whitechapel and Spitalfields where the murders took place. Das Buch ist zwar nicht unfassbar text- und detailreich, bietet aber genug Informationen, um das Thema einigermaßen abzudecken. In two parts : Part I 1888-1972 which features views expressed and material published, including the memoirs of officials and police officers etc.He is a fully qualified London Blue Badge Tourist Guide, is Member of the prestigious Magic Circle, and was the originator of the acclaimed Jack the Ripper Tour, the London Ghost Walk and Charles Dickens London tours.

The fact it was printed in a font size you need a magnifying glass for -- it made the reading really, really hard and I know I missed a lot. We keep your information private and only share it with third parties who make this service possible.Philipp will talk about the perception of the Ripper murders in Germany, beginning with how German media dealt with the case in 1888 and what it is like today (spoiler alert: It includes a terrible German TV adaptation of the Ripper murders). This may not bother some people, but for me it really removes me from the Victorian atmosphere the book tries hard to purvey. This Casebook is an invaluable survey of the killer, his times and the web of complex and contradictory theories that have sprung up in his wake. This book describes on every page , and only on one page, the victims of Jack the Ripper, it starts with a short introduction of the life and the people of the East End during this century and ended with the main suspects of the murder series.

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