Jack the Ripper: The Facts

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Pavilion Books, 18. apr 2013 - 300 pages
Using contemporary documents, police files, Home Office papers and newspaper reports, 'Jack the Ripper: The Facts' recreates the notorious crimes and police investigation of 1888 to provide the best available overview of the 'Great Victorian Mystery', the greatest unsolved, true crime story of all time. Written by one of the world's foremost authorities on the case, this is a completely rewritten and fully updated edition of Begg's classic title Jack the Ripper. It follows the crimes chronologically and records the most significant events, witness testimonies and aspects of the police investigation. As well as objectively examining the primary police suspects, Begg provides a fascinating and authoritative insight into related political issues and background events.
 

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Contents

Are You One of
Francis Tumblety
Sir Charles Warren Resigns
Mary Jane Kelly
Murders After Mary Kelly
The Macnaghten Memorandum
Montague John Druitt
Michael Ostrog

Suspects
Elizabeth Stride
Catherine Eddowes
The Matter of Rewards
Dear Boss
Kosminski
Other Ripper Suspects
Notes and References
Bibliography
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Paul Begg is acknowledged worldwide as one of the leading authorities on the Jack the Ripper mystery. He is co-author of the 'Ripper Bible', 'The Jack the Ripper A to Z', and has written 'Jack the Ripper: The Definitive History'.

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