Wednesday, June 08, 2005
Jack the Ripper sites
I've added some sites that are of interest to Ripperologists. I will be reviewing these as well as posting a news report about a NEW suspect pretty soon. Also, I just read Jack the Ripper: One Hundred Years of Mystery by Peter Underwood and while outdated, (early 80s) it's still an interesting read. One of the points he makes is that Ripperologists really DON'T want the mystery solved, as that would collapse the whole industry. But he says that he would like to know the identity, as would I. Underwood further states that he hopes that evidence or a journal would be found in an old house or building containing the confession of the real killer. Sounds exactly like what was perpetrated in The Diary of Jack the Ripper.
posted by Unknown @ 1:22 PM | 2 comments

At 3:57 PM, Blogger Rachel said...

Taken out of context:

Ripperologist = a person whose only job involves "ripping you a new one"

At 6:52 PM, Blogger ET said...

I can be a Ripperologist, too!


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