Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Philip Sugden and Jack the Ripper A to Z
A writer named Tami Port makes the case on for the continued relevance of Philip Sugden's amazing The Complete History of Jack the Ripper.

Also, I just received notice that Amazon UK cannot locate a copy of the hardback new edition of Jack the Ripper A to Z. Bummer. I thought it was a reissue, or at least a new hardback version-apparently not.

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Victorian Peeper Blog
The always-great and must-read blog for those interested in 19th Century Britain, Victorian Peeper, chimes in on the Docklands Exhibition as well.
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Jack the Ripper Podcast Tour
Via My Museum of London, the Museum in Docklands have sponsored a Ripper Walk in anticipation of the museum's traveling exhibit on Jack the Ripper.

Take a look:

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Thursday, May 01, 2008
Ryde High School "Autumn of Terror"
This story chronicles the winners of the Rock Challenge, an arts competition among high schools in England. The overall winner was Ryde High School with a dance piece entitled, "Autumn of Terror."

If you are a member of the school or know someone who is, please contact me at the email for this site.

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The Victorian Web
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