TRUE CRIME & RIPPEROLOGY

As well as Authors and Books, this section also feature Resources, Forums, Media, Conferences and Events for True Crime & Ripperology.

The Jack The Ripper Crime Conference 2017 – Liverpool

THE JACK THE RIPPER CRIME CONFERENCE 2017 FRIDAY 22nd, SATURDAY 23rd, SUNDAY 24th, SEPTEMBER 2017. – MARRIOTT HOTEL LIVERPOOL – 1 QUEEN SQUARE, LIVERPOOL L1 1RH The Jack the Ripper Crime Conference weekend will be held at the Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre. See link for Conference Venue www.crimeconference.com/venue/ Go to the Conference Website...

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John Barber – True Crime & Murder Mysteries

True Crime – Crime Fiction: entertaining and absorbing Murder Mysteries – Anthologies – Historical – Literary – Memoirs. Out of the ordinary stories, the weird and wonderful! And don’t miss his Best of British blog! John Barber has been writing professionally since 1996 beginning with articles for magazines on social and local history. His...

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Sickert & The Ripper Crimes

In the autumn of 1888, London women lived under the shadow of the Ripper murders-killings perhaps unmatched in their sadistic brutality. Sickert & The Ripper Crimes derives from the unsuspected testimony of the woman who had particular reason to fear for her life. Florence Pash, friend and colleague of the artist Walter Sickert and...

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THE CAMDEN TOWN MURDER

  “Her throat was cut, from ear to ear; her head almost severed from her body.’ On the morning of September 12th 1907, the body of Emily Dimmock was found in her rented rooms in Camden Town, London. The murderer has never been identified. EMILY DIMMOCK followed the tragic fate of so many poor...

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Exhumation of A Murder – The Life and Trial of Major Armstrong

Exhumation of A Murder – The Life and Trial of Major Armstrong

  ”The case of Major Armstrong, the celebrated Hay Poisoner, the only solicitor ever to hang, is one of those classic, old-fashioned English murders which hail from the heyday of court-room drama when, with the hangman lurking in the pine-and-panel wings and the black cap an object of horrifyingly alarming currency rather than mere...

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JACK THE RIPPER IN FACT AND FICTION

                      In the autumn of 1888 the streets of London were streets of terror. The cause – a series of mysterious and apparently motiveless murders. Respectable citizens cowered behind shuttered windows and multi-locked doors. Ironically, however, it was not the respectable who were in...

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The Jack The Ripper Crime Conference 2017 – Liverpool

THE JACK THE RIPPER CRIME CONFERENCE 2017 FRIDAY 22nd, SATURDAY 23rd, SUNDAY 24th, SEPTEMBER 2017. – MARRIOTT HOTEL LIVERPOOL – 1 QUEEN SQUARE, LIVERPOOL...

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Altered States in Magic – Full Day workshop with Julian Vayne at Treadwell’s

SATURDAY, 7th, OCTOBER, 2017. Price: £75 (£40 deposit, balance due on the day). Time: 10.45 arrival for 11 am start. Ends 5.30 pm. Register...

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Treadwell’s Magical Bloomsbury Walking Tour

SATURDAY, 26th AUGUST, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm Magical Bloomsbury Walking Tour Guided Walk – Christina Oakley Harrington £15 Time: Meet 12.50...

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Museum of Witchcraft and Magic – Guided Walks with Folklorist Steve Patterson

GUIDED WALKS AROUND BOSCASTLE WITH FOLKLORIST STEVE PATTERSON Walks start outside the Museum, on Wednesdays, from July to September, at 2 p.m. Summer is...

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Grimoires, Goetia, Enochiana, Solomonic Magick – David Rankine & Stephen Skinner

For centuries, Grimoires have fascinated the public’s imagination. People often ask us about how they could learn more about this topic and what books...

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