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  • ISBN: 9781782192688
  • ISBN: 1782192689
  • ISBN: 9781782193463
  • ISBN: 1782193464
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (272 pages)
  • Publisher: New York : John Blake Publishing, 2003.

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General Note:
"Satanism, the occult, murder ... the sinister truth of the doctor who was Jack the Ripper."
Formatted Contents Note:
Cover; Title Page; Dedication; CONTENTS; Introduction; CHAPTER ONE: How It All Started; CHAPTER TWO: A Brief History of London, the East End and Crime in the Capital; CHAPTER THREE: The First Victim; CHAPTER FOUR: The Second Victim; CHAPTER FIVE: The Third Victim; CHAPTER SIX: The Fourth Victim; CHAPTER SEVEN: The Fifth Victim; CHAPTER EIGHT: Analysis of the Death Sites; CHAPTER NINE: Jack the Ripper's Occult Plans for the Whitechapel Murders; CHAPTER TEN: Ripper Myth and Inaccuracy; CHAPTER ELEVEN: Who Was Jack the Ripper?; CHAPTER TWELVE: A Classic Case of Mishandling by Police and Press.
CHAPTER THIRTEEN: The Real Story of Jack the RipperAppendix 1; Appendix 2; Appendix 3; Appendix 4; Appendix 5; Copyright.
Summary, etc.:
For more than a century, the horrific story of Jack the Ripper has endured. The ghastly crimes of the world's most notorious serial killer have become legend, and since they were committed, contemporary sleuths have spent many lifetimes attempting to identify their perpetrator. Jack the Ripper's Black Magic Rituals takes the reader step-by-step through the precise events at the center of the Ripper's reign of terror, uncovering a twisted mélange of murder and black magic. More importantly, author Ivor J. Edwards makes a convincing case as to Jack the Ripper's true identity. That man is Dr. Robert Donston Stephenson, an army surgeon, occultist, and magician, who may have also murdered and dismembered his own wife before his terrible spree in Whitechapel began.
Subject: Jack, the Ripper.
Serial murders > England > London > History > 19th century.
Occult crime > Great Britain.
TRUE CRIME > Murder > Serial Killers.
SOCIAL SCIENCE > Criminology.
Nineteenth century.
London (England)
Serial murderers.
Genre: Electronic books.

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