Jack the Ripper: Light-Hearted Friend

Gemini Press, 1996 - 293 pages
Proves that legendary children's author Lewis Carroll was really Jack the Ripper!
-- Movie rights sold.
-- Endorsed with an introduction by British expert, Colin Wilson.
-- Praised by reviewers for the quality and thoroughness of it's research -- a complete circumstantial case.
-- Presented by Harper's Magazine in November, 1996.
-- Author's sequel to The Agony of Lewis Carroll.

This work presents a complete circumstantial case rivaling any others thus far. It analyzes the unique method of communication Charles Dodgson (aka Lewis Carroll) used in books he published after the murders to "confess" to the killings. Also includes a motive, psychological profile, knowledge, and opportunity, along with a specially commissioned forensic handwriting analysis.

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There is a good chance that I'm just far too easily amused, but I actually loved the completely insanse, but nonetheless very original idea of (hidden) confessions of the Ripper murders ... Consulter l'avis complet

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List of Illustrations and Maps
Authors Preface
The Murders
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