Saucy Guest Bloggers

Here you’ll find essays written by fellow writers and Ripper researchers.  My hope is that this will become a tidy collection of Ripper related writings, a place where writers and researchers can gather together and share their thoughts on all things Jack the Ripper.  So please, check back often for more Saucy Guest Bloggers.

If you have an interest in the Ripper case, and would like to contribute an essay to Saucy Guest Bloggers, please send an email to: brettmcbean@hotmail.com

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Published on December 4, 2010 at 12:08 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. Hey Brett, nice page you have made. It is ironic that after all these years a video game finally names the “most likely suspect.” I found a site of weather records for the time period (no weather bug apps back then 🙂 http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/learning/library/archive-hidden-treasures/monthly-weather-report-1880s
    Little things such as atmospheric conditions ( whether the murderer even cared if full moon, fog, rain, clear etc. even mattered I don’t know.) Having said that, if I were to contemplate a night killing I would think many factors may contribute to stealthy retreat.. Rain or a new moon or fog would seem the best cover especially considering the area (predominantly poor) likely didn’t have as many gas lamps as say a wealthy area? I never read any witness accounts constituting what the weather was at the time. It would be interesting to see if he was conscious of it or if it didn’t matter and perhaps was lucky each time in escape… Not to mention he probably knew every nook and cranny of the area. Ned

    • Thanks for your comment, Ned. I believe it was mostly wet and/or clear on the nights Jack struck (never foggy, indicating he preferred the weather to be clearer).


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