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Review - Ripper Street S1-5

London Metropolitan’s H Division turns to solving crimes in the wake of the Jack the Ripper killings.

When Jack the Ripper took to the streets of Whitechapel in the late 1800s, it was up to the men serving a particular police force to hunt the perpetrator down and put the fears of the public to rest. 1,727 more words


Whitechapel Murder, Riot and Siege: The Ripper, Krays, Cable St, Sidney St

Jack the Ripper walks around Spitalfields/Whitechapel/the City are frankly no longer worth doing unless you enjoy walking round building sites. The area in which all but one of the murders took place is now a sea of construction, with nothing left to see from Victorian times. 247 more words

The Midnight Assassin by Skip Hollandsworth

In my heart it’s always October. The night is full of terrors and we don’t know what we’re supposed to do. October is Harvest Moon, Ray Bradbury and unsolicited confessions. 754 more words


Halloween 2017

Last year, I made a Commander Cube (“Treats and Tricks”) for Halloween. It was really fun, especially with so many archetypes from throughout Magic’s history to draw from. 426 more words


Calling All Fans of the Macabre and Supernatural...

Are you tempted by terror, hungry for hauntings and scintillated by the supernatural? Are you a surveyor of cemeteries, giddy for ghosts, enticed by the eerie? 208 more words

Daily Prompt

"low class Polish jew": Is There Any Other Kind?

Jack the Ripper was a 23-year-old Polish immigrant called Aaron Kosminski, according to an author claiming to have exposed the serial killer’s true identity using DNA evidence. 391 more words