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East London Series: Call the Midwife Historic Walk

The New Yorker recently published an article about Call the Midwife. It talked about how brutal the show is while still being wholesome and warm. 1,749 more words

Art/Museums

Cinema Sunday: The Lodger (1944)

Title: The Lodger

Distributor: 20th Century Fox

Writer: Barré Lyndon

Director: John Brahm

Producer: Robert Bassler

Starring: Merle Oberon, Laird Cregar, George Sanders, Sir Cedric Hardwicke… 1,178 more words

Horror

Whelk Exclusive: Squeaky Clean Star's Ripper Shame

The Whitechapel Whelk can exclusively reveal that Daytime TV Host and Sun newspaper columnist, Lorraine Kelly, has a sinister connection to the infamous mass murderer, Jack The Ripper, whose grisly crimes led to a reign of terror in late 19th century London. 280 more words

The Whitechapel Whelk

Review: Stalking Jack the Ripper

Title: Stalking Jack the Ripper

Author: Kerri Maniscalco

Date of Publication: September 20, 2016

Goodreads Summary: 

Seventeen-year-old Audrey Rose Wadsworth was born a lord’s daughter, with a life of wealth and privilege stretched out before her. 476 more words

Young Adult

Jack the Ripper - Illustration

A paper illustration of Jack the Ripper I did in college. I used layers of cut paper to create the image, each sheet a different color. 59 more words

'Prisoner 4374' by A. J. Griffiths-Jones


Prisoner 4374

Scottish-born Dr. Thomas Neill Cream is often suspected of being the face behind the Jack the Ripper murders, but has he been misrepresented? There’s no doubt he was responsible for several deaths, but does the fact that he spent time in an American prison during the Whitechapel killings let him off the hook, or could he have been otherwise involved in the legendary murders? 341 more words

Reviews

The Tainted soul of “Jack the Ripper” in me!

I was thinking of Joan Grant and others today. All about how they have purported to have been alive before and how they actually remember their past lives, it was fascinating to read about them. 510 more words

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