This is a lovely dark tale for a sunny day. I’ve been a Ripperologist for 30+ years, ever intrigued by a 131 year old crime. I’ve amassed a library of over 1000 Ripper and Victorian era books, attended a dozen international conferences, and written related articles and fictional short stories because it seems while we […]
Jack The Ripper
I do tend to get sidetracked with all the new books coming out and my backlist books become more and more back list haha. I want to try and slip more in there, though I’m not sure when I will find the time. Hopefully this post will inspire me to actually pick some of these […]
Rethinking the world’s most famous serial killer — and his victims — in the #MeToo era. from NYT > Home Page https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/20/opinion/sunday/jack-the-ripper-tour.html?partner=rss&emc=rss via NYT > Home Page
What better way to prepare children for the rigors of consumerism, than an Easter Egg hunt?
“Fear is a hungry beast. The more you feed it, the more it grows.”
https://soundcloud.com/fizzlewig/crime-thriller-jack-the-ripper A dark tv theme based on Jack the Ripper crimes in Whitechapel London.
Hello bookworms! I’m here with a review for a book recommended to me by bookstagram! I read it for the FaeCrate readalong and I fell in love with the series. I read this book in ONE day! Photo from @pagesenchanted To start, you may want to take a quick peek at the synopsis if you haven’t […]
Claim: “Jack the Ripper” is the best-known name given to an unidentied serial killer who was active in the largely impoverished areas in and around the Whitechapel district of London in 1888. He was so called because of a letter who was written by someone who claims he was the killer, however the letter was […]
I’ve been listening to a podcast that is going through and discussing the AFI top 100 films. The most recent one was The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, most famous for Humphrey Bogart’s character going bat shit insane and for the line, “Badges, we don’t need no steekin’ badges!”. The film is based upon a […]
Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Police detective Vadim Lesiev (Marton Csokas) tracks the killer known as “the Monster of Rostov” in David Grieco’s film based on true events. The story follows Lesiev as he investigates the activities of Russian literature professor Andrei Chikatilo (Malcolm McDowell), a vicious serial killer who covers his bloody crimes by eating […]