THE JACK THE RIPPER WHITECHAPEL MURDERS New Research and a Rewrite

Author: Parlour (Andy & Sue)
Year: 2015
Publisher: Ten Bells Publishing
Signed by the author
Edition Details: Revised & Updated (1st pub. 1997)
Book Condition: As New
ISBN: 0953126919
Price: 20.00
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Softcover. SIGNED. Taken from the Foreword : "31 August 2015 was the 127th anniversary of the murder of Mary Ann 'Polly' Nichols in East London's Whitechapel. In 1888 poor Mary Ann was the first victim of the infamous murderer we have all come to know as 'Jack the Ripper'. Born Mary Ann Walker, she married William Nichols in 1864. I(Andy) am related to Mary Ann Nichols through my great-grandfather on my father's side, George Nichols, William's cousin. My great-grandfather George married Mary Ann Cushway in 1884, hence two Mary Ann Nichols. A third Mary Ann Nichols came along in 1890 when George and Mary Ann had a daughter. It was this Mary Ann Nichols who married my grandfather, Benjamin William Parlour in 1912. She was also known as 'Polly'. My father was William Frederick, their first child, born in the Salvation Mothers' Home, Mile End, 1913." This Revised and Updated version is based on the 1997 edition of the Parlour's/O'Donnell book. This 2015 edition includes new research by Andy and Sue. There is more information on George Hutchinson, the last person said to have seen Mary Jane Kelly alive apart from her killer(s). The Parlours also believe they have solved a long time mystery as to where Mary Jane Kelly was in the early 1880's. They reveal fresh research on the 'Eddowes' shawl and its provenance, and just what Detective Sgt. Stephen White was doing in Mitre Square on the night of Catharine Eddowes' murder. More details of the married life of William and Mary Ann Nichols, the first victim of Jack the Ripper, are also revealed. With Epilogue and Bibliog. 166pp. spiral-bound A4 softcover with clear plastic front and black back. FLATSIGNED BY BOTH ANDY AND SUE PARLOUR. As New.

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