Hello Lucky. Sounds interesting. Love to see your work.
Thanks for the encouragement, I think I'm going to go over it again tonight, then I'll stick my neck on the block and contact Ripperologist tomorrow, if they reject it (they already have an article about Lechmere in the next issue!) you are welcome to still have a read of it if you feel inclined. I'll send you a copy somehow, I would like to hear someones opinion of it, even if it's from a 'where did it all go wrong' angle.
Thanks again Rob, That's very useful information as I had seen references to 'Montague Street' and had assumed that it was the same road as 'Old Montague Street'.
I have for some time now studied the finding of Mary Ann Nichols body as a narrative, almost independent from the JtR case as a whole, and I think I have discovered something quite curious about it, nothing earthshattering but something I feel is worth bringing to the attention of you serious students of the case. I have written, for want of a better word, an essay on the subject. A couple of friends of mine, who have an interest in the whitechapel mystery, have read it and feel it's sound. I'm not an academic and really i'm in over my head here, so any advise would be greatfully received, but I'm seriously thinking of sending it to 'Ripperologist' magazine.
Hello Mr Lucky
We would be very interested in considering your article. We try to cover all aspects of the Whitechapel murders and East End and Victorian history, so the topic of your article fulfills our remit. Send it to us when you are ready. Feel free to contact me by private message if you have any questions about submitting to us.
Christopher T. George
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