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A Cast of Thousands: John Morgan Hopkins, Rippercast. 2019.
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The Welshman who knew Mary Kelly, Ripperologist, 160, 2018
Thomas Cutbush: His Crimes and Kin, Ripperologist, 154, 2017.
From Limerick to London via Cardiff, Ripperologist, 149, 2016.
Death in the Colliery, Ripperologist, 146, 2015.
The Violence of Spring Onions, Ripperologist, 142, 2015.
Marae Kelly Davis and her Family, Ripperologist, 139, 2014.
Did Jack the Ripper write the Red Flag?, Ripperologist, 138, 2014.
The Mountie and the Cabman’s Shelter, Ripperologist, 131, 2013.
Le Gevaudan, the Man behind the Monster, CFZ Yearbook, 2013.
Suicide of a Shoemaker, Ripperologist, 127, 2012.
Terrible Tragedy at Abergavenny, Ripperologist, 122, 2011.
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