Jack the Ripper: Reconstructing the Crime Scenes in Forensic
Detail is the only book that enables the reader to travel back into
the London of 1888 by recreating key scenes from Jack the
Ripper's murders in pin-point accuracy, using the power of CGI.
Through detailed and atmospheric crime scene recreations, plus
thoroughly researched text written by experts in the field of Jack the
Ripper, this book explores the movements of each victim, the
position of witnesses and the location of various buildings and
streets to give the reader the most complete view to date of the
gruesome crimes that shook Victorian society.
Paul Begg has worked in newspapers, television and publishing. He
has written extensively on Jack the Ripper, including Jack the Ripper:
The Uncensored Facts, Jack the Ripper: The Definitive History and
Jack the Ripper: The Facts. He is also the author of Into Thin Air, The
Scotland Yard Files and Mary Celeste: The Greatest Mystery of the
Sea. Paul was formerly the editor of the Ripperologist magazine and
has appeared as an historical advisor on several television
John G Bennett has written countless articles on Jack the Ripper and
the East End of London. He has acted as advisor to documentaries
made by British, Canadian and German television channels and was
the co-writer for the successful Channel 5 programme Jack the Ripper:
The Definitive Story.