Kevin Williamson is one of the most famous, influential film and TV writers of the past several decades. From Scream and Dawson’s Creek, to The Faculty and Vampire Diaries, he’s got a knack for playing with genre conventions, and that’s exactly what he’ll attempt to do with his latest pilot.
“We did plan to do a museum about social history of women, but as the project developed we decided a more interesting angle was from the perspective of the victims of Jack the Ripper”—former Google exec Mark Palmer-Edgecumbe, explaining why a proposed women’s history museum was revealed, once constructed, to be a…
Founded in 1875, Scotland Yard’s Crime Museum (or “Black Museum”) is a trove of objects from notorious cases. It’s used like a reference library, open only to law enforcement and invited guests. But Oct. 9, the Museum of London opens “The Crime Museum Uncovered,” displaying evidence from unforgettable crimes.
It's been over 125 years since Jack the Ripper prowled the streets of London, but here's something new: artifacts tied to the case are heading to the auction block.
According to a WORLD EXCLUSIVE at The Daily Mail, the mystery of Jack the Ripper's identity has been solved by businessman Russell Edwards and forensic expert Jari Louhelainen using DNA evidence. The alleged culprit? A 23-year old Polish barber and longtimer Ripper-suspect Aaron Kosminski.
Here's an exclusive sneak peek at IDW Publishing's latest issue of Tony Lee's Doctor Who. In the final installment of "Ripper's Curse," the Eleventh Doctor's time-meddling may have put Amy Pond in the Ripper's path.
IDW Publishing has given us an exclusive preview of the latest issue of their Doctor Who comic series. In this excerpt, the TARDIS travels to 19th century London, where a not-quite-human Jack the Ripper is on the prowl.
Click to viewThe case of Jack the Ripper has never been solved, leaving us to wonder who he was, why he committed his crimes, and why the killings suddenly stopped. Here's how science fiction solved the case.