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  • Eddy Of Being Jack The Ripper
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    Jack the Ripper Jack the Ripper killed five women between the 31st of August 1888 and the 9th of November 1888. They were murdered in Whitechapel and Spitalfields in the East End areas of London, England. The killer was never caught and because of this there are hundreds on his personality and motives. No other killer in the British history rivaled that of the gruesome, mocking, utterly superior Jack the Ripper, a multiple murderer whose arrogance and boldness deified the entire police departmen...
  • Victim Of Jack The Ripper
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    In the year 1888, five murders took place with in the period of three months in the East End streets of Whitechapel, London. Murders here were frequent, and often went un-talked about. However, these murders stirred England's social conscious. The person behind these crimes was Jack the Ripper. The impact caused by this lunatic on the community was so great, not only because of whom he killed, but how he killed them. In the 1880's, the Whitechapel district of London was a seething slum of povert...
  • Jack The Ripper
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    Jack the Ripper Jack the Ripper was one of the most famous and renowned killers in history. Even though he was not the first serial killer, he was the first killer to strike on a metropolis setting. Jack the Ripper was in his prime at a time when the media had a strong control over society and society had as a whole was becoming much more literate. Jack started his killing campaign at a time of political controversy between the liberals and social reformers along with the Irish Home rule partisa...
  • Burpleson Air Force Base
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    Adam Gifford 11-2 Dennis Fille brown 11-2 Eric Augen braun 11-1"Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb " Dr. Strangelove or: How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb" is comedy that portrays the situation during the Cold War in comical fashion. The movie is about the United State's attempt to recall the planes ordered by the paranoid General Ripper to attack the Soviet Union and essentially save the planet from destruction. Producer and director Stanley Kubr...
  • Scenes Of General Ripper
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    Stanley Kubrick's 1964 film, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb is a satirical black comedy about America's paranoia over the threat of nuclear warfare from the Soviet Union. General Jack D. Ripper is convinced he has discovered a secret communist conspiracy to rob Americans of their "precious bodily fluids" and is determined to stop the Soviets at all costs. Activating nuclear safety provisions in the form of the ominous "Plan R" without the consent of Presiden...
  • High Angle Through A Ring Of Lights
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    Dr. Strangelove, Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb opens with a slow tracking shot of a B-52 nuclear bomber refueling over an ocean. This process, by which another plane tethers itself to the top of the bomber, is very sexual in nature, showing two planes in mid air seemingly involved in sexual foreplay. Immediately following is a shot of the phallic-like nose of the refueling plane. This theme of sexuality and the power associated with it is one that runs from beginning to en...
  • Police Force In Jack The Rippers Area
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    Essay 1 - Jack The Ripper and the murders - why did they attract so much attention? Whitechapel is an area in East London between Aldgate and Spitalfields in the west and Mile End in the east where in the late 19th century extremely poor people (mostly foreigners) lived. In 1888 it believed to have been the source of the activity of one of the first serial killers -- - Jack The Ripper which murdered five prostitutes. There were other killings too (for example Martha T abram and Marry Ann Connell...
  • Infamous Name Jack The Ripper
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    "My knife's so nice and sharp I want to get to work right away... ". -Jack the Ripper A Twisted Attraction Jack the Ripper: few names in history are as recognizable as this anonymous assailant's. Violence has always been a twisted attraction for many, yet the mere name 'Jack the Ripper' conjures images of brutality and murder more than one hundred years later. Why is this symbol of crime as popular today as he was during Victorian times? What has continued the fascination with such a villain? Mo...
  • Jack The Ripper Case
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    In the late 1800's a madman known as "Jack the Ripper" started and as far as we know accomplished a killing spree, for this case is not yet solved. His work was done in the gloomy dark streets of the southeast end of London. Jack the Rippers targets were all prostitutes. Each woman was between the age of 30 and 40. The victims were brutally slaughtered and harshly murdered. Between the months of August and November of 1888, the East End of London played as a stage for Jack the Ripper. The first ...

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