Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

KarenTren

Members
  • Content Count

    15
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

1 Follower

About KarenTren

  • Birthday 08/25/1967

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. 1891 census record of Alfred William Pearson
  2. Epiphany of the Whitechapel Murders I met the author, Karen Trenouth, through a InterNet website by pure inadvertance and, her articles, or blogs, which were condensed extracts of her two books, waked my curiosity. After a few animated and interesting conversations, my enthousiasm grew hungry for her two books. I must assure you that I am not the kind of man to believe all things on the spot, I am not naïve! I just was convinced to read them because of the way she was pointing to certain aspects of the Ripper's case. And, speaking like a gentleman, I must say it is always hard to refuse favoring a lady that allies good sense and charm. I read quite a couple dozens of books on that interesting case that happened on the end of the 19th century decors of Whitechapel, London and about that peculiar and elusive criminal who became to be known as Jack the Ripper or Ray-Jack, by allusion at the precision and speed in which he made his cuts on victims. He was also said to have the know-how of a surgeon, showing there perhaps some medical knowledge. I had at that moment my own made opinion on the true identity of the original killer but, on first survey of "Epiphany", I Have been projected into a fantastic chase for liable clues, I had a very educative glance at early police methods of inquiries, visioned a well preserved collection of photos of crime scenes enriched with schematics and intricate pointers. In brief, I was totally plunged in a very detailed manner and in a totally renewed aspect of the murderer's troubled psyche. "Epiphany of the Whitechapel Murders" is not only interesting and informative, that would be much too modest; it is an intended travel through time, in a very agitated period of the 19th century England where Capitalism was freshly born and fortunes were won and lost often in a very chaotic way. Karen really lived these events by going through all possible means to get her basic material and even visited all places where the actors of the drama had their names cited. For such a young lady, it is a champion performance to have succeeded in finding all the necessary documents. I personally deeply recommend both her books. The first traces all the scenery and relive the lives of the participants. The second, "Jack the Ripper, the Satanic Team", brings light on a new mystical aspect of new found truths. Even if you opinion differs from her own, Karen's researchs were meticulously done and, all the clues and evidences brought to your attention are genuine and even supported by the autorities that were concerned. by: Aimé "Okwaho" Auger Jr. http://cid-9e849744c413d232.profile.live.com/
  3. 1911 census record for Alfred William Pearson
  4. New 1891 census information on Charles A. Cross
  5. Hi all, I'm Karen and I'm pleased to meet all of you
  6. How does transferring your forum to forumsclub increase your traffic?
  7. A forum about the Whitechapel murders of 1888 carried out by Jack the Ripper. Many topics can be found on the victims, suspects, witnesses and police officials. The forum is now ten years old and there is a plethora of information and research relating to this series of crime. Please visit the forum to read the postings as I am looking for more traffic on my forum. There are rules for posting which can be found in the section marked "Forum."
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.