Issue 15 - Jack The Ripper

The wait is over. Haunted Magazine issue 15 has stepped out of the shadows and is slowly walking up behind you, your footsteps quicken as you hear its footsteps behind you, you daren’t look behind you, even though you want to. You can feel your heartbeat racing, is it nervousness or is it excitement, is it a mixture of both, you’ve been waiting for this moment for a few months now, the time is close, the time is now.

The best paranormal magazine of its generation is whispering in your ear “Read Me”, sending shudders down your spine. Issue 15 is here.

We are FREE magazine about the paranormal and consider it our duty and privilege to take you on a spooky journey with 76 pages of things that go bump in the night from cover to end. ENJOY!!

And remember #dontbenormal - be PARANORMAL!


Unknown said...

Love this magazine! I became a devoted fan ever since I picked up one of the print issues during a vacation in York several years ago and am so glad I can still get the digital version here in the States. The Jack the Ripper issue is among the best yet. And no matter what anyone else says, I think the mix of serious, informative, and fun features is spot-on, and the graphic design is unsurpassed. Bravo!

Dorothy A. said...
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Dorothy A. said...

Interesting magazine with jack the ripper story I love reading paranormal magazine and also jack the ripper's about. Thanks for sharing this magazine

esoterica777 said...

It's good to see more and more people willing to accept the Ripper case is largely solved. The 'poor Polish Jewish psychopath' is the only solution that really makes any sense. There is some confusion around the name, but Kosminski (or Kaminsky) remains the only suspect that fits with all the evidence.
Some are, of course, people who are going to 'push' other theories as they'd like to keep the case open so they can write more books and films to basically make money.
But think of this way - If murders like this occurred today the police would only really focus on a local killer with knowledge of the area and obviously a psychopath