The day of September 8th, 1888 started with the end of Annie Chapman. What can be said or written about Annie Chapman that has not already been? That was the question Mike Covell was asked recently, and his reply was: a lot. We know of only a handful of reports and primary sources regarding her life and untimely death at the hands of a serial killer known only as Jack the Ripper, but there is always new material being discovered. Annie Chapman’s life was a tragic one, with suffering and pain at almost every step. By the time of her death she had lost one child, separated from her husband, and seen him pass away. Whether we accept her as a victim of Jack the Ripper or not, her story deserves to be told. Her story as a wife, a mother and a victim. This is that story. Amazon #2 bestseller in English History. The book is also in development for a motion picture by Thunderball Films, LLC.
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Mike Covell was born and raised in Kingston upon Hull, but for the last decade he has studied Hull’s history in depth, lecturing, teaching, and hosting guided walks in his beloved home town. He has appeared on local, national and international television shows, featured on local, national and international radio, and advised and written on, and for, numerous blogs, newspapers, and websites. He has appeared on the Rippercast Podcast, Ripper Radio, and lectured at the 2010 Jack the Ripper Conference and the Ghost Club. He recently appeared in Prime Suspect Jack the Ripper, Most Haunted, as well as advising on the shows, and is currently advising on a number of Hollywood movies. He is also signed up to appear in A Study in Red – The Secret Journal of Jack the Ripper. Mike lives with his wife, three children, a neurotic cat, and a budgie called “Jack”