The Ghost of Oscar Wilde
By Ed Sams
Did Oscar know Jack the Ripper? Was this the secret that caused his downfall? Like an Irish bard of old, Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) showed England how to have the last word. From the grave, he shed light on England’s theater, popular writers, and even the hypocritical homosexuals of Queen Victoria’s court--as well as on the mysterious Cleveland Street Scandal and the motive and identity of Jack the Ripper himself. 36 pages.