This week, Spooktober continues with the legendary Spring Heeled Jack. We'll take a trip down Cutthroat Lane and hop over to Green Dragon Alley to look at the Terror of London himself, that guy who...jumped high, spewed flames, and slapped people.
Along the way, meth heads with moon boots, painting the town red, and the one and only Flamo the Great.
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Friedman, Jeff. “The Legend of Spring-Heeled Jack: Victorian Urban Folklore and Popular Cultures” (Review). Oral History Review. https://academic-oup-com.pitt.idm.oclc.org/ohr/article/41/1/161/2333359
Grundhauser, Eric. “Meet Spring-Heeled Jack, the Leaping Devil That Terrorized Victorian England.” Atlas Obscura. https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/meet-springheeled-jack-the-leaping-devil-that-terrorized-victorian-england
“Spring-Heeled Jack.” Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spring-heeled_Jack
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