Drew Gray


Dr. Drew Gray is a social historian of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, specializing in the history of crime and punishment. He has written extensively on this subject, including in his recently published book, Jack and the Thames Torso Murders, proposing a new suspect for the Jack the Ripper murders. He is the author of Victorian crime blog The Police Magistrate, a member of the editorial board for The London Journal, and a fellow of the Royal Historical Society, and he teaches history and criminology at the University of Northampton.