Investigation of Jack the Ripper Essays

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Investigation of Jack the Ripper

Jack the ripper was an unknown serial killer, he kept his true identity a secret from the world. Many people today see Jack the Ripper as a mystery which will never be solved. People have tried for many years to find out the mystery of Jack the Ripper but can not and will not succeed. The fact that no one knows the identity of him keeps the mystery of the unknown killer alive. It will stay a mystery forever, all we know is that he was the killer of five women and the alleged murderer of eleven women. There were twenty seven suspects who were accused of being Jack the Ripper, these men were, Prince Albert Victor Christian Edward (known as "Eddy" to his friends) is
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Ellen was strangled to death then stabbed into the abdomen. Ellen use to be a prostitute, the police found out that Bury had a habit of sleeping with a penknife under his pillow, the penknife matched the stab wounds on Martha Tabram, who Jack the Ripper allegedly murdered. William Henry Bury was hanged in April 1889, Dundee Scotland for the murder of his wife Ellen. Lewis Carroll whose real name was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, was born on January 27th 1832, his father was the Rev, Charles Dodgson and his mother was Frances Jane. And he died in January 14th 1898 of violent pneumonia. Lewis did mention the ripper in his private diary only once, on 26th August 1891, when he says talking to Dr. Dabbs, about his thoughts about Jack the Ripper. David Cohen was born in 1865and he was a tailor. He was first suspected of being Jack the Ripper in Martin Fido’s, The Crimes, Detection and Death of Jack the Ripper, 1987. David died in October 1889 he died of exhaustion at Colney Hatch asylum. Dr.Thomas Neill Cream was born in May 1850 in Scotland he was the oldest out of his eight brothers and sisters, he and his family moved to Canada four years after. Frederick Deeming – James Kelly, George Chapman was born on December 14th 1865, his birth name was Severin

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