posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 01:53 PM
reply to post by Wirral Bagpuss
The problem with the prince Albert "Royal Connection" story is had anyone bothered to check they would have found out in short order that the Prince
as "The Ripper" would have been impossible. On at least 3 of the murders the Prince was not even in London, Personally I feel that you could take
any character from around the time and weave a credible story around them, its just how it is I'm afraid.
Source from Ripper Casebook
Examination of court and Royal records reveal that Eddy was not even in London on the important murder dates.
"29 August-7 September 1888: The Prince was staying with Viscount Downe at Danby Lodge, Grosmont, Yorkshire. (Nichols murdered 31 August.)
"7-10 September 1888: The Prince was at the Cavalry Barracks in York. (Chapman murdered 8 September.)
"27-30 September: The Prince was at Abergeldie, Scotland, where Queen Victoria recorded in her journal that he lunched with her on 30 September.
(Stride and Eddowes murdered between 1.00 and 2.00 a.m., 30 September.)
"1 November: Arrived in London from York.
"2-12 November: The Prince was at Sandringham. (Kelly murdered 9 November)"