Jack the Ripper mystery solved ??

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posted on Sep, 24 2013 @ 09:52 PM
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As I said, your membername, bluebook, says it all......

And why did he want to kill those woman, exactly????




posted on Sep, 24 2013 @ 10:07 PM
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redshoes
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Surely a journalist would have been able to spell 'jews' correctly?
the way it was spelled out showed that the author was well read as this was a old way to spell juwes
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posted on Sep, 24 2013 @ 10:09 PM
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bluebook
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@TheWetCoast I read a book recently called "The Devil in the White City" about H.H. Holmes another Ripper suspect the book is being made into a Movie with Leonardo DiCaprio


I thought for years that "Jack The Ripper" had to be the most evil and insane individual to ever exist on this planet. But last week I watched a History channel special on H.H Holmes. If he was not "The Ripper" he still takes the top spot as the worst monster in human history.



posted on Sep, 24 2013 @ 10:34 PM
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@TheWetCoast H.H Holmes is certainly up there with the most hainus of serial killers, of that there is no doubt.
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posted on Sep, 24 2013 @ 10:38 PM
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mary-ann was the name this killer/killers were looking for all prostitutes used this name .

take a map of london and draw a line between all the murders a pentagram appears more than 1 person was invloved and the way the victims entrails were thrown over the shoulders leads many to think it was by higher ups in society the royal alpha lodge in kensington is one of seven in palaces at the time

aleister crowley was in london at the time as was the father of winston churchills father and the amount of ritual involved makes those murders seem well planned out more than chance killings by some seaman .

and mitre square just happens to be across the square from a masonic temple and the last clue never to be followed up is a drawing of a suspect that matched lord randolph-spencer -churchill my 2 cents anyway



posted on Sep, 24 2013 @ 10:51 PM
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geobro
mary-ann was the name this killer/killers were looking for all prostitutes used this name .

take a map of london and draw a line between all the murders a pentagram appears more than 1 person was invloved and the way the victims entrails were thrown over the shoulders leads many to think it was by higher ups in society the royal alpha lodge in kensington is one of seven in palaces at the time

aleister crowley was in london at the time as was the father of winston churchills father and the amount of ritual involved makes those murders seem well planned out more than chance killings by some seaman .

and mitre square just happens to be across the square from a masonic temple and the last clue never to be followed up is a drawing of a suspect that matched lord randolph-spencer -churchill my 2 cents anyway


Ahhh, that's just what I was looking for...along with membername bluebook......
Mary

how many deeds and events do we need, heretofore, to believe in time extapolation and events being extrapolated for the purpose of re-spinning history, suppkanting the story while re-living it.....to some of our horror......WHY.....can we please stop this, now???????



posted on Sep, 24 2013 @ 11:55 PM
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I'm of the opinion that it was Prince Eddy and his handlers that committed the murders.I have read books identifying James Maybrick to Walter Skickert as Jack.



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 12:33 AM
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yeah thought it was the penguin for YEARS



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 10:47 AM
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Hmm. Just another claim amongst many. I suspect there was a cover up at Scotland Yard at the time because the identity of the murderer could never be made public. I suspect it was a well known person of the day. And in Victorian society the ramifications would have been enormous. I favour the royal family connection myself. But as Sherlock Holmes would have said and he probably would have solved the mystery it is

"a story for which the world is not yet prepared.." (The Adventure of The Sussex Vampire)

and perhaps more famously

"...when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?..." (The Sign of Four)




posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 01:53 PM
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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)"





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