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    Jack The Ripper Victims

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    Jack the Ripper terrorized the streets of Whitechapel, London in the 1880s. It was a time of poverty and brutality. The streets were dim and the crime rate was high; the citizens became alcoholic prostitutes. There are five women linked to Jack the Ripper named Mary Ann Nichols, Annie Chapman, Elizabeth Stride, Catherine Eddowes, and Mary Jane Kelly. Jack the Ripper’s victims were all linked due to the type of deaths occurred. 43 year old Mary Ann Nichols was the first victim of Jack the Ripper. She was an alcoholic prostitute. She was found dead in the street mutilated with her sexual organs removed. It is also said that she was strangled. The second victim was 41 year old widow Annie Chapman. She had lost her job recently and became a new…

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    Jack The Ripper Analysis

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    Jack the Ripper is a serial killer and still nowadays is remembered by the impeccable crimes he committed which didn’t attach him to any direct suspect. In this book, Patricia Cornwell narrates the story in her point of view where Walter Sickert, a painter and printmaker, was known for painting Jack´s crime scenes. Many of these paintings are all around the world and some of them were used against Sickert to blame him. Other perfect suspects could have been Prince Albert Victor who suffered from…

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    Jack the Ripper. 2014. “The ‘Dear Boss’ Letter.” In Voices of Victorian England: Contemporary Accounts of Daily Life, edited by John A. Wagner, 244-245. Santa Barbara: Greenwood: An Imprint of ABC-CLIO. This source is extremely useful because the Jack the Ripper murders are one of the most infamous crimes of the whole era, and this supposedly was the first letter that he sent to the newspapers about his murders. This letter is extremely useful in the paper because it provides an example…

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    Jack The Ripper Murders

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    linked to an unidentified serial killer later named by the public as “Jack the Ripper”. The true identity of Jack the Ripper is a Whitechapel resident Aaron Kosminski and he is to blame for all eleven murders. Back in early fall of 1888 in Whitechapel located in London's East end, prostitute Mary Anne Nichols was murdered. Mary Anne Nichols’ body is found naked and mutilated with organs missing and her abdomen in ruins. Eight days later a few blocks down from the last murder, Annie Chapman…

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    Jack The Ripper Case

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    could help you solve a case, think again. The job is tough enough for those well qualified to work in the field, and even now, with all of the technological advancements and improved investigative methods, many murders go unsolved and killers escape. Can you imagine the difficult task authorities faced when Jack the Ripper loomed large in London? In the fall of 1888, otherwise know as the “fall of terror,” a series of horrendous murders occurred in Whitechapel, the east end of London.…

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    Jack The Ripper Case

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    The first important factor that needs to be consider when investigating Jack the Ripper case is the location and background of the community that the murders were found in. The area that the murders were found was in Whitechapel which is in the east end of London. Whitechapel was an area of poverty in London. William Rubinstein writes, “Whitechapel . . . was synonymous with urban poverty and squalor. . . According to Charles Booth's Life and Labour of the People in London, (1891-1903), the…

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    Jack The Ripper Assignment Suspect - Montague John Druitt. By Luke Ryan "Jack the Ripper" is the popular name given to a serial killer who killed 5 prostitutes in the East End of London, in the district of Whitechapel, in 1888. The 5 prostitutes were Mary Ann Nichols, Annie Chapman, Elizabeth Stride, Catherine Eddowes and Mary Jane Kelly. The name “Jack the Ripper” originates from a letter written by someone who claimed to be the killer published at the time of the murders. He was also…

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    Historically, the identity of the infamous killer of more than five prostitutes in the East End of London during 1888 remains a mystery (Jack the Ripper Bio). Evidence suggest, that the person behind these “Jack the Ripper murders was either a doctor or butcher. Based on the findings the weapon used on the bodies showed knowledge of understandings of the human anatomy. For instance, George Hutchinson, who witness the interaction of Mary Kelly and Jack the Ripper’s shortly before her killing.…

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    Jack The Ripper Thesis

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    Jack the Ripper In London 1888, Jack the Ripper was a murderer that killed prostitutes such as Mary Nichols, Annie Chapman and a few others (Jones). His real identity is still unknown today, because of their lack of forensics and technology then they could not find the actual murderer (Jack the Ripper Biography). The name Jack the Ripper was created by one of the letters that was sent to the Metropolitan newsletter and they had signed it as "Jack the Ripper" (History.com Staff 1).…

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    Jack The Ripper Case Study

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    Jack the Ripper: Case Solved? Jack the Ripper was one of the first documented serial killers in history. While there has been a lot of controversy about the killer, the identity of Jack the Ripper is still a mystery. The Whitechapel police believed that the killer was a Jewish man with hatred towards women. Aaron Kosminski was Jewish, had spent time in a mental hospital, and was known for his loathing of women. Even though there are many suspects that people believe could be Jack the Ripper,…

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