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Post by Karen on Fri 3 Jun 2011 - 21:27

Doctor in "Ripper" Speculation Dies.

SOUTHAMPTON, England (UPI) - Dr. Thomas Stowell, who said he knew the identity of "Jack the Ripper" and started speculation the multiple killer was a grandson of Queen Victoria, has died, his secret undisclosed, his son said Saturday.
Dr. Eldon Stowell said his father died last Sunday. Details of the death, he added, would be disclosed later.
The son said he destroyed the file left behind by his father which was labelled "Jack the Ripper" and which his father maintained until his death held evidence that convinced him the killer of at least five prostitutes in London's East End in the late 1880's "was a scion of a noble family."
An article on "The Ripper" by Dr. Stowell Sr. in the journal Criminology earlier led the newspaper Sunday Times to raise the name of the Duke of Clarence, Prince Albert Victor, grandson of Queen Victoria, brother to King George V and heir to the throne, in connection with the 19th century murders.
Dr. Thomas Stowell, in a letter which appeared in the Daily Times Monday, the day after his death, said, "I have at no time associated his royal highness, the late Duke of Clarence, with the Whitechapel murders or suggested that the murderer was of royal blood.
"It remains my opinion that he was a scion of a noble family."
The article in Criminology which touched off the Duke of Clarence speculation said, "The evidence suggests that the murderer was a man so senior in the hierarchy of the land, of so noble a family, that the police, when they realized who was involved, were forced to conceal his identity."

Source: The Stars and Stripes, Sunday November 15, 1970, Page 27

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