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Dr. Alexander Pedachenko

Post by Karen on Wed 22 Jun 2011 - 7:11

WHO WAS "JACK THE RIPPER?"

Many years have passed since the series of murders of women in the East End of London stirred the nation, but up to the present the identity of the assassin, "Jack the Ripper" has never been revealed.

Mr. William Le Queux, the novelist, now claims in his book, "Things I Know" (Nash & Grayson) that he is able to reveal for the first time the identity of the murderer. He was a Russian doctor, Alexander Pedachenko. Following the death of Rasputin, the Kerensky Government gave Mr. Le Queux (says the London "Daily News") certain papers, and among these were writings of Rasputin. It was in these writings that the following appeared: -

"London was horrified by the evil work of a mysterious criminal known as "Jack the Ripper," who killed and mutilated a number of women of ill-repute in the East End.
"The true author of these atrocities was disclosed by a Russian well known in London, named Nideroest, a spy in our Secret Police, who is a member of the Jubilee-street Club, the Anarchist centre in the East of London.
"One night in the club the identity of Jack the Ripper was revealed to him by an old Russian Anarchist, Nicholas Zverieff. The mysterious assassin was Dr. Alexander Pedachenko, who had been on the staff of the Maternity Hospital at Tver, and lived on the second floor in the Millionnaya, but had gone to London, where he lived with his sister in Westmoreland-road, Walworth. From there he sallied forth at night, took an omnibus across London Bridge, and walked to Whitechapel, where he committed his secret crimes.
"Pedachenko, according to Zverieff, whose record appears in the reports of the Secret Police - was aided by a friend of his named Levitski, and a young tailoress called Winberg. The latter would approach the victim and hold her in conversation and Levitski kept watch for the police patrols, while the crimes and mutilations took place. Levitski, who had been born in London wrote the warning postcards signed "Jack the Ripper" to the police and press. It was through Levitski that Zverieff knew the truth.
"The report of Niderest's discovery amused our Secret Police greatly, for, as a matter of fact, they knew the whole details at the time, and had themselves actively aided and encouraged the crimes in order to exhibit to the world certain defects of the English police system."
The record goes on to state that Pedachenko was smuggled out of London by the Secret Police to Moscow. A few months later he was caught attempting to murder a woman, and was sent to an asylum, where he died in 1908. Levitski and the woman Winberg were exiled.

Source: The Advertiser, Thursday 13 December 1923, page 6

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Russian Ripper

Post by Karen on Wed 22 Jun 2011 - 7:14

A RUSSIAN "RIPPER."

LONDON, Wednesday.

The murdered and mutilated bodies of numerous girls have been discovered at Magdeburg, in Russia, similar atrocities having been practised upon the victims as in the case of the Vienna outrages. The unfortunate victims have been first outraged and then murdered. A man and his wife have been arrested.

Source: Barrier Miner, Thursday 25 February 1892, page 2

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Post by Karen on Sun 26 Jun 2011 - 4:44

"JACK THE RIPPER."
IDENTITY REVEALED IN A BOOK BY RASPUTIN.

After an interval of 35 years, a solution is offered of the mysterious "Jack the Ripper" murders. The explanation is made by Mr. William Le Queux in a volume of reminiscences entitled "Things I Know about Kings, Celebrities, and Crooks."
There have been theories that the fiend who mutilated and killed seven women in Whitechapel in 1888 was discovered to be a doctor or a medical student, but there has hitherto been no explanation of his extraordinary immunity, nor even the mention of his name.
Mr. Le Queux now asserts that not one person, but three, took part in the crimes - a Russian doctor named Pedachenko, a woman named Winberg, and another man named Levitski.
This is Mr. Le Queux's statement: -
"After the murder of the mock-monk (Rasputin), in Petrograd - that dirty, unkempt, pasty-faced priest, with his sinister smile and damp, flabby hand who was the Kaiser's creature and eventually threw Holy Russia into the melting pot - the Kerensky Government handed to me in confidence a great quantity of documents which had been found in the safe in the cellar of his house, in order that I might write an account of the scoundrel's amazing career.
"Now, among that huge mass of letters, telegrams, and compromising correspondence from the Empress and others - for Rasputin was a blackmailer as well as a priest - I found to my amazement the actual truth concerning the "Jack the Ripper" crimes.
"I will quote them from Rasputin's own manuscript, which, before I returned to the Revolutionary Government, I copied as follows": -

"London was horrified by the evil work, of a criminal known as "Jack the Ripper", who killed and mutilated a number of women of ill-repute in the East End of the capital. The repetition of the appalling crimes mystified the world.

"The true author of these atrocities was disclosed by a Russian well known in London named N______ , a spy of our secret service, who was a member of the Jubilee Street Club, the Anarchist centre in the East End of London."

"One night in the club the identity of "Jack the Ripper" was revealed to him by an old Russian anarchist, Nicholas Zverieff."

"The mysterious assassin was Dr. Alexander Pedachenko, who had been on the staff of the maternity hospital at Tver, and lived on the second floor in the Millionaya, but had gone to London, where he lived with his sister in Westmorland road, Walworth."

"From there he sallied forth at night, took an omnibus across London Bridge, and walked to Whitechapel, where he committed his secret crimes.

"Alexander Pedachenko, according to Zverieff - whose record appears in the reports of the secret police - was aided by a friend of his named Levitski and a young tailoress called Winberg.

"The latter would approach the victim and hold her in conversation, and Levitski kept watch for the police patrols while the crimes and mutilations took place.

"Levitski, who had been born in London, wrote the warning postcards signed "Jack the Ripper" to the police and the press. It was through Levitski that Zverieff knew the truth."

"Eventually, at the orders of the Ministry of the Interior, the secret police smuggled the assassin out of London, and as Count Luiskovo he landed at Ostend, and was conducted by a secret service agent to Moscow."

"While there he was a few months later caught red-handed attempting to murder and mutilate a woman named Bogak, and was eventually sent to an asylum, where he died in 1908."

"After the return to Russia of Levitski and the woman Winberg, the secret police deemed it wise to suppress them, and they were therefore exiled to Yatusk. Such are the facts of "Jack the Ripper mystery", which still puzzles the whole world."

I venture," states Mr. Le Queux, "to give this quotation from Rasputin's unfinished work, because I have only recently discovered that a doctor named Pedachenko did actually live in Tver."

"Again, I have further found that a man named N_______ was a member of the Jubilee Street Club, and was known in connection with the Anarchist affray at Tottenham, and also with the Sidney street affair."

Source: The Longreach Leader, Friday 18 January 1924, page 26

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Re: Dr. Alexander Pedachenko

Post by Karen on Thu 24 Oct 2013 - 23:58

This is the only reference that I can find to a Pedachenko, however, he is not a doctor.

TIDINGS OF THE "JEANNETTE."

The following telegram has been received at the Paris Office of the New York Herald from the Correspondent of the Herald in St. Petersburg: -
"General Ignatieff has just received the following telegram, which I transcribe literally, dated Irkutsk, December 19, 6:55 afternoon: - "The Governor of Jakutsk writes that on the 14th of September three natives of Hagan Oulouss de Zigane, at Cape Barhay, 140 versts north of Cape Bikoff, discovered a large boat, with 11 survivors from the shipwrecked steamer Jeannette, who had suffered greatly. The adjunct of the chief of the district was immediately charged to proceed with a doctor and medicines to succour the survivors at Jakutsk and to search for the rest of the shipwrecked crew. Five hundred roubles have been assigned to meet the most urgent expenses.
"The engineer, Melville, has sent three identical telegrams, one addressed to the London office of the Herald, one to the Secretary of the Navy at Washington, the third to the Minister of the United States of St. Petersburg. The poor fellows have lost everything. Engineer Melville says that the Jeannette was caught and crushed by the ice on the 23rd of June, in latitude 77 and 157 east longitude.
"The survivors of the Jeannette left in three boats fifty miles from the mouth of the Lena. They lost sight of each other during a violent gale and dense fog. Boat No. 3, under command of Melville, having reached the eastern mouth of the Lena on the 29th of September, was stopped by icebergs near to the hamlet of Idolaciro Idolatre on the 29th of October. There also arrived at Bolonenga boat No. 1, with the sailors Hindmann and Hoross, with the information that Lieutenant de Long, Dr. Ambler, and a dozen other survivors had landed at the northern mouth of the Lena, where they are at present in a most distressing state, many having limbs frozen. An expedition was immediately sent from Bolonenga to make diligent search for the unfortunates in danger of death.
"Melville adds that money was urgently needed, and should be sent, per telegraph, to Jakutsk and Irkutsk. Will you urgently request 6,000 roubles be transmitted immediately to the Governor of Jakutsk for researches, assistance, and care, as well as for the return and conveyance of the shipwrecked men to the house of the Governor. There is a surgeon, who will bestow upon them all possible care.
"Signed,          PRESIDENT PEDACHENKO.
"Countersigned by the Minister of the Interior,
OBRESKOFF."

It appears that the Jeannette, when in the neighbourhood of the Lena river, where it will be remembered it was reported some time since a steamer had been seen, was in June last nipped in the ice, and had to be abandoned by her crew, who effected their escape in three boats, two of which have now been heard of.

The Times of Wednesday said: - "It is two years and a half since the Jeannette left San Francisco on her cruise of exploration. The exact object she had in view has never been stated by Mr. Bennett, who fitted her out, but it was inferred that, having attempted to meet with Professor Nordenskjold's ship, the Vega, which was then missing, she would proceed by way of Wrangel Land to the north. The last that was seen of her was in September, 1879, when she was sighted steaming towards Wrangel Land. The anxiety which her prolonged absence naturally caused induce the American Government and Mr. Bennett to send a search expedition out this year, and three ships were despatched, one of which is wintering in the Arctic regions. Mr. Bennett, when in England a few days since, after having consulted the principal Arctic authorities in this country, came to the final determination of making another effort to recover the Jeannette, and he expressed his intention of fitting out an expedition for that purpose next spring."

A Reuter's telegram dated St. Petersburg, Dec. 20, says: -
"News has reached the Government of Jakutsk, in Eastern Siberia, that on the 14th September last three natives of the village of Oulons, near Cape Barhay, situate 150 versts to the north of Cape Bikoff, discovered a large boat containing eleven strangers who stated that they belonged to the crew of the Arctic exploring steamer Jeannette. They had undergone terrible suffering. On hearing the news, the Deputy Governor of the district was immediately despatched with a doctor and a supply of medicine to the help of the shipwrecked sailors, whom he was instructed to bring to Jakutsk. He was also to do all in his power to recover the remainder of the crew. A sum of 5,000 roubles was placed at his disposal to defray the first expenses.
"Engineer Melville has telegraphed to the United States legation here that the Jeannette was surrounded and crushed by the ice on the 23rd of June, in latitude 77 north, longitude 157 east. The crew left the vessel in three boats, which, about 50 miles from the mouth of the Lena, were separated by violent winds and thick fogs. Boat 3, which Mr. Melville commanded, arrived on the 29th of September at the easthern mouth of the Lena, where it was stopped by blocks of ice near the village of Bolonenga, a hamlet inhabited by idolaters. Boat 1 also reached the same spot. The men in these boats state that Lieutenant Delong, Dr. Ambler, and twelve other shipwrecked sailors landed at the northern mouth of the Lena, and are in a fearful condition, several suffering from frostbitten limbs. A party of the inhabitants of Bolonenga started off immediately to their assistance. Nothing is known of boat No. 2."

A Reuter's telegram, dated St. Petersburg, Dec. 20 (evening), says: -
"A special supplement of the Official Gazette published this evening states that in consequence of the news of the discovery of the members of the crew of the Jeannette the Government has given orders that all telegrams from Engineer Melville shall be forwarded as promptly as possible and that the most energetic measures shall be taken for the discovery of the remainder of the crew and of those who were left on the ice at the mouth of the Lena River."

Source: Aberystwyth Observer, 24 December 1881, Page 7

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