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Old Jill the Ripper Theory

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Old Jill the Ripper Theory

Post by Karen on Fri 26 Mar 2010 - 0:39

It seems that every thirty years someone rehashes this same old theory - it is certainly not new - both Dr. Lawson Tait and Inspector Abberline made similar claims back in 1888, that it was possible that Jack the Ripper may have been a woman or a man dressed as a woman. Then it is rehashed again by Arthur Butler in 1972, only to be re-rehashed again in 2009. It doesn't matter how many times you polish a turd, for once unwrapped, you will still find - a turd!

Jack the Ripper Was Probably a Woman.
Yard Detective With New Theory.

LONDON - Jack the Ripper, the killer who terrorized London 84 years ago, was probably a woman. That is the theory of Arthur Butler, a retired head of the Scotland Yard detective department. Since he no longer works for the Yard, he spends his time on a study of the gruesome murders that were committed in 1888. Butler, who left the Yard in 1968, had a great reputation as a sleuth. He believes that the murders were committed by a midwife or abortionist who had become in this way together with an assistant to try to deceive the police. Butler said that some of the victims had been severely maimed to hide the traces of a failed abortion. Others were probably killed, because they tried to blackmail the midwife and her assistant. According to Butler, the Ripper was suspected of having committed seven murders. Hitherto it was generally accepted that he had slain five people. The first victim was 45 year old prostitute Emma Smith. Emma was silenced because she knew too much of the illegal activities of both women. Butler further argues that four of the six women who subsequently died were not murdered at all. Their deaths were probably attributed to failed abortions. Having already killed and maimed the first woman they then looked for somewhere to dump the bodies, then managed to lead the police in the investigation on the wrong track. Butler said he believes that the midwife-abortionist mutilated her dead clients, along with a male accomplice, then others who knew too much were also murdered.

Source: Leeuwarder Courant, van 31 August, 1972

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