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Forbes' Trail Of The Ripper

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Forbes' Trail Of The Ripper

Post by Karen on Mon 26 Apr 2010 - 12:58

A trail of Jack the Ripper, the London woman murderer, according to the Times, has been discovered. The famous doctor on insanity Dr. Forbes Winslow, who from the beginning claimed that the killer was a crazy fanatic, has put his opinion in the Times and other papers and so many people have reported to the police, which might be able to provide some light in this dark matter. A resident of Finsbury Park said that he rented a room in April 1888 to a gentleman who pretended to come from Canada and would continue on for a few months, maybe a year in London. The man wrote sheets full of treatises on religion and public morality, and he continually spoke with indignation about the many dissolute women in London, which he did all would drown. He was always neatly dressed, but never two days the same, and he wore boots with soles of gutta-percha, which made his footsteps inaudible. He usually came home late at night and while carefully avoiding any noise making. On one of the nights of the Whitechapel murders he came home at 4 hours and his landlord and his sister was still up, and he was very frightened. His dress was in disorder and his handkerchief and cuffs were stained with blood. He said he was attacked on the street and was robbed of his watch, but this was untrue, because next morning his watch lay on the table in his room. The day after, he left the house, but not from London, for fourteen days later his former landlord found him in the City. It also showed that the stranger lived in Wood Green, at the Alexandra Palace. There he behaved in the same way, and then he left, after he was seen coming home with blood-stained clothes after a Whitechapel murder - which he said was caused by a night assault. The Chairman of the vigilance committee in Whitechapel a few weeks ago received a postcard from Jack the Ripper and Dr. Winslow a letter, and the handwriting is very similar to that of the few sheets of the manuscript from the mysterious stranger, which he left behind in his first home. If all these details are true, it is strange that neither of the two men went to the police with the suspicious circumstances. This would have helped more then than now because we do not really have an idea who or where Jack the Ripper was.

Title: Engeland
Publication: MAR
Page: 2
Date: 5 November 1889

Karen Trenouth
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