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Post by Karen on Sun 2 May 2010 - 20:45

Abroad.
Jack the Ripper.

Jack the Ripper to the consternation of London has resumed his bloody handiwork throughout London, and committed in the same neighborhood, since he began on April 3 of last year, eight women have been killed in a gruesome manner. Tuesday morning about half past five, a policeman, in Pinchin Street, made the rounds, including one of the arches of the viaduct of the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway found a bag, which when he explored the body of the corpse of a woman found partially cut open, and the stomach, head, arms and legs were not found, nor traces of a significant shedding of blood, so at once the suspicion is obvious that the crime was not committed there at the site, but the bag only later was deposited under the viaduct, which further proved that the corpse did not come from a person who was slain only a few hours before, but that probably a few days had passed since the death, it seems about five days had passed. Of recognition of the corpse was under these circumstances obviously not appear to be worse since, except for a portion of a bloody shirt, nearly nothing was found, as this one lead wire to the police could give, even the age of the victim was difficult to determine by the mutilation. Despite these few details, the police force continue to search, but we fear that it will be again in vain, the place where the corpse was found, is very dark, so that even the inhabitants of the street were scared at night to walk along there. Until recently, the whole of Whitechapel is guarded by a security committee. In recent weeks, when the strike took up most attention, the interest was no longer sufficient enough to ensure a regular monitoring, eight weeks had passed since the previous killing, it's self-efficacy was not reduced. That is why many suggest that this time Jack the Ripper was not at work, but that it might have been a follower. The alarm is not eased. Not much, but something was learned from the immediate inquiry of physicians. This, at first brought to light that the operation was performed with the left hand and the doctors stated that the main difficulty is to separate the head from the body, and the way this was done, we come to the conclusion that the murderer himself was left-handed and a physician. First, it seems that a chain saw began the regular operations, everything betrays also great knowledge of the human body, but is there any appreciable distinction with the former operations. There is sought at present a connection between this murder - and the whole Jack the Ripper series - and the mysterious murders committed a short time ago in Battersea and Rainham. The inspector of police, which led the investigation into the last reported cases had been responsible, and the perpetrators arrested, so why is this a charged issue? One feels a hint of the leaves can be seen in the fact that someone was involved in this case with the same name as a street in Whitechapel. The fact that the fourth murder probably took place on the same date as the ninth, attracts attention. A faint hope of discovering the criminal by giving a few handwritten letters, that of the police these days and in which a prominent murder was alluded to, even the place where the corpse was found, was identified.

Source: Nieuwsblad Heusden en Altena, 14 September 1889, Page 2

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Re: Left Handed Doctor?

Post by Guest on Wed 26 May 2010 - 23:00

From the time of the Ripper killings until right up to the present day,
it has often been suggested the Jack the Ripper was left-handed. As a
left-handed myself, this intrigued me: was Jack the Ripper one of my
own? Or was the suggestion that the Ripper was left-handed more of a
product of the negative connotations attached to left-handed people,
and to the left hand in general, than any hard forensic evidence that
the knife wounds and bruising were inflicted by a sinistral killer?

At first the second of these possibilities
might seem unlikely, for the suggestion the Ripper was left-handed came
from the very best of sources: Dr Rees Ralph Llewellyn, the doctor who
carried out the post mortem on Polly Nichols. Dr Llewellyn's findings
were summarised by Inspector John Spratling thus:




(...) her throat had been cut from left to right, two distinct cuts
being on the left side, the windpipe, gullet and spinal chord being cut
through; a bruise apparently of a thumb being on the right lower jaw,
also one on the left cheek, the abdomen had been cut open from centre
of bottom of ribs along right side, under pelvis to left of stomach,
there the wound was jagged; the omentum, or coating of the stomach, was
also cut in several places, and two small stabs on private parts;
apparently done with a strong bladed knife; supposed to have been done by some left handed person; death being almost instantaneous
(my emphasis).

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Post by Karen on Thu 27 May 2010 - 5:13

Saranya:

I am basing my findings on the post-mortem details of each of Jack the Ripper's victims and not on some superstition or prejudice against left-handed individuals. My husband is also a left-hander, and most left-handed individuals are calm, genial and law-abiding.

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Re: Left Handed Doctor?

Post by Guest on Mon 21 Jun 2010 - 2:27

George Day
has presented us with a delightful autobiographicalanalysis
of himself and his patients, the community of medicine,and
the time in England before World War II. He writes underthe
pseudonym of Peter Quince, though just why is a psychologicalmystery
he has not cleared up for us. His medical writings aremodels
of grace and wisdom permeated by deep medical insights.This
is a rich and vivid book, written by one of the few physicianswho
are masters of a prose style which makes reading a delight.The
style is so unobtrusive that the reader may not notice itsperfection.
Only a rare reader will consider the enormous amountof toil
and sweat that must have gone into making it so artless,so
gay and simple, but at the same time so strong and vibrantwith
life. It is not so surprising when we know that Quiller-Couch .

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