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Ripper Letters Were NOT Hoaxes

Post by Karen on Wed 18 Aug 2010 - 16:02

Jack the Ripper.

LONDON, Oct. 30. - Special. - Never were the authorities so active and determined in their efforts to trace the Whitechapel murderer as at the present moment. Superintendent Arnold and the most experienced detectives seem persuaded that another horrible crime is about to be enacted. The police now incline to the belief that the various postcards and letters received of late have emanated from the real murderer himself, and that it was a mistake to regard them as a hoax. The beats in Whitechapel and Spitalfields have been completely reorganized. In every possible instance the officers, who were on duty on the "Murder rounds" at the time the crimes were committed, have been recalled to their old beats. Every individual whose appearance or movements cause the slightest suspicion is arrested and detained for examination. But by far the most important arrangement yet made to entrap the assassin is the employment of the class of women he has formerly chosen as his prey. A number of these outcasts, about the same age and character of those who died have practically been engaged by the authorities in the endeavors being put forth to capture him. They are instructed not to repulse any man who solicits them, and they are guaranteed there will be help near at hand should their companion attempt to harm them. The murderer is supposed by the leading detectives to be a very ordinary looking man, possessing no peculiar features, who is calculated not to attract special notice, and who is so cautious and artful that he can guard himself against all suspicion. He is not repulsive-looking, they think, nor is he a man of whom any one would feel afraid.

Source: The Daily Enquirer, 1890-10-31

Note: If the most experienced detectives involved in capturing the Ripper were persuaded that the Ripper letters which were received by them were genuinely from the actual murderer known as Jack the Ripper and were not to be considered hoaxes, then why is the Ripper-"illogical" Community attempting to convince us that the Ripper letters have been discredited as hoaxes? Hmmmmmmmmm...I wonder.

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Re: Ripper Letters Were NOT Hoaxes

Post by Guest on Sun 11 Mar 2012 - 9:18

its not like there was 100% agreement within the force on this point. several letters was sent by journalists trying to boost sales. in a letter sent by Chief Inspector Littlechild, was one such journalist named: Tom Bullen.

Personally i doubt that the killer sent all those letters. we're talking about hundreds. Police nowadays also receive lots of letters from hoaxsters after notorious crimes. So the phenomena is not exactly unknown. I believe the "From hell" letter to be genuine. The rest not.

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Post by Guest on Tue 3 Feb 2015 - 6:18

There is no doubt in my mind that the killer sent several letters to the police and others. The whole series of murders - and the items left at crime scenes - carries with it an almost mocking tone. The clues were everywhere, so why not send letters as well?

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Re: Ripper Letters Were NOT Hoaxes

Post by Mr Hyde on Tue 3 Feb 2015 - 16:03

No doubt,in my mind,that "From Hell" was the real deal.

 "Dear Boss" is possibly written in the "same hand" as the Goulston Street message.

 "Old Boss" would make it three.

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Re: Ripper Letters Were NOT Hoaxes

Post by Guest on Wed 4 Feb 2015 - 5:38

Hi Mr Hyde,


You could be right. Personally, I have no real opinion on whether or not the Lusk letter was real; the writing is too haphazard to gain any real understanding of its origin. I do, however, believe that the Dear Boss letter and Saucy Jacky postcard were both sent by the killer and not a pressman.

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Re: Ripper Letters Were NOT Hoaxes

Post by Mr Hyde on Thu 5 Feb 2015 - 20:20

The kidney is more important than the letter.

 Might have been written left handed as part of the disguise.

 Suspect the Ripper outsmarted himself.

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