“Yours truly, Jack the Ripper”
VICTORIAN CRIMES Casebook
Pinchin Street Torso Murder
Was the Pinchin Street Torso murder the work of the elusive Jack the Ripper, or another equally deadly serial killer?
The lawman tasked with capturing the brutal serial known as Jack the Ripper was Frederick Abberline, the highly decorated Metropolitan Police Inspector.
Was James Maybrick the Ripper? Or is the evidence connecting him to the most notorious serial murders a cleverly concocted hoax?
Dr. Palmer was suspected of poisoning several people, including members of his own family, in order to profit and feed his gambling addiction.
The Victorian murder of John Gill was committed during the aftermath of the Ripper murders, but was far more savage and gruesome than any of Jack’s crimes.
Was Jack the Ripper a Jewish cobbler from the East End, or was the sinister Leather Apron merely a scapegoat for the Whitechapel murder?.
Druitt was one of the Ripper suspects named in the Macnaughten Report, and the suspicious timing of his death has only increased his candidacy.
Thames Torso Murders
A series of gruesome dismemberment murders were initially believed linked to Jack the Ripper, or were they the work of another more lethal serial killer.
Did Mrs. Bartlett poison her husband, and if so, then how did she do it without leaving obvious signs on the body?
One of the most heartless killers ever to have swing from the end of a rope. But was Deeming the elusive Jack the Ripper?
The Balfour Snowball was named after this swindler and conman, and his own financial empire would eventually melt from a web of complex lies and deceit.