Learn about the crimes of Jack The Ripper with iMinds insightful knowledge series.
In late 1888, a series of brutal murders took place in the impoverished Whitechapel district of London. At least five women were attacked. The killer liked slitting the throat of the victims. The victims’ abdomens were then sliced and several organs were removed. This serial killer became known as Jack the Ripper. Jack the Ripper’s killing spree is believed to have ended with the murder of Mary Jane Kelly on 9th November 1888. But no one can be certain that Jack the Ripper never killed again, because he was never caught.
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To do not buy this book!
You sir or madam are an idiot. The ripper was never caught. The surgeon you refer to in a most recent film was pure conjecture. Now read cornwall's book because it contains far more than scant evidence pointing to Mr. Sickert as the culprit.
Crime war & conflict: Jack the Ripper
While well written and intriguing I'd hardly call this a book. I want more content.
Do not buy this
This book is in correct about several of it's "facts" like "how Jack the ripper was never caught" well he was it turns out it was the queens private surgeon so unless you want to read a fifth graders poorly written report on something do not buy from this publisher!