Who is this?


Between August and November
1888,the Whitechapel area of
London was the scene of five brutal
murders. The killer was du...
Mary

Kelly killed in
Miller's Court.


“The mutilated remains of a female were lying twothirds over towards the edge of the bedstead nearest
the door. She had...


This was the description of Dr.
George Bagster Phillips who was
present at Jane Kelly’s murder
place on November 9th.




This was the description of Dr.
George Bagster Phillips who was
present at Jane Kelly’s murder
place on November 9th...






During the investigations of this crime, it was
soon attached to 4 other brutal murders of
prostitutes occurred i...
August 31th, 1888
Polly Nichols' body is discovered in
Buck's Row by Charles Cross, a
carman, on his way to work at
Pickfo...


Mortuary photograph of Mary Ann Nichols.
 The

first press reports of a
man named 'Leather Apron'
appear.
 First

official mention of John
Pizer as 'Leather Apron.'
 September


, 8 1888

Annie's body was discovered a little
before 6.00am by John Davis, a
carman who lived on the third...




She was 47 years old at the time of the death.
5' tall, Pallid complexion, blue yes and dark
brown wavy hear.
Her fr...


Mortuary photograph of Annie Chapman.


Miss Lyons claims to have had a
drink with a man she suspected to
be 'Leather Apron' at the Queen's
Head pub.


Dr. Cowan and Dr. Crabb inform
police that they believe Jacob
Issenscmid to be the Ripper.


Edward McKenna is arrested in
connection with the Ripper murders, but
is released soon after.


Dr. Philips suggests the uterus of the woman
might have been removed for sale to a
medical student who had been inquiri...


Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes killed
at 1:00 and 1:45 am, respectively.
September 30th, 1888


At the time of her death she was 45 years old.
She had a pale complexion, light gray eyes and
had ...



30th September

At the time of her death, Catherine Eddowes
is suffering from Bright's Disease, a form of
Uremia. Fri...



She was 46 years old at the time of her death.
5 feet tall, has hazel eyes and dark auburn
hair. She has a tattoo in ...


The murderer is sometimes thought to have
made contact by letter with several public
figures. These letters, like the c...


The morning issue of the Daily News first
prints the text of the “Dear Boss” letter.
“Dear Boss,
I keep on hearing the police have caught me but they wont fix me just yet. I have
laughed when they look so cl...


Whether or not the letter is a hoax, it is the
first written reference which uses the name
"Jack the Ripper" in referen...


I was not codding dear old Boss when I gave
you the tip, you'll hear about Saucy Jacky's
work tomorrow double event thi...
George Lusk receives
a package including
the "From Hell" letter
and half a kidney,
allegedly from the
body of Catharine
Ed...
“From hell.
Mr Lusk,
Sor
I send you half the Kidne I took from one woman and
prasarved it for you tother piece I fried and...


November 9th, 1888 - Mary Jane Kelly was
approximately 25 years old at the time of her
death which would place her birt...


She was last seen wearing a linsey frock
and a red shawl pulled around her
shoulders. She was bare headed.
Detective Co...


Warning:

If you don’t have guts,
please close your Eyes.




These are often referred to as the 'canonical
five' Ripper murders, although Martha
Tabram, stabbed to death on 6 Au...


Annie Farmer allegedly attacked by Jack the
Ripper.


Francis Tumblety flees to France, and then to
America under the name 'Frank Townshend.'


There has been much speculation as to the
identity of the killer. It has been suggested
that he or she was a doctor or ...


A quarter of a mile from the scene of
Catherine Eddowes' murder, the words: “The
Juwes [sic] are not the men to be blam...


Jack the Ripper was never caught and he is
not thought to have killed again after
November 1888.




Despite of, there are some other cases
associate to Jack the Ripper.
Violence to prostitutes was not uncommon and
th...
The map of
poverty


December 20th, 1888 -- Rose Mylett was
killed in Clarke's Yard.




December 20th, 1888 -- Rose Mylett was
killed in Clarke's Yard.
July 17th, 1889 -- Alice McKenzie was killed
in Cast...






December 20th, 1888 -- Rose Mylett was
killed in Clarke's Yard.
July 17th, 1889 -- Alice McKenzie was killed
in C...


The writer Alan Moore
wrote “From Hell”,
book in which he
defend the theory
that Jack is William
Gull, the Royal Family...


William Gull was a doctor, so he knew the
human anatomy, like the assassin supposed to
know. And as a Royal family’s do...


As the crimes finished without any pointed
guilty, many people suspected the grandson of
Queen Victoria was the guilty....


The writer of “Alice in wonderland” is pointed
as a suspect form some studious of his works.
As clues, they use some an...


He had a barbershop at the neighborhood
where the ripper acted. By the year he lived
in New Jersey, USA, there were mur...


There were some reports saying that his own
family believed that the lawyer and professor
from high society Druitt, was...


As several surgeons in Whitechapel, Tumblety
was arrested during the months of the deaths.
The crimes stopped when he d...


According to American detective writer,
Patricia Cornwel, one of the screens of this
famous English painter describes t...


According to Patricia
Cornwell, This is jack
The Ripper, but
there’s no much
concordances about
it.




According to the American former lawyer John
Morris, Lizzie killed he victims in order to
vengeance her impossibilit...


John Morris believes
there’s a reason
Mary Kelly was
targeted – and why
the killing spree
ended with her
death. Lizzie’...




Despite of all the evidences pointed by the
“ripperologists”, they never arrived into an
unquestionable guilty.
Jack...









William Gull – The Royal family doctor
Prince Albert – The nephew of the Queen
Lewis Carol – The writer
S...






Jack is still unknown, maybe he will
be forever unknown. But this is not
reason for stopping looking for a
suspec...






BBC – journal
Super Interessante – magazine
Patricia Cornwell – personal page
Jack the Ripper project - wiki pa...
By: André Stanley
Personal Teacher
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“Jack the Ripper”
Who is this????
Between August and November 1888, the Whitechapel area of London was the scene of five brutal murders. The killer was dubbed 'Jack the Ripper'. All the women murdered were prostitutes, and all except for one - Elizabeth Stride - were horribly mutilated.

November 9th, 1888
 Mary Kelly killed in Miller's Court.
The crime scene
“The mutilated remains of a female were lying two-thirds over towards the edge of the bedstead nearest the door. She had only her chemise on, or some underlinen garment. I am sure that the body had been removed subsequent to the injury which caused her death from that side of the bedstead that was nearest the wooden partition, because of the large quantity of blood under the bedstead and the saturated condition of the sheet and the palliasse at the corner nearest the partition.
The blood was produced by the severance of the carotid artery, which was the cause of death. The injury was inflicted while the deceased was lying at the right side of the bedstead”

The beginning of the myth
 This was the description of Dr. George Bagster Phillips who was present at Jane Kelly’s murder place on November 9th.
 This was the last murder associate to “Jack the Ripper”. But the legend had just begun...
 During the investigations of this crime, it was soon attached to 4 other brutal murders of prostitutes occurred in that area containing very similarities.
 All the London police was hunting a man who became known as “Jack the Ripper”, many suspects were dubbed in this terms during the hunt. But before this assassin was known as “Leather apron”
 Let’s know his or her saga…

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  1. 1. Who is this?
  2. 2.  Between August and November 1888,the Whitechapel area of London was the scene of five brutal murders. The killer was dubbed 'Jack the Ripper'. All the women murdered were prostitutes, and all except for one - Elizabeth Stride were horribly mutilated.
  3. 3. Mary Kelly killed in Miller's Court.
  4. 4.  “The mutilated remains of a female were lying twothirds over towards the edge of the bedstead nearest the door. She had only her chemise on, or some underlinen garment. I am sure that the body had been removed subsequent to the injury which caused her death from that side of the bedstead that was nearest the wooden partition, because of the large quantity of blood under the bedstead and the saturated condition of the sheet and the palliasse at the corner nearest the partition. The blood was produced by the severance of the carotid artery, which was the cause of death. The injury was inflicted while the deceased was lying at the right side of the bedstead”
  5. 5.  This was the description of Dr. George Bagster Phillips who was present at Jane Kelly’s murder place on November 9th.
  6. 6.   This was the description of Dr. George Bagster Phillips who was present at Jane Kelly’s murder place on November 9th. This was the last murder associate to “Jack the Ripper”. But the legend had just begun...
  7. 7.    During the investigations of this crime, it was soon attached to 4 other brutal murders of prostitutes occurred in that area containing very similarities. All the London police was hunting a man who became known as “Jack the Ripper”, many suspects were dubbed in this terms during the hunt. But before this assassin was known as “Leather apron” Let’s know his or her saga…
  8. 8. August 31th, 1888 Polly Nichols' body is discovered in Buck's Row by Charles Cross, a carman, on his way to work at Pickfords in the City Road., and Robert Paul who joins him at his request. "Come and look over here, there's a woman." Cross calls to Paul.  
  9. 9.  Mortuary photograph of Mary Ann Nichols.
  10. 10.  The first press reports of a man named 'Leather Apron' appear.
  11. 11.  First official mention of John Pizer as 'Leather Apron.'
  12. 12.  September  , 8 1888 Annie's body was discovered a little before 6.00am by John Davis, a carman who lived on the third floor of No.29 Hanbury street with his family.
  13. 13.   She was 47 years old at the time of the death. 5' tall, Pallid complexion, blue yes and dark brown wavy hear. Her friend Amelia Palmer described her as "sober, steady going woman who seldom took any drink." She was, however, known to have a taste for rum.
  14. 14.  Mortuary photograph of Annie Chapman.
  15. 15.  Miss Lyons claims to have had a drink with a man she suspected to be 'Leather Apron' at the Queen's Head pub.
  16. 16.  Dr. Cowan and Dr. Crabb inform police that they believe Jacob Issenscmid to be the Ripper.
  17. 17.  Edward McKenna is arrested in connection with the Ripper murders, but is released soon after.
  18. 18.  Dr. Philips suggests the uterus of the woman might have been removed for sale to a medical student who had been inquiring about obtaining such specimens. The Inquest was adjourned until the 26th.
  19. 19.  Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes killed at 1:00 and 1:45 am, respectively.
  20. 20. September 30th, 1888  At the time of her death she was 45 years old. She had a pale complexion, light gray eyes and had curly dark brown hair. All the teeth in her lower left jaw were missing and she stood five foot five inches tall.
  21. 21.   30th September At the time of her death, Catherine Eddowes is suffering from Bright's Disease, a form of Uremia. Friends spoke of Catherine as an intelligent, scholarly woman but one who was possessed of a fierce temper.
  22. 22.   She was 46 years old at the time of her death. 5 feet tall, has hazel eyes and dark auburn hair. She has a tattoo in blue ink on her left forearm "TC."
  23. 23.  The murderer is sometimes thought to have made contact by letter with several public figures. These letters, like the chalk message, have never been proved to be authentic, and may have been hoaxes.
  24. 24.  The morning issue of the Daily News first prints the text of the “Dear Boss” letter.
  25. 25. “Dear Boss, I keep on hearing the police have caught me but they wont fix me just yet. I have laughed when they look so clever and talk about being on the right track. That joke about Leather Apron gave me real fits. I am down on whores and I shant quit ripping them till I do get buckled. Grand work the last job was. I gave the lady no time to squeal. How can they catch me now. I love my work and want to start again. You will soon hear of me with my funny little games. I saved some of the proper red stuff in a ginger beer bottle over the last job to write with but it went thick like glue and I cant use it. Red ink is fit enough I hope ha. ha. The next job I do I shall clip the ladys ears off and send to the police officers just for jolly wouldn't you. Keep this letter back till I do a bit more work, then give it out straight. My knife's so nice and sharp I want to get to work right away if I get a chance. Good Luck.” Yours truly Jack the Ripper Dont mind me giving the trade name PS Wasnt good enough to post this before I got all the red ink off my hands curse it No luck yet. They say I'm a doctor now. ha ha
  26. 26.  Whether or not the letter is a hoax, it is the first written reference which uses the name "Jack the Ripper" in reference to the Whitechapel murderer.
  27. 27.  I was not codding dear old Boss when I gave you the tip, you'll hear about Saucy Jacky's work tomorrow double event this time number one squealed a bit couldn't finish straight off. ha not the time to get ears for police. thanks for keeping last letter back till I got to work again.  Jack the Ripper
  28. 28. George Lusk receives a package including the "From Hell" letter and half a kidney, allegedly from the body of Catharine Eddowes.
  29. 29. “From hell. Mr Lusk, Sor I send you half the Kidne I took from one woman and prasarved it for you tother piece I fried and ate it was very nise. I may send you the bloody knif that took it out if you only wate a whil longer” signed Catch me when you can Mishter Lusk
  30. 30.  November 9th, 1888 - Mary Jane Kelly was approximately 25 years old at the time of her death which would place her birth around 1863. She was 5' 7" tall and stout. She had blonde hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion. "Said to have been possessed of considerable personal attractions."
  31. 31.  She was last seen wearing a linsey frock and a red shawl pulled around her shoulders. She was bare headed. Detective Constable Walter Dew claimed to know Kelly well by sight and says that she was attractive and paraded around, usually in the company of two or three friends. He says she always wore a spotlessly clean white apron.
  32. 32.  Warning: If you don’t have guts, please close your Eyes.
  33. 33.   These are often referred to as the 'canonical five' Ripper murders, although Martha Tabram, stabbed to death on 6 August 1888, is considered by some “ripperologists” to be the first victim. She was probably 39 years old at the time of the death and was killed in George yard buildings.
  34. 34.  Annie Farmer allegedly attacked by Jack the Ripper.
  35. 35.  Francis Tumblety flees to France, and then to America under the name 'Frank Townshend.'
  36. 36.  There has been much speculation as to the identity of the killer. It has been suggested that he or she was a doctor or butcher, based on the evidence of weapons and the mutilations that occurred, which showed a knowledge of human anatomy. Many theories have been put forward suggesting individuals who might be responsible. One theory links the murders with Queen Victoria's grandson, Prince Albert Victor, also known as the Duke of Clarence, although the evidence for this is insubstantial.
  37. 37.  A quarter of a mile from the scene of Catherine Eddowes' murder, the words: “The Juwes [sic] are not the men to be blamed for nothing” ,were found scrawled on a wall in chalk, and it was suggested this was written by the killer. A police officer ordered the words to be removed, fearing an anti-Semitic backlash in an area with a large Jewish population.
  38. 38.  Jack the Ripper was never caught and he is not thought to have killed again after November 1888.
  39. 39.   Despite of, there are some other cases associate to Jack the Ripper. Violence to prostitutes was not uncommon and there were many instances of women being brutalised, but the nature of these murders strongly suggests a single perpetrator.
  40. 40. The map of poverty
  41. 41.  December 20th, 1888 -- Rose Mylett was killed in Clarke's Yard.
  42. 42.   December 20th, 1888 -- Rose Mylett was killed in Clarke's Yard. July 17th, 1889 -- Alice McKenzie was killed in Castle Alley.
  43. 43.    December 20th, 1888 -- Rose Mylett was killed in Clarke's Yard. July 17th, 1889 -- Alice McKenzie was killed in Castle Alley. February 13, 1891 -- Frances Coles killed in Swallow Gardens....
  44. 44.  The writer Alan Moore wrote “From Hell”, book in which he defend the theory that Jack is William Gull, the Royal Family Doctor. This version turned into the movie by the same name
  45. 45.  William Gull was a doctor, so he knew the human anatomy, like the assassin supposed to know. And as a Royal family’s doctor he could use an official coach and could run away without being stopped.
  46. 46.  As the crimes finished without any pointed guilty, many people suspected the grandson of Queen Victoria was the guilty. He had fame to be vagrant and mentally ill. Some people told he used to frequent the Whitechapel brothels.
  47. 47.  The writer of “Alice in wonderland” is pointed as a suspect form some studious of his works. As clues, they use some anagrams and pieces of “Alice”. They also went back to Carol’s adolescence. He used to be a young man of promiscuous relationships with women.
  48. 48.  He had a barbershop at the neighborhood where the ripper acted. By the year he lived in New Jersey, USA, there were murders there similar to Jack ones. Fifteen years after he was condemned by poisoned his wives.
  49. 49.  There were some reports saying that his own family believed that the lawyer and professor from high society Druitt, was the identity of Jack. He was considered sexually insane and he had an office in Whitechapel. He committed suicide throwing himself on Thames River, as sooner the last victim was killed.
  50. 50.  As several surgeons in Whitechapel, Tumblety was arrested during the months of the deaths. The crimes stopped when he decided to move to the USA. After his death, were found some rings that could be from his victims
  51. 51.  According to American detective writer, Patricia Cornwel, one of the screens of this famous English painter describes the last death. Another evidence is a letter supposed to be assigned by Jack, it was written on a paper from the same brand used for the painter.
  52. 52.  According to Patricia Cornwell, This is jack The Ripper, but there’s no much concordances about it.
  53. 53.   According to the American former lawyer John Morris, Lizzie killed he victims in order to vengeance her impossibility to have children. By the way Lizzie or Elizabeth Williams was wife of one of the most famous suspects described here :Dr. William Gull, the Royal Family Doctor. As one of several evidences Morris state that she committed some crimes being supported by her husband.
  54. 54.  John Morris believes there’s a reason Mary Kelly was targeted – and why the killing spree ended with her death. Lizzie’s husband, Sir John, who ran abortion clinics in Whitechapel, was having an affair with her.
  55. 55.   Despite of all the evidences pointed by the “ripperologists”, they never arrived into an unquestionable guilty. Jack the Ripper’s identity is still one of the greatest mysteries of the 19 and 20th century.
  56. 56.         William Gull – The Royal family doctor Prince Albert – The nephew of the Queen Lewis Carol – The writer Severin klosovski – The barber Montague John Druitt – The lawyer Francis Tumblety – The surgeon Walter Richard Sickert – The painter Lizzie Williams – The Royal Doctor’s wife
  57. 57.    Jack is still unknown, maybe he will be forever unknown. But this is not reason for stopping looking for a suspect. Each single researcher has his own guilty. What about you? Who do you think He or She is? The investigations goes on.......
  58. 58.      BBC – journal Super Interessante – magazine Patricia Cornwell – personal page Jack the Ripper project - wiki page at: Movies: From Hell The ripper http://wiki.casebook.org/index.php/Mary_Jane_Kelly
  59. 59. By: André Stanley Personal Teacher

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