Do you believe the Ripper left England and continued his activities elsewhere? I think it was very likely that he fled the area and continued killing. Work out the formulation of the problem in a few chapters. In these chapters you have to tell the story of Jack the Ripper and addres the problem. I really do appreciate HelpMyEssay. I'm not a good writer and the service really gets me going in the right direction.
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It would be better to track down and quote the original testimony doctor report, inquest, press report if that's all we have or cite another reliable source instead of just wasting our time hypothesizing here. People might be interested in reading the latest deus ex-machina about date linking Executive summary, full dates will now appear unlinked - be prepared to a standardise pages, and b defend your local date preference.
I would suggest, that date links be removed any time you edit a section. There is however, a script that will eventually get here. I have restored correct information about what was the last Jack the Ripper film. Please no not restore factually incorrect information. OK, first off, I believe the appropriate course of action when someone reverts your edit is to take it to talk.
That being said how can you possibly think that trivia about trivia is supported here? To think we need to keep a record of when a fictional account of an ostensibly fictional character appears is beyond trivia. This is the very definition of fan cruft. Does this stuff need to be removed to a list of some sort? If any character could support a "List of fictional references" it's JTR.
The mention of him being portrayed in movies is one thing. Trivia about the movies he's portrayed in is quite another. While the Ripper has appeared in a great many films, the most recent is the film, From Hell , based on the graphic novel of the same name by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell and directed by the Hughes Brothers. The film posits Stephen Knight 's theory that the murders were part of a conspiracy to conceal the birth of an illegitimate royal baby fathered by Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence , offering Sir William Gull as the murderer.
In a subsidiary role, Jack's most recent movie appearance appears to be in Shanghai Knights in which Fann Wong's character "Chon Lin" kicks him off a bridge into a river. Therefore you have the moral highground. Makes sense Who cares what the truth is The film posits Stephen Knight's theory that the murders were part of a conspiracy to conceal the birth of an illegitimate royal baby fathered by Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence, offering Sir William Gull as the murderer.
When I read the "Modern Perspective" section, I was expecting to read about what modern criminal profiles etc thought of Jack, instead the section simply states that modern forensic techniques etc. This is similar to going to an article about a dinosaur and saying "they didn't live in houses, because houses hadn't been invented". Isn't the information in this section somewhat obvious?
I say it should either be removed, or rewrittin with actual analysis of Jack. I've just come to this article from "On this day" on the front page, and found another article called The Whitechapel Murders More importantly, the content of that article is an almost complete duplicate of parts of this one. It consists of these sections:. Nearly all the citations are from one book: Jack the Ripper: Scotland Yard Investigates , which is also a major source in this article, but one of several.
Basically the article is a synopsis of that book, presenting the Ripper murders as a police case. I concur, different article [Stanton70]. These complaints have been raised before on Talk:The Whitechapel Murders , and there was a merge or completely rework request in May. One proposal was to turn it into a timeline article, which might be justifiable. As I read it, those opposing the merge wanted to separate the historical facts of the crimes from the media hype and mythology of the Jack the Ripper character.
The debate then, as I read it, agreed that there was a lot of overlap between the two articles and that work was needed to make them more separate. I don't agree that the subjects are sufficiently distinct to make such a separation practical; but in any case, no such work has been done since the debate concluded. My contention is that as things stand the second article adds nothing. If you think it potentially could add something you have an obligation to bring it up to scratch perhaps in your User: space before presenting it in the article space.
A couple of things are getting forgotten here. The big one being - The is no Jack the Ripper. Not in the context of reality we are trying to use. The closest that we can come is saying that "most people believe between 3 and 6 of the murders were committed by one man". That's the best we've got.
We can't even say how many murders were committed by this guy, how can we argue for his existence? That being said there are articles on Frankenstein's monster and Count Dracula separate from Vlad Tepes so to make a character article about Jack the Ripper is well within our means. I even think making one based on the Vlad Tepes article or Count Dracula would be a good starting point. They both address the fictionalization of a real figure, which is, I believe, what we have here - the fictionalization of a real figure.
We just don't know who the real figure is. The article is about Jack AND the murders. It's the same topic. That's how we treat most serial killers in this encyclopedia, and that's how this one has to be treated as well. In the section on the Ripper in popular culture, it suggests From Hell is based on absurd and bizarre theories - surely that's bad form? They might well be absurd and bizarre, I don't know enough about the topic, but it's hardly encyclopaedic to say so with no references.
The film also features a truly dreadful Cockernee accent from the great Mr Depp, but that's by the by. Pitt the elder talk , 16 September UTC. Just wanted to leave a note to inform anyone who wasn't aware. In looking over the articles chosen, it was noted that this page has what seems to be a core group of editors who work on it. The Editorial Team for version 0. Couple of things, 1.
Dishevelled, babbling hoboes rummaging through trash cans Aaron Kosminski are no chance and 2. The detailed anatomical knowledge and skill with which the victims were cut.
Yes, a butcher might have this sort of info, but he will fail on 2. Many of the mutilations and victim positions are suggestive of the very specific acts detailed in various Masonic oaths. How would some immigrant sailor or butcher have knowledge of these rites and oaths? There is an amazing book that I can no longer remember the title of about Dr.
Tumbletee, who does satisfy these concerns. I read the book years ago, not sure if I still have it, but I will look. A real interesting character who apparently fit the Ripper profile. Regarding small business traders as Masons, yes that seems possible, I don't know how restricted by class was Masonic membership in England at that time.
But, how is the small business man to aquire the medical knowledge to cut these gals so precisely? Also the supposed "Surgical skill" of the wounds is a myth, as old as the murders themselves.
Hi James, Do you have a photo.. Mr Barnett was as you,know the recent ex of Mary Kelly, last of the excepted. I shall say no more, but ask you to explain your thinking.
You are very well versed on the Ripper case so I know you will be aware of the following information. I drew my conclusions based on lots of independent reading in which I felt the Ripper was either Barnett or Tumblety.
After an email exchange with Ian Griggs who would have to be one of the more learned individuals on the topic, I was convinced that Barnett was the man. I do believe Ian is a member of the forum and if he reads this, hopefully he will comment. Interesting discussion. BTW, the photo crack was a classic. Why do you feel Du Rose made this announcement, a get-out statement to try and resolve the investigation and quell the media attention on him or a genuine belief that Ireland was responsible?
RJ — Professional vanity, probably. But this case, the biggest investigation the Yard had ever undertaken, remained unsolved. He had predicted all along that he would catch the killer. Do you have a next project in mind and will it be another true crime book?
RJ — I am talking to a couple of former detectives about collaborating on projects, but I would like to research another old case, too. The Bodkin Adams case has always interested me, but I need to see if there is anything new to say about it. Audible Day Free Trial with free audiobooks. Excellent site. Plenty of useful info here. I am sending it to a few friends and also sharing in delicious.
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Home Book Reviews.Jan 12, · Frankie Hill Speaks! Retro Rippers update. So in my Frankie video, I mentioned that I reached out to him and didn’t get an answer before. A little bit after the video went out, he saw it and replied to me, asking if I had any other questions that he could clear up. How do you feel things would have changed if people had known the truth.