Saturday, January 12, 2013
Jack the Ripper 1 to 10
There's another new post from me at EHow too, this one on the many and varied theories for who Jack the Ripper might have been.
You can find the article here, and it begins like this:
"In 1888, he roamed the shadowy and foggy back-streets of Whitechapel, London by night, violently slaughtering prostitutes, and provoking terror throughout the capital. He was the world's most infamous serial-killer. He was, in case you haven't by now guessed, Jack the Ripper. But, what makes the Ripper so infamous more than a century after his terrible crimes were committed is that his identity still remains a mystery. And everyone loves a mystery. So, who might Jack have been? The theories are almost endless and include a surgeon, a doctor, a poet, and even a member of the British Royal Family!"