In 1880, immigrants came to London, especially into Whitechapel. As a result, too many people were homeless and unemployed, so several women became prostitutes to support themselves and their families. Tension in the region also increased, especially racial tension, for this reason, aggression against women grew, which makes hard to find which victims were killed by Jack or by clients or gangs. The name ?Jack the ripper? comes from a letter from someone who claimed to be sent to the police at the time of the murders the killer. Its author knew details that only the killer could know. His identity has always remained unknown.
The number and names of the victims of the Ripper is the subject of debate, but generally, the experts agree that Jack the next five prostitutes in London's East End murdered:
Since that time, the identity of the killer or killers has been hotly debated, and over one hundred Jack the Ripper suspects have been proposed. Though many theories have been advanced, experts find none widely persuasive, and some can hardly be taken seriously at all. The most important ones are: Lewis Carroll Prince Albert Jill The Ripper Dr Thomas Neill Cream
In the Ripper Case there was also a female suspect that was called Jill the Ripper. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, author of Sherlock Holmes, suggested that perhaps the Ripper a woman could be. A woman could look more innocent, midwife and therefore have an excuse to wear bloodied clothes. This theory was revived in a book Jack the Ripper: A New Theory, in which he specifically Mary Pearcey mentioned in relation to the killings. Pearcey had, after all, a mother and her baby brutally murdered in 1890. However, the evidence is never really proved.
Nobody doesn?t know how many letters Jack the Ripper has written or sent to the police. Although it is possible that there is a letter from the real killer was never in, it is assumed that the ?From Hell? letter was written by himself. It is suspected that the letter was packed with half a human kidney, which they suspected the kidney was of Catherine Eddowes. Also Coming Two other letters, the Dear Boss letter and Saucy Jacky postcard are Both were probably not written by the killer himself.
The Ripper murders gave impetus to a major change in British society. Jack the Ripper was the first serial killer, but his actions aroused for the first time a worldwide sensation. The mythology that arose because the Ripper was never found. It is believed that the nickname of the killer, 'Jack The Ripper', a journalist was invented a story.