Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Today in Ripper History: October 7

On October 7, 1888 George Lusk wrote Scotland Yard suggesting that the Ripper's accomplice, if any, be pardoned in the case if he turned in his "employer".

1 comment:

  1. I just love Jack the Ripper speculation. I have to admit, I just started researching the Zodiac killer and that one had me fascinated. I think it's fun to look at that stuff as someone fresh who hasn't studied it. I see things that make me wonder... That guy (above) had a pretty interesting idea. Too bad it didn't work. I seriously doubt the guy worked with an accomplice.